Lone Mesa Reservable Group Campsites

 Lone Mesa Group Site A Lone Mesa Group Site B

 Lone Mesa Group Site C Lone Mesa Group Sites D & E Lone Mesa Group Site E

There are five group campsites at Lone Mesa. Each reservable group site has a shade structure, fire grill, and picnic tables. A trash dumpster is located on-site, and there are three vault toilets. There is a bulletin board with a calendar showing who has reserved each site. There is no drinking water at the site. Water is available at Lion's Park pedestrian bridge, located just off of Highway 191 on Highway 128, 3 miles north of Moab. There is ample parking at each site for even the largest of vehicles. Group site A has a divided horse corral that can accommodate 4-6 horses.

Site Size:  Lone Mesa A, B and E: minimum 15 people & maximum 30 people
                  Lone Mesa C: minimum 15 people & maximum 40 people
                  Lone Mesa D: minimum 10 people & maximum 20 people

Group Campground Map

How to Get There:
The Lone Mesa Group Campsites are located approximately 17 miles northwest of Moab, Utah. Drive nine miles north of Moab on Highway 191 to the intersection with Highway 313. If you are coming from the north, the Highway 313 intersection is approximately 20 miles south of I-70. Turn west on Highway 313 and continue eight miles, then turn right on the Dubinky Road, a graded road (it has a stop sign), and go approximately 200 yards to the entrance of the Lone Mesa Campground. Turn right and proceed up a small hill to the site.

Fees: The fee for group camping is $4.00 per person per night, plus a $20.00 reservation fee. You must pay for the minimumn number listed for your site. There will be a $20.00 fee each time you change the place or date of your reservation, but any changes to the number of people in the group can be made without incurring this charge. All fees are nonrefundable.

Area Attractions: The Lone Mesa Group Campground is located on Highway 313, a Utah Scenic Byway. This highway is the access road to Dead Horse Point State Park and to the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park. Park visitor centers can provide information on attractions at each site. Highway 313 provides access to the Gemini Bridges Road and the Dubinky Well Road, which in turn provide access to a network of designated dirt routes for your exploration. These routes are not marked, so carry a map, and always stay on the designated routes. Preserve the scenery for everyone else to enjoy by not leaving tracks.

Campsite Regulations: Campground regulations apply to the group site as well. Please make sure that every member of your group is familiar with the camping regulations.

  • No amplified music is allowed in the campground at any time.
  • Quiet hours are 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
  • Generator hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. only
  • Wood collecting or cutting is prohibited
  • Campfires are only permitted in the provided grills or fire pits.
  • Dogs must be leashed at all times.
  • Check out time is Noon

For more information or for reservations, please call the Moab Field Office at (435) 259-2102.

Updated calendars of available dates

Lone Mesa Group Site A

Lone Mesa Group Site B

Lone Mesa Group Site C

Lone Mesa Group Site D

Lone Mesa Group Site E