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Moab Shower BugWhere to Get a Shower in Moab

Numerous businesses in Moab allow visitors to use their shower facilities. This list is kept as up-to-date as possible, but please check with the individual business for current prices.

 

Archview Campground & Resort
N. Hwy 191 @ Hwy 313
435-259-7854
$6.00

Canyonlands Campark
555 S. Main St.
435-259-6848
$6.00

Dowd Flats
2701 S Hwy 191
435-259-5909
$2.75 Use Fee - .25 for each 5 min

Lazy Lizard Hostel
1213 S. Hwy. 191
435-259-6057
$3.00

Moab Cyclery
391 S Main St
435-259-7423
$5.00

Moab Recreation and Aquatic Center
374 Park Ave
259-8226
$4.00

Moab Rim RV Campark
1900 S Hwy 191
435-259-5002
$5.00

OK RV Park
3310 Spanish Valley
435-259-1400
$5.00

Pack Creek Campark
1520 Murphy Lane
435-259-2982
$4.00

Poison Spider Bike Shop
497 N. Main St.
435-259-7882
$5.00 for 5 min.

Slickrock Campground
1301 N Hwy 191
435-259-7660
$4.00

Spanish Trail RV Park
2980 S Hwy 191
435-259-2411
$5.00

Up the Creek Campground
210 East 300 South
435-260-1888
$6.00

Note: Prices subject to change.

Moab Campgounds

Privately Owned Campgrounds & Cabins

Privately owned campgrounds generally have many conveniences such as showers, running water, RV hook-ups, flush toilets, and more. They also generally accept reservations. This list includes all privately owned campgrounds in the Moab area.
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Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Campgrounds

There is an abundance of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campgrounds on the public lands surrounding Moab. BLM campgrounds are located in extremely scenic locations, are very well maintained, and provide the perfect environment for family oriented camping. Many BLM campsites are suitable for RVs, although hook-ups are not available. Individual campsites are available on a first come - first serve basis, however some campgrounds have reservable group sites.
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National Park, State Park, & Forest Campgrounds

Campgrounds within the State Parks, National Parks & National Forests generally have less amenities than privately owned campgrounds (no showers, etc.), however they are often located within exceptionally scenic areas.
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