• Double O Arch


    National Park Utah


Devils Garden Campground
The Devils Garden Campground is a great home base for your exploration of Arches.

All 50 sites in Arches' campground are usually reserved in advance during the busy season (March - October). For a complete list of campgrounds outside Arches, visit www.discovermoab.com.

The Devils Garden Campground is located eighteen miles from the park entrance and is open year-round. Facilities include potable water, picnic tables, grills, as well as both pit-style and flush toilets. There are no showers or RV dump/fill stations. Some sites will accommodate RVs up to 30 feet in length. Bring your own wood or charcoal for the grills.

Phone and online reservations for both group and individual sites must be made through www.recreation.gov. Reservations are not accepted by the park, and the park does not maintain information about site availability. If you have not reserved a site prior to arrival at the park during the busy season, plan on utilizing other camping options in the Moab area.

Individual Sites

The campground has 50 individual sites which are $20 per night and will accommodate up to ten people. All these sites may be reserved for nights between March 1st and October 31st. Reservations must be made no less than four days and no more than 180 days in advance. To make a reservation, visit www.recreation.gov, or call (877) 444-6777, (877) 833-6777 (TDD), or (518) 885-3639.

During the winter months (November 1st to February 28th) sites 1 - 24 are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the campground.

Group Sites

The campground has two sites for groups of eleven or more people. The Juniper Basin campsite will accommodate up to 55 people; the Canyon Wren campsite up to 35. The group camping fee is $3 per person per night, with a $33 per night minimum. No recreational vehicles or trailers are permitted in the group sites.

The Canyon Wren group campsite may be reserved year-round. Juniper Basin is available from March 1st to October 31st. Reservations must be made no less than 4 days and no more than 360 days in advance. There is an additional $9 booking fee for reservations. To make a reservation, visit www.recreation.gov, or call (877) 444-6777, (877) 833-6777 (TDD), or (518) 885-3639.

Unreserved group campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of arrival.

Campground Rules

  1. Camp only in designated sites. Parking areas may not be used for overnight camping.
  2. Leashed pets are allowed in campsites and on the road only. Please clean up after your pet.
  3. Generator use is limited to: 8-10 a.m. and 4-8 p.m. The campground quiet hours are between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
  4. Check out time is 10 a.m.
  5. Please keep all vehicles, including bicycles, on paved or graveled areas of the campsite. Parked vehicles may not extend into the roadway.
  6. Fires are allowed only in the fire pits and grills. Firewood may be purchased from the camp host; burning collected wood is prohibited.
  7. Each site has a 10-person limit and is to be used by only one group. Asking campers to share their site is prohibited.
  8. Campsites may not be left unattended for more than 24 hours. No person may occupy the campground for more than 7 nights in any 30-day period or 14 nights per year.
  9. Skates, roller blades, scooters, skateboards and similar items are not allowed in the campsite or on roads or trails.
  10. Water is scarce. Please use sparingly and refill only water bottles and jugs.
  11. Group campsites must be reserved in advance and are for 11 or more people.
  12. Speed limit is 15 MPH in the campground and Devils Garden area.

Camping Outside Arches

There are a wide variety of campgrounds in the Moab area. For a complete list, visit discovermoab.com. We also offer a map showing all the public campgrounds near Moab:

Moab Campground Information Map & Guide
[775k PDF file]


Arches offers limited opportunities for backpacking. Permits are required and groups must camp at least one mile from any road. Read more...

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