Best Hikes and Cheapest RV Route in Utah
The Subway Hike
Cannonville Visitor Center
We needed to arrive in Cannonville and go to their Visitors Center, since permits are required for all overnight camping within Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The permits are free. We arrived and talked to the ranger and she asked when and where we were going to be camping. We thought we were going to be camping in one destination, however after we got our permit, we missed our turn and since we were pulling a tow vehicle, it is not easy to turn around, so we kept going forward. It actually worked to our benefit since the next BLM land we were going to check out was actually amazing and right near where we wanted to basecamp anyway.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Capitol Reef National Park
Our BLM campsite again was free and we only had one other RV within 100 yards of us. Driving through the town of Torrey, we saw an RV park that was 100% completely packed and it did not look like the experience we were looking for. We love wide open spaces and views to die for and our campsite did not disappoint.
Goblin Valley Hike
Arches National Park
Coyote Land Tours
Canyonlands National Park
The town of Moab is an adventurer’s dream. You can rent 4X4 Jeeps and other vehicles, mountain bike, go river rafting and so many other high octane sports. If we had more time, we would have done a lot more in Moab. It is on our list to go back.