Where can I fill water jugs (for camping) in/around Moab Utah?
Need a specific place, not a general idea.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Free - Matrimony Springs - Located on the river road (Hwy 128) that is located right off US 191 at the bridge on the northern end of Moab right at the Colorado River. It is a natural spring with water that comes right out of the Mesa. Here is the mapquest link for the location of the spring. It is just east of HWY 191 (the main street into Moab) on hwy 128 (The colorado river road). Their is a pull off on the right side with a large cliff and a metal pipe coming out. This is where you fill up your water. There will probably be other people here doing the same.
Free - Gearheads - Located just south of the City Market on the main street in Moab (Hwy 191) is Gearheads. This is a great outdoor / riding / climbing / camping shop. They usually have this humongous Mountain Hardwear dome tent set up outside the shop. They provide free filtered water and are friendly and knowleagable. This place is highly recommended.
Address: 471 S Main St # 1, Moab Ut. (435) 259-4327Source(s): Personal experience from frequent Moab visits and gomoab.com.
- WaynerLv 71 decade ago
1. If your camping at a developed campground (Dead Horse Point, Canyonlands, Arches), try the faucet near the bathrooms.
2. The Federal lands recreation office on the main drag of Moab has a outside faucet for filling up water jugs.
3. Fill them at home before you leave.
4. NPS visitor centers at Canyonlands and Arches.
5. Filter your water from the Colorado River.
6. Buy water from the grocery store (City Market?).Source(s): Been there, done that.
- 1 decade ago
Just about any business, gas station, restraunt will allow you to fill up water containers. there are water faucets at every ranger station and welcome center when going into one of the national parks. once you're in the backcountry, the green river and colorado will work.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Sorry, I don't know of any, but why not just fill them from home?