This is a quiet, private family campground with a bathhouse that has flush toilets and token-operated showers. More effort is required to get here – you’ll need to drive south from Moab about 45 minutes and then head west another 45 or so. Not far from Moab, Utah and Arches National Park in Southeast Utah is Canyonlands National Park. Canyonlands Needles Outpost is a dry campground at the entrance of the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park in southeast Utah, just a mile and a half from the visitor’s center. It is the meeting place of the Colorado River and Green River. How to Get to Needles Canyonlands. Canyonlands Needles Outpost is a dry campground at the entrance of the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park in southeast Utah, just a mile and a half from the visitor’s center. What you find at the end is a hiker’s paradise – tons of trails that loop in and out of canyons and rock formations, including needles (go figure). The Needles Outpost combines the fun of rustic, primitive camping spots with a few modern conveniences. All sites are dirt pads. US Hwy 211 Monticello, UT 84535, Click here to Learn more about tent & rv camping sites, Click here to Learn more about group camping sites, Click here to email firstname.lastname@example.org, Click here to view location Needles Outpost & Campground Needles Outpost & Campground The Needles Outpost can accommodate both RVs and tents. Your guide expertly drives the switchback on White Rim Road to places where you can view steep canyon walls and the remains of ancient Pueblo civilizations. Map of Needles Canyonlands. Seven miles north along US 191 is the turn off for the shorter (21 mile) road to the Needles Overlook, which is a part of the Canyon Rims Recreation Area. We do not reserve specific sites, and they are all first-come, first-served. We only specify RV and tent sites so we know the sizes of RVs staying with us ahead of time. It is then 48 miles to the end of the road at Big Spring Canyon Overlook. It has a very beautiful and unique landscape and is broken into 3 sections: Island In The Sky, The Needles and The Maze. This Canyonlands National Park map is an essential tool to planning a vacation in this popular outdoor recreation destination in Utah. Download Canyonlands Map PDF. The Canyonlands Needles Map. Click here to find more printable maps. The Needles Outpost can accommodate both RVs and tents. Located just 15 miles south of the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands, the Needles Canyonlands area occupies the entire Southeast corner of Canyonlands National Park. This Needles Canyonlands map is a backpacking itinerary for a four-day loop around the Needles. US Hwy 211 Monticello, UT 84535, Located 1.5 miles from the Canyonlands National Park visitor’s center, General store where we sell firewood, ice, cold drinks, ice cream, camping supplies, camp food, snacks, and toiletries, All sites include a fire pit and a picnic table. Experience the rugged terrain of Canyonlands National Park with 4-wheel drive transportation on a half-day tour from Moab. Reserving a site guarantees you one. The Needles map shows my favorite Canyonlands district. We have Camping Rental Items (tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, cots, and coolers) available if you call ahead to reserve them. Visitors staying with us fall asleep the quiet desert and wake up to natural morning light shining on the Needles of the Canyonlands National Park. For an original map from NPS please click here. How to Obtain a Permit. GPS and cellphones often cut out while in the Needles. The road to the Needles district of Canyonlands National Park starts on US 191, 39 miles south of Moab and 14 miles north of Monticello. The Needles Outpost combines the fun of rustic, primitive camping spots with a few modern conveniences. For our trip, we got the National Geographic Canyonlands National Park Map Pack. We also made a stop to the visitor center the day before to get additional maps and to see if there were any road or trail closures.