Please be advised, that during heavy rain.
Experience the Southwest in a secluded & peaceful part of SE Utah. South of Moab, Canyon Lands & Arches National Park. North of Monument Valley. Watch amazing stars and sunsets above the crowds and heat of Moab below.
This area is dedicated to primitive camping, fire pits and firewood are available onsite. Showers and bathrooms are available in the main site area which is a five minute walk. Soon after you pass Indian Canyon the road gets bumpy for about 30 yards. Generally if you stay all the way to the west, towards the mountains it’s easiest. Or pick an easy route down the center of the road. High clearance recommended but skilled drivers can negotiate the route without much effort.
As you enter the gate to the property gate, camping is available on either side of the driveway, choose your spot. To get to the main site you can continue on the driveway for about five minutes walking and will come to the showers, outhouse, Wi-Fi, etc. This specific campsite though is for primitive camping only and has no services other than firewood, fire pits and a picnic table. If you were to continue on Brushey Terrace, you will end up on the national forest land. The road gets quite a bit worse after the gate to the property and is accessible by four-wheel-drive vehicles only.
The host house is nearby further down the driveway on the way to the main site if you need assistance please text or call.
Other things to note
You will likely be greeted by two friendly dogs, the black one is Bear, the brindle is River. River is still a puppy and tends to jump up on you though he is learning. Feel free to be firm if he jumps.
Indian Canyon Ranch is a Nest In Harmony promoted location, we value natural living and alternative living styles and featuring different living structures for off-grid lifestyles. With our guidance for the best experience for guests, owner of Indian Canyon Ranch, Joe, lived and worked in Yosemite & Grand Canyon National Park as project manager and not wanting the used materials to be wasted in the landfill, Joe captured the opportunity to create an off-grid retreat when he bought the first 10 acres of Indian Canyon Ranch which is now 20 acres total He took years to collect and build this off-grid retreat, piece by piece, up-cycling construction debris. Now Joe lives off-grid full-time and is sharing in the experience. Joe will be able to answer some of your questions or give you advice on the area and other natural wonders in the region including local Indian ruins, or a great place to swim, or go off-roading :)