Camping - Moab, UT

Campground Panorama

Rather than my usual portrait of the RV parked somewhere, I thought I would compose a panoramic image which shows our RV on the left and pans right to the next big rig parked along our row in the campground where we are tonight. The sites are terraced up a hillside along US 191 near Moab, Utah and this panorama shows the view from our site looking east.

This is a very popular campground and is nearly filled to capacity with visitors from far and wide. The view above shows most sites occupied and as I write this, more rigs can be heard arriving.

We saw some wonderful scenery today as we crossed Utah mostly along Interstate 70. We had some gusty winds in the mountainous areas, but nothing we couldn’t handle.

Tomorrow, we’re going to pop into Arches NP just up the road and then head south, eventually arriving at another campground near Monument Valley. We anticipate more breathtaking scenery as we head south into the Diné (Navajo) Tribal Reservation.

Click on the image to activate the image viewer and scroll to the right for the full panorama.

Damsel took this image of the RV parked in the Sand Bench Rest Area on I-70 with a spectacular vista of the red rock formations in the background. Click on the image to enlarge.

Parked at I-70 Rest Area

2 Comments

  1. drjim said,

    May 8, 2017 @ 15:54:27

    I’ve driven through that part of Utah several times, and it’s gorgeous.

    Wouldn’t want to live there, but it sure is pretty to drive through.

  2. CapnBob said,

    May 8, 2017 @ 20:22:57

    We went from Moab to Monument Valley today and yes, it is all gorgeous.

    I’m with you as far as living up here. We see a lot of snowbird Utah license plates in our town during the wintertime, so a lot of the state must get pretty cold.

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