There will be many, many, kids. We've been bringing ours since they were in the womb. They are now 3 and 4. The camp sites are small but you'll never really in it except to sleep. Lots of wandering around and hanging out in the street/tech/middle grassy areas. We pretty much take over the entire camp ground. There is a pool and swingset. Bring bikes for sure. Kids will be tearing it up and jumping over the tree roots. It's also nice for the wife to be able to bike into town. We bring tonka trucks, remote control cars are popular too. If you are unfamilar with the Moab area, there are suitable hikes/walks nearby, Negro Bill Canyon, Moonbeam canyon. Arches NP is 10min drive from the campground also. The friday dinner is great for kids, arrive early to hang out in your cowboy boots and hat and practice your lasso skills. The raffle runs long for the kids. The days on trail tend to be on the long side so bring food,drinks and warm clothes. Great oportunity to show off your 12v fridge and manifold cooking skills. Top kid friendly run is Elephant hill. Your sig line indicates you own 2 fj40's. One for you('73) One for the wife('75). problem solved.
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