We departed Archview RV Park on day 223 of the Nowhere To Be Project. It was our first visit to the park and we enjoyed it! We spent the night in a tipi on our last visit to Moab at Moab Under Canvas which is adjacent to Archview. Both parks live within the shadows of stunning Arches National Park and about thirty miles from Dead Horse Point and Canyonlands. The tipi at Moab Under Canvas was super fun (and rustic) and ran about $80 a night. Now that we have the RV though we decided to utilize it fully with the hookups at Archview (for just over $50 a night).

The spots at Archview are dusty and very tight, but functional. The park is not shaded with trees which was perfect for our satellite television service. The bathhouses were clean and private (including bath and shower gel). The overnight RV rate includes electric, water, sewer, cable and very, very limited wifi. There are cabins for rent onsite as well as the option for tent camping. Archview has its own general store and gas station. It abuts a trailhead that many use for biking and ATVing and a highway that gets frequent big rig traffic (kind of noisy at night). The best feature of Archview RV Park is its proximity to Arches National Park…just a few short miles down the road.

The schoolhouse at Archview was built for a movie that was filmed here. There are signs beside it that read “biohazard”, so that didn’t give me the best feeling in the world, haha.