Kane Creek Road is an important connector and camping road when visiting Moab. Look for the Mcdonald's in town, and turn west. The first 4.5 miles is rough pavement. The road then turns to dirt, which is where our track starts. The trail descends into the Hunter Canyon area before the road opens into a more expansive canyon with panoramic views. The road usually is suitable for any vehicle. However, the road is known to flood during wet weather in the last half mile where Kane Springs Creek, causing issues for 2WD vehicles.
Kane Creek Road connects to Moab Rim, Pritchett Canyon, Cliff Hanger, Kane Creek Canyon, and Hurrah Pass. The road is also home to the Ledge Campgrounds, with over 105 sites scattered over five areas labeled A - E. The first-come, first-served campsites have picnic tables and vault toilets.
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