Great view, convenient to town, almost always open sites
Good place to camp blm site pit toilet no amenities . Dry camping about 7 miles from Moab
Moab busy unbeknownst to us and all campgrounds full. Little lake with big open primitive sites. Lovey waterfall one mile from campground.
We arrived at midnight, so saw very little of the environment. We wanted to get away from the pricey campgrounds in Moab, so thought this was a good alternative. Which it was! However, Ken's Lake campground is also quite pricey, considering it's just dry-camping. But in the morning sun we woke up to a beautiful view of the mountains and lake! So I guess you pay for the view. State owned campground, you pay by putting cash or a check in an envelope and putting it in a box, and then tearing off a note and placing it in your vehicle window as proof. Very calm, not many campers were here. Wide spaces, nice surroundings. There aren't a lot of trees tho, so it gets very hot in the morning sun. We had to get away before it got unbearable. Kind regards, Swedish Roadtrippers