Open Year-round
No
Reservations possible?
Yes
RV Hookups
No
Potable water
Yes
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Needles Outpost & Campground is located just a stone’s throw from the boundary of Canyonlands National Park’s Needles District. In addition to the campsites there is a general store here that sells gasoline, ice, cold drinks, ice cream, camping supplies, camp food, snacks, and toiletries.

Needles Outpost offers a decent selection of tent and RV sites. All sites are dirt pads, and accessed by a dirt road that can be a little rough in areas. You’ll find a picnic table and fire ring at each site. No hookups are available. The campground does have a bathhouse with flush toilets and token-operated showers. All sites have rustic feel and offer vast views of the surrounding canyon country.

Needles outpost also offers group sites and teepee sites. Reservations are possible for all sites, and are especially important if looking to secure a teepee as these can be quite popular.

Note that the Needles Outpost Campground is open seasonally, March 1st – November 30th.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Spring
Fall

Congestion

Frequently full

Parking Pass

Not Required

Open from

March 01 to November 30

Price per night (basic site)

22.00 $ (18.47 €)

Pros

Great desert views. General store. Teepees available.

Cons

No hookups.

Pets allowed

Allowed with Restrictions

Managed by

Needles Outpost & Campground

Reservation phone number

1 (435) 459-0777

Features

Firewood for sale
Big vistas
Wildlife
Family friendly
Flushing toilets
General store
Picnic tables
Bird watching
Potable water
Showers

Access

Vehicle

Total number of sites

26

Lodging type

Yurt

Maximum trailer length

40.00 ft (12.19 m)

Location

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