We spent 4 days camping at the Arches National Park Campground April 18 - 21, 2013. You need to make reservations at http://www.recreation.gov website up to 6 months in advance. Book early as sites get taken, especially weekends in March, April, May, Sept, and Oct. (Too hot in the summer!) Here is a good shot of the lower end of the campground sites 50 - 25(?) We got site # 4, at the entrance, which was better suited for tents, but it's all that was available so we snagged it. You can see it is a pull over site, right on the main road. There is not much traffic but vehicles are passing 2 feet by your camper. There was a nice picnic table and fire ring down off the road and protected from view and other sites. All sites are private, many are back in and some are real pull outs. (IMO sites 12 and 19, both pullouts, offered nice views and privacy.) We were across the street from the bathroom which had running cold water, flush toilets and was very clean. There were campground hosts that buzzed around on a golf cart and were very nice and accommodating. We did some great hikes and saw lots of Arches. Delicate Arch taken from the lower viewpoint. We could not find a place to park when we had the camper in tow because it's very crowded here. See the upper left arch, amazing! We did the 7 mile "Primitive Trail" hike that was less traveled and amazing canyon hiking to see Landscape Arch as well as 4 more! Took us about 5 hours to do this entire loop hitting all side hikes to see all the arches. Pack a lunch and water! The area with the Windows and Double Arch was amazing, a sight to behold! The campground has 50 individual sites which are $20 per night and will accommodate up to ten people. All these sites may be reserved for nights between March 1st and October 31st. There is no electricity or water hookups. Our solar panel got lots of sun here and kept us charged. Water is available and can fill a jug each day. Each night there were campfire talks led by a ranger and were very interesting. This was a great experience to see the amazing landscape. However, don't expect to "get away" here as the campground is normally full and hiking trails / view points have lots of folks. A great trip and got lots of great photos. We had good weather, highs in the 60's and even had rain one morning which was incredible to see the waterfall run offs.