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Moab is your gateway into the astounding, world-famous nature parks of Arches and Canyonlands National Park. This mind-blowing destination is on many adventurers’ bucket lists for its postcard worthy, natural red rock arches, Native American rock art and even dinosaur footprints. You might recognize it from an old desktop background picture you’ve seen. The scenery is just that good. Wherever you go, Moab will deliver you the best of memorable photography to reflect your epic trip. The rentals are located in town, just a short drive from the natural attractions that you came for.Comfortable rentals for every traveler
Most of the rentals are adjacent to Arches National Park so you’ll be as close as you can get to the park without being too far from the comforts of your home away from home. Solo travelers, couples and groups need search no further for their perfect vacation rental. Our accommodations are fully equipped with just about everything you could possibly want and need during your trip. Get a rental with a pool/jacuzzi and kick back on your own private terrace while you’re here. Or, warm up around the fireplace with friends and family in the cozy living room.
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The area and getting around
This fun desert city has no shortage of shops, restaurants, recreation and relaxing spas where you can find a masseuse, chiropractor and even certified rolfers. Moab is also a very kid friendly destination and has several cool city parks. Golfers will enjoy a world-class scenic golf course where vivid greens contrast against the mountainous craggy skyline. Moab also has a lively entertainment scene for those looking for a little nightlife. The famous Arches National Park is to the north and Canyonlands to the south.An area full of history and outdoor adventure
Moab has lots to see and do for outdoor lovers who enjoy a bit of history to go with the scenery. A lot of the area’s past can be learned about at the Moab Museum, or a Hummer safari to understand the lay of the land. Potash Road Dinosaur Tracks and Petroglyphs is a nature park that has both petrified dinosaur footprints and remarkably preserved ancient wall art dating back to the first humans to live in the area. If you have some extra time on your hands, visit some of the slot canyons close to Moab. You won’t regret it!
Travelers and activities
Hikers are spoiled for choice with an endless selection of incredible, world-class hikes. Canyonlands National Park boasts breathtaking views with its rugged terrain of jagged canyons and immense mesas. Dead Horse Point State Park offers even more wealth of picture taking opportunities with dramatic panoramas and desert scenery. You can also get incredible views of Canyonlands National Park from here. These canyons are even more beautiful at sunset.Moab for bikers and nature lovers
Moab is a mecca for mountain bikers and a nature enthusiast’s playground. Thousands of bikers flock to Moab every year to see the many jaw-droppingly beautiful sites. Guided mountain biking tours are also available if it’s your first time biking in Moab. Rafting on the Colorado River is another exciting activity that’s popular with visitors. Moab is also a fun place to try canyoneering, whether you’re just a beginner or an expert with experience.
Arches National Park has the highest concentration of natural stone arches in the world with over 2000 formations!
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Arches National Park is one of the most famous parks in America. Thousands of tourists flood the local each year to take drool worthy photos of its rugged, red-rock iconic arches. Some of the best places to get the perfect photo can be found at sites like Balanced Rock, the world-famous Delicate Arch and thousands more.2. Ride on the Moab Zip Line
This exhilarating activity is surprisingly accessible via a 4x4 ride up into the mountains. This activity will give you the best views of Moab as you fly above the desert from sandstone ledges. You’ll have a bird’s eye view of domes and canyons surrounded by snow-capped mountains.3. Take a scenic drive
Moab is a fantastic place to take a scenic drive. You can see so much of the parks from your car, especially during the spectacular sunrises and sunsets. A picturesque drive will take you through sights such as the Colorado River, the deep gorges of Canyonlands National Park and Cataract Canyon.4. Discover Moab Giants Dinosaur Park and Museum
Before recorded history came along, dinosaurs dominated the landscape. Here you can travel back in time and walk among huge dinosaur replicas. What better way to learn about Moab’s pre-historic past? Some of the hands-on activities include digging for fossils. This is a must-do if traveling with kids.5. Visit the Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage
Movie fans will be delighted to know that Moab has been the backdrop for over 50 films. The most famous are Mission Impossible II, Geronimo and Indiana Jones. This museum, housed in a late 1800s historical ranch, is free and open to the public for self-guided tours. Many films and commercials were made right onsite, and the museum has many photographs and memorabilia to prove it. It’s also the perfect place to learn more about the vivid cowboy and rancher life of the region.