Quite a bit north of Moab. Great view of Arches NP. Close to many of the Jeep Safari trails. That will not help because they all start in town--8 miles away.
The only RV/campground right in Moab. I've never stayed there.
I stayed at Horse Thief CG last year. Beautiful view of the desert. Really beautiful. However, I got tired of the 30 mile trip into town. Dry camp--no water available.
I haven't stayed here. Generally, KOAs are not well thought of amongs the RV crowd.
I haven't stayed here but I would consider it.
I like the looks of this one as I've driven by. No luck for me this time because they're sold out of RV sites; however, they may have tents or cabins available. This one's on the North side of town.
This is where I'm going to be staying. It's just behind the Spanish Trail Arena which is the epicenter of the Jeep Safari. Simple park. Gets good reviews for cleanliness and hospitality.
Widely considered to be the class of Moab for RV's. I went by last time I was there. It's very nice. Sold out for RVs at this time; however, tent sites may be available. Subdivided into two parts--the best amenities are only available to those staying in the "owners" part of the park. The owner has a 4wheeling interest and I think there'll be alot of like-minded people there.
Newer park on the extreme north end of town. Very close to the entrance of Arches NP. Haven't stayed there before but it looks good as I've driven past.
This one seems a little sketchy to me but it'll probably be one of the last to fill.
I've stayed at the SlickRock CG many times because some friends of mine prefer it. I'd rate it as just OK. They tend to sell too many spots on holiday weekends and frankly the place is somewhat rundown. On the other hand, it has trees. A great rarity in Moab and very desirable later in the year.
I don't think this place has tent sites. RVers have thought it was somewhat inhospitable. I'd still consider staying there--most of the complaints seem to be from pet owners and I don't have pets.
There are a few other campgrounds around that don't ever seem to get mentioned or recognized in the reviews or web sites. The only advice I could offer for these is keep your eyes open and/or drive around town. In the past, there has been "dispersed camping" in Kane Creek Canyon. I've heard some rumblings that this was really getting cut back.
If you happen to be in a truck camper or otherwise self-contained, there are a lot of dispersed camping possibilities. These occur on BLM land. Some are very near Jeep Safari trailheads. For these, keep your eyes open as you drive from Green River to Moab. There are quite a few places just off the highway.
Good luck. Don't worry too much--you can always find someplace to camp. It may be dusty and have no water or toilets...