Moab Travel Guide


Moab is the gateway to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Full of restaurants, hotels and campsites, Moab combines small-town friendliness with incredible natural surroundings.

Where to Go in Moab


3 Dogs & a Moose Cottages

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171 & 173 W. Center St

Charm, style, and comfort in the heart of Moab. Pets allowed

Holiday River Expeditions

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544 East 3900 South

River rafting, mountain biking tours, exemplary service

The Peace Tree Juice Café

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20 S. Main

Organic, healthy, yummy breakfast foods

Moab Brewery

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686 South Main Street

Moab's Only Microbrewery

Moab Blog Posts


Moab Day Trip: La Sal Mountain Loop Road
The La Sal Mountains are a gorgeous protuberance rising upward due east of Moab. Shockingly white during the winter months, which makes for a pretty picture against that blue, blue southern Utah sky, the colorful wildflowers and green leaves of spring and summer decorate a fantastic drive that makes... Read more

Sego Canyon Ghost Town: Fun Day Trip from Moab
About 30 minutes north of outdoor adventure town Moab, you'll find the old ghost town known as Sego Canyon. This spooky (okay, it's not really) place boasts forgotten old mine structures, ancient rock panels, and just fun explore-y type things that can fill a nice little chunk of your time in one day. ¬†photo... Read more

From Moab to Goblin Valley
Goblin Valley is a great name, isn't it? Along with being a Utah state park, Goblin Valley is also an interesting day trip from Moab. About 100 miles west of Moab, Goblin Valley is easily accessed right off the highway. Crazy hoodoo rock formations that look like goblins, a visitor center, overnight... Read more

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