An RV and tent camping resort, Slickrock is situated on 10 acres and includes full hook-up pull- thru sites, air conditioned cabins, sheltered tent sites, a heated pool, three hot tubs, and three shower houses.
Its not the Ritz- or the Hilton- but for a camp ground it awesome! i stayed in my fifth-wheel with full hook ups and haven't had one issue-! my trailer's shower isn't great so i have to use the one provided by the park- and the restrooms are clean, except when the occasional guest leaves their soap...
GREAT SITES, GREAT SERVICE, GREAT PRICE- WILL BE BACK
The staff courteous and Campsites clean, Very nice horse shoe pit that provided a nice down time activity in between hiking and rafting. Pool was clean and warm, even tho the weather was too good, slipping into the hot tub after floating the daily was a nice treat. Overall I would recommend Slickrock Campground to all my friends, because it's not very often that you get both affordable rates and personable customer service. I'll defiantly be coming back soon! :)
Sure the facilities are sub-par and dirty, but it's really the "staff" that drives this horrible experience over the top. And driving is what you should just keep going. The "family" run business means that your point of contact is going to be a snotty teen girl who doesn't care whether you had a bad night or not. In our case, it was she who actually was violating their own late-night noise rules. While she admitted it, she certainly didn't care. She quickly became defensive and argumentative, indicating that she was partying the night before. A strange excuse to be sure. We wanted to leave after a horrible night but instead of apologizing, she simply quoted their cancellation policy. Ironic that one policy is enforced but others not. Others had the same complaint but just chose to leave. So the place stinks and if you're reading the other reviews, at least consider that these are planted by the "management." There are plenty of other places to stay in Moab.
We have stayed here on and off for about ten years. In the past it has been well-managed and clean. This trip it seems to be under new (and indiferent) ownership. We stayed in a cabin (swamp cooler, not AC) with minimal furniture. There was a small table against the wall (nite stand) and nothing else. Our luggage ended up on the floor in a heap. It would have been nice to have a fridge to keep our lunches in, and freeze our water bottles, but that was not included.
The bathroom was not cleaned in the four days we were there -April 15 - 18, during the openning week of Easter Jeep Safari. We did not try the pool or hot tub, because, given the poor condition of the bathrooms, we chose hot to chance it. We won't stay here again because of the poor condition of the facility and the indiference of the management to maintenance and cleanliness.
The restaurant next door to the Slickrock Campground used to be a good place for dinner. They've gone way upscale and were charging $32 for a T-bone steak. That's what I expect to pay at a name steakhouse in Chicago (Sullivan's), not some podunk in Moab!.
I've stayed at the KOA in Moab and it was OK, and my friends who rented a cabin enjoyed the fridge and nominal kithchen. Breakfast at Denny's or the Moab Diner is a reasonable deal and they don't gouge you during Jeep Safari Week.
so many other parks were down for season but the weather was great. Soooo we pulled in and there's was closed sign on the door...but we saw someone working on their pool his name was marc and he spent a good amount of time telling us about the park and facility and being our first time in Moab what a help! The RV sites were great for what we paid and the hospitality you cant buy! Getting the help new RV'ers need was wonderful. Thanks again well be back!! So close to archs!
The campground is rustic, and spacious just what we expected for a camping trip. The staff was extremely helpful and courteous. It was quiet at night and my boys loved roasting marshmallows over the fire rings which were not allow in the other campgrounds. The staff was buzzing all the time cleaning, mowing, helping other RVers. And always had time to stop and direct us to the best places to eat,hike, and bike. I would definitely go back here again in the future. And as my wife has directed me ,The maintenance man was extremely knowledgeable, and went out of his way to repair our trailer hitch on a Sunday when nothing was opened. Thank you young man.
there was nothing to like a bout slick rock ...glad we stayed just one night.
bathrooms were just plain dirty..nasty...wouldn't even take my doggie in.if you like camping in dirt...then this is the place to go. we left there and went to a CLEAN camp ground down the road...Moab Campground.
I was pretty excited to visit this campground but blizzard conditions prevented us from making the trip. I called 48 hours prior to our intended arrival and cancelled however, they still charged the $44 deposit because we didn't give 72 hours notice. I inquired why an the manager said they would go broke if they did that all of the time. They made $44 from me now but will lose hundreds of dollars in the Spring when we plan to go to Moab and take our crew to a different facility.
Dissappointed from Denver
We arrived at the campground and the staff was very friendly upon check-in. We stayed one night in a Cabin that was supposed to be AIR CONDITIONED and was not. The Cabins at this campground have SWAMP COOLERS not AIR CONDITIONING. We had reserved two nights over the internet.
We visited Arches National Park and returned to our cabin after lunch and I noticed an off smell coming from the swamp cooler. I walked around the back of the cabin to investigate and discovered that the swamp cooler was filthy and disgusting. It looked to be growing mold on the pads. If someone is not familiar with a swamp cooler, they use water over pads to cool. Therefore they must be kept fairly clean since things like mold can grow in water that is stagnant and not flushed out. We immediately packed our things from the cabin and spoke with the employees.
The employees appeared offended that we thought the cabins were filthy. The floor inside was disgusting and the swamp cooler stunk and may have even had mold on it. I did not want to breath the air coming out of the cooler. I was refunded the night that I didn't stay, but was not given anything back for the night that I slept in the disgusting cabin.
On a side note: My wife had to take a cold shower the morning of our stay b/c their hot water heater in the showers can't keep up with demand. The bathrooms were also dilapadated and filthy like the rest of the campground. This campground is too tightly packed and needs a MAJOR makeover. My advice is not to stay here.
The Price was cheap, but the cabin left a lot to be desired. Lots of bugs outside and some got in. The bathrooms and showers were fine. The WiFi only worked near the office. Too bad, because the location is great.
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