Granstaff Campground, UT
Bureau of Land Management
In the fall of 2008, the BLM and its partners worked together to remove non-native tamarisk and Russian olive trees. Once the non-native vegetation was removed, the BLM redesigned, re-contoured and reconstructed the campsites. You will now find native cottonwood and willow trees throughout the campground and improved views of the Colorado River. These hearty and native trees are being irrigated to encourage growth and development. Please do not disturb the new vegetation or any black irrigation tubing. If you have any questions please contact the Moab BLM office. Granstaff Campground is located 3 miles from the junction of Highway 128 and Highway 191. It is just upstream of Negro Bill Canyon and is very close to where the Porcupine Rim Trail, a popular route for mountain biking, joins Highway 128. The campsites are designed for tent camping only. This is one of our most popular campgrounds and campsites are available on a first-come, first served basis.
Granstaff is $15 per campsite per night and has 17 designated campsites. There is no water available; however the campground is only 5 miles from Moab where numerous sources are available. Recycling and trash dumpsters are available.
Fee: $15.00 per vehicle
Number of campsites: 17
For a photo and a brief description please visit: http://www.blm.gov/ut/st/en/fo/moab/recreation/campgrounds/highway_128/Hal_Canyon.html
Address:Moab Field Office
82 East Dogwood
Phone: (435) 259-2100
Directions:From the center of Moab (at Center and Main) head north to Utah Highway 128 just south of the Colorado River. Turn right (east) on Hwy 128 and drive 3 miles. You will see The Granstaff Campground on the left.