Devil’s Garden Campground

Arches National Park, Arches National Park, 84532, UT

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Located 18 miles into Arches National Park, the Devil’s Garden Campground is a year-round campsite that offers 50 individual sites and two group sites. The individual sites are $20 per night and can accommodate up to 10 people. The group sites are for groups between 11 and 55 people and cost $3 per person, per night.

All sites have potable water, picnic tables, grills, and both pit-style and flush toilets. There are no showers or RV dump/fill stations. Guests must bring their own wood or charcoal for the grills.

The speed limit is 15 mph through the campground and all vehicles must be kept on paved or gravel areas of the campsite. Pets are permitted, but must be kept on a leash the entire time. Reservations are required and must be made through

Our Editor Loves

  • Located in Arches National Park
  • Year-round campground
  • Pet-friendly

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural


One Our Most Favorite Campgrounds

by rustoleum2k

During our 2-week trip to the southwest, this was perhaps our most favorite campground, or at the very least one of our favorites. Set among amazing rock formations, this campground has no bad sites to pitch a tent or park an SUV - This is because all sites are along a single road so there is never anyone behind you to obstruct the amazing views. You are also near Skyline Arch as well as several popular trails/hikes. Every evening there are ranger programs at an amphitheater located in the campground, on different topics (the evening we were there the topic was "wilderness"). With limited light pollution and clear air, this is a great place to watch the night-sky. They also sell firewood but it is rather expensive so best to buy it in Moab if possible.

Stars shine brightly

by Lynn S

Beautiful night sky. Not like any city sky millions or billions of stars. Children and adults all have fun in what we came to call our camp site's back yard. When you add the trails and arches it has become our favorite vacation spot.