Make Moab your base camp for adventure!
Moab, Utah is home to two National Parks and has become one the most popular destinations for travel enthusiasts! Moab is your base camp to Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, the Colorado River, amazing red rock landscapes with a great selection of lodging, restaurants, tours and campgrounds.
Moab, Utah’s Location is perfectly in the middle!
Not only are you surrounded by beautiful red rock landscapes, but Moab, Utah is surrounded by thousands of miles worth canyons, mesas, and mountains all beckoning you to explore. You can choose your comfort level of exploration based on how remote you’d like to get. Staying in downtown Moab, Utah offers restaurants, shops, galleries that you can stroll through on a hot afternoon. Leave Moab, and you’ll begin to see the landscape change and envelope you as your travel. Arches National Park is just minutes from downtown Moab, Utah. Arches National Park offers more than 2,000 sandstone arches in its boundaries and amazing landscapes. You can sight see by car or hike one of the many trails available inside the park. Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park are an hour drive North of Moab. The most visited section of Canyonlands National Park is the Island in the Sky, where panoramas offer you a look at thousands of square miles of canyons, and mesas. Looking down into the canyons is a geological wonder! Dead Horse Point State Park is Moab’s version of the Grand Canyon (hint: in fact it’s filmed as such in many movies and commercials)! The Colorado River winds 2,000 feet below with a spectacular view of the river, the etched canyons and the La Sal Mountains. With so much to see and do, make Moab, Utah your base camp for adventure!
For more Moab information, click the information below or visit Moab’s Travel Council website Discover Moab.