Popular Cabins in Moab
Cabins in Moab
Moab is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. It’s also a fantastic destination for families and couples, offering something for every type of traveler. The town features an endless array of outdoor activities, two National Parks, the Colorado River, an idyllic desert climate, countless natural arch formations, and several hiking trails. Grab your loved ones and spend some days away from the busyness of daily life in a cabin surrounded by red rocks and the quiet sounds of nature.Finding your perfect Moab cabin
There’s no better way to fully embrace the natural desert surroundings of Moab than with a stay in a cabin. If you’re traveling with your family or in a large group, opt for a spacious cabin with enough rooms to sleep everyone. Couples can opt for a cozy, rustic cabin complete with a romantic fireplace to stay warm during the desert nights. During the hot summer months, you can opt for a cabin with its own private pool to cool off from the desert heat. Although you’ll be immersed in nature during your stay in a Moab cabin, you won’t be without all the modern conveniences you’re used to back at home. All cabins are equipped with Wi-Fi, electricity, and modern appliances.
Travelers and activities
Moab is full of family-friendly activities. Head to Newspaper Rock to see a densely packed wall of ancient petroglyphs. The petroglyphs depict a series of Native American symbols, shapes, and animals. Head over to Moab Zipline Adventure for an unforgettable zip line experience the whole family will enjoy. Zip around in a series of 6 different zip lines that skim over cliffs, sandstone terrain, and red rock formations.Moab for hiking enthusiasts
Most people only gravitate towards the most well-known hiking trails in Moab, but hiking enthusiasts can head off the beaten path with these lesser known trails. Fisher Towers is a moderate 4-mile hike that weaves through some of the most impressive red-rock landscapes in Moab. If you’re keen to do a longer, more advanced hike, head to the Canyonlands Needles District. This district features stunning arches and natural sights, as well as a range of marked trails of varying difficulties. Corona Arch is another lesser known trail which offers a moderate hike in both length and difficulty. The trail leads to a stunning natural arch which is well worth the hike.
Did you know that airplanes are forbidden from flying over Moab’s Arches National Park because the vibrations from the planes could potentially break down the delicate arches?
Top 7 travel tips in Moab
Moab’s number one natural attraction simply cannot be missed. Set in the spectacular Arches National Park, the free-standing Delicate Arch is a true natural wonder. The hike is mild to moderate in difficulty, and the distance to the arch is three miles round-trip. It's best to avoid doing the hike during midday because the path isn’t shaded. Plus, hiking to the arch in the morning or late afternoon offers the best lighting for taking photos.2. Kayak down the Colorado River
Spend an afternoon kayaking down the Colorado River through stunning red rock canyons and towering cliff walls. The river can be accessed at several different points around Moab, but the best access point for kayaking is at the north end of the town, where the river flows peacefully.3. Visit Dead Horse Point State Park
The remarkable natural landscape at Dead Horse Point State Park is not to be missed. A spiral-like maze of canyons and red rock formations carved by ice, wind, and water create an array of stunning views. Come in the early morning to witness stellar views of the sun rising over the towering rocks.4. Discover Canyonlands
Many visitors claim that the views of the canyons at Canyonlands are comparable to the Grand Canyons. Make sure not to miss “The Island in the Sky” section of the park, where the best views can be found. Mesa Arch Trail is a short hike in Canyonlands that leads to Mesa Arch, one of the most famous natural arches in all of Utah.5. Balanced Rock Trail
This wonder of nature is an absolute must-see while visiting Arches National Park. The trail is simple and moderate enough for beginner and intermediate hikers, making it perfect for a family outing or group hike. Get your cameras ready to snap some photos of the Balanced Rock formation, which is a true spectacle and makes the hike well worth the effort. Time your hike to reach the rock formation around sunset for the best views and photos.6. Grab some food at the Food Truck Park
This fun concept of a park features a wide variety of food trucks and mobile eateries. You can choose from several delicious cuisine options, including food trucks that offer Chinese food, tacos, shave ice, hot dogs, donuts, pizza, seafood, breakfast foods, coffee, and more! This park is a must-try for large groups who have trouble settling on one place to please everyone's food preferences. There’s often live music and entertainment shows!7. Dinner with a view at Sunset Grill
This elegant restaurant is the oldest operating restaurant in Moab and also offers the best views in town. Admire the spectacular surrounding desert landscape as you dine over mouth-watering dishes, local beers, and wines.