Willow Springs Trail BLM Camping

Willow Springs Trail BLM Camping

Free Camping - How Can You Say No

Welcome to the Moab, Utah area and good job on picking an amazing area. If your here then you’re looking for a good place to camp. If your like us, then your trying to find a site at the last-minute, or maybe your nothing like us and don’t procrastinate. Either way, you want a good dispersed camp site away from people, then this is the one for you.

Willow Springs Trail  is state-owned land that is located about 12 miles north of the town of Moab, Utah. Look for mile marker 138, which will be marked on both sides of HWY 191. The trail has some great views of the La Sal Mountains and Arches National Park.

What To Expect

This area is great for boondocking  RV’s and tents. As you drive along the dirt road you will see sites with fire rings already made and some port-a-potties spread out throughout the road.

The farther back you go on the road, the more quiet it will be from Hwy 191. Like with some other camp sites in this area, you will at some point have some wind, dust, and some hard ground to get those spikes in. When we camped we had a little wind, but by positioning our truck right helped to decrease any flow through our camp.

At Willow Springs Trail you will find a collection of people who are in the area to camp, bike ride, or use their 4-wheelers/dirt bikes. We have camped at many sites like this and for us, we didn’t hear anyone really moving around until later in the morning. It was amazing!

If your going to use a tent, then make sure to grab rocks to anchor your tent down and some fire wood logs that don’t release any embers. Also, it is dispersed camping so take in what you take out. Please don’t leave your trash for others to clean up.

Willow Springs Trail Info

GPS Location: 38.6967, -109.6751

Fee: $0

Elevation: 4,341 feet

Camping: Tent & RV

Cell Phone Coverage: Yes but will fade the farther back you go

Camping App/Website: Campendium

Have you camped at this site before? Did you enjoy yourself and would you recommend it to others? Have any other campsites or places we should see, let us know in the comments section. Thanks for taking a look at our site and don’t forget to subscribe for future articles and tips. 

The information on this website has come from research and by experiencing it ourselves.  Opening hours, trail closures, prices, etc. are always subject to change. We try to keep up to date on any new information, or tips to help make your adventure more enjoyable. 

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My name is Shannon Curtis and I grew up in Southern California with the beach on one side and mountains on the other. My education background includes a B.S. In Biology with emphasis on conservation. I have been fortunate enough to have had the ability to work with rescued marine animals with the Los Angeles Conservation Core as well as participate in the research with CSULA. With my wife, Cam, we travel the world as much as we can and with it try to share the knowledge that we learn. Our love for spur of the moment trips started with 36 hours in Hawaii and have continued since. Along with my travel blogs, we share as many photographs on Instagram and info on YouTube. If you ever see us in the world, come say hi!

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