Surrounded by two famous national forests, Moab is home to more than a thousand miles of trails and canyons, multiple rivers, and countless unforgettable views. For both seasoned visitors and new visitors alike, it’s hard to know where to start! When considering a vacation in Moab, there are a few experiences that you don’t want to miss:
Biking in Moab
There are many noteworthy biking experiences in Moab with two of the most popular being the Slickrock Trails and The Whole Enchilada. Depending on the time of year, these trails may be a bit crowded, but they’re well worth it. A trip down the Whole Enchilada will bring you down 7,000 feet from the top of La Sal Hill to the Colorado River in 27 miles. The Amasa Back/Captain Ahab, Sovereign, or Navajo Rocks routes are fantastic, though the Magnificent 7 tops them all in the eyes of many. The 26-plus-mile ride showcases nearly everything makes riding in Moab so special, including ledge drops, slickrock, and of course, endless views.
For an endurance challenge, try White Rim Path, which circumnavigates Island in the Sky, a broad plateau over the Green and Colorado Rivers. You can make the 100-mile trip in a day if you’re really motivated or break it up into a multi-day adventure.
Avid bicyclists should plan to hit the La Sal Hill Loophole, a paved 60-plus-mile trip that twists around the nearby La Sal Range. You can enjoy the ride any time, or join the Grand Fondo Moab in early May to bike with other enthusiasts.
Climbing in Moab
A great place to begin your Moab climbing journey is at Ice Cream Parlor, an area 8 miles outside of town with several moderate routes, leading up to one of the area’s most significant sandstone towers. Alternatively, making the hour drive south to the splits of Indian Creek is also highly recommended. For intermediate climbers, the Quality III Kor-Ingells course on Castle Valley’s Castleton Tower is a long, difficult route topped by a football-field-size area with a 300′ rappel down that’s most exciting you’ll experience in the area. The American Alpine Institute has named it one of the 50 classic climbs up in North America.
Hiking in Moab
Prefer walking? Moab has no shortage of hiking opportunities for both novice and experienced hikers. Arches has a moderate three-mile walk to Delicate Arch while Canyonlands’ touts the beautiful Lathrop Canyon Path, a 22-mile round-trip. However, the very best hiking can’t be found in a park. About 40 miles north of the city is Fisher Towers. The modest 4.4-mile round-trip provides gorgeous views of the Colorado River and Castle Valley. It’s not overly crowded like many of the national parks, and unlike the parks, it’s pet friendly, so you do not need to leave your furry friend behind.
For a more adventurous getaway, consider a canyoneering trip. There are many slots available to explore, and though you could venture out on your own, it’s advisable to go with a guide. Flooding, falling rocks, and getting lost are common dangers for even experienced hikers, so it’s much safer to go guided.
Rafting in Moab
While most of Moab’s outdoor adventures happen on the red rock, there are many adventures to be had on the water, too, as many of the best river trips in the country begin in the Moab area. A well-known favorite is a four-day Colorado River trip via Cataract Canyon. You’ll wind 96 miles through Canyonlands National Park through Class II– IV rapids, before returning to Moab.
For a more leisurely experience, rent a stand-up paddleboard to explore by yourself, or book a guided trip, and wind around the Colorado.
Moab Vacation Rentals
When choosing your Moab Utah lodging, we would love for you to make your new favorite vacation memories in our luxurious Moab UT vacation rentals! Their amazing amenities and close proximity to all of Moab’s outdoor adventures make them ideal places to stay during your Moab vacation. Our pet-friendly Moab vacation rentals are great for small families or large groups, accommodating up to 51 guests. Empty Spaces VRM is proud to host a portfolio of vacation rentals in Moab that are designed to inspire travelers of all types and preferences. No matter what your property must-haves are, guests who book our rentals will enjoy the fact that each vacation home comes with:
- Plenty of parking spaces so everyone has a place to park
- Fresh linens, towels, and plush bedding from high-end retailers such as Restoration Hardware, West Elm, and Pottery Barn
- State-of-the-art streaming TV and fast Wi-Fi internet throughout the home
- Child-friendly features and activities, including a high chair, kid dinnerware, pack-n-play, games and toys, and more.
- A convenient stock of standard household products including trash bags, toilet paper, paper towels, soaps, shampoos, and detergents.
- A fully-stocked gourmet kitchen with mixing bowls, pots and pans, mixer, blender, griddle, Keurig, and a standard coffee maker
- A pantry with basic food staples, coffee filters, aluminum foil, plastic wrap, napkins, baggies, and more
Ready to book? Call or text a reservationist to save up to 25% off your Moab vacation!
We all have our own family traditions when it comes to holidays such as Thanksgiving. Many families will often say spending time together is the most important aspect of any holiday especially Thanksgiving. Others wish to do something different by going off the beaten path for a unique trip. If that sounds like you it may be time to book a journey to Moab for this fall holiday. Moab is an incredible destination perfect for all outdoor lovers out there. The thrilling activities around the area will keep you busy all stay long. Moab Thanksgiving activities can be done a little differently. Take a look at how your Moab vacation getaway can look like in Moab this year:
Cook a Thanksgiving Meal
When it comes to finding the perfect Thanksgiving meal many families tend to stick with cooking up their own personal feast. You will be in luck as our vacation rentals come with everything you need to make your Thanksgiving meal just as perfect as it would be back home. These gourmet kitchens come with full size appliances that are often recent additions. You can easily prepare multiple dishes at a single time along with finding plenty of room for storage in the fridge. Spacious countertops let everyone have a hand in helping prepare the feast. All of the exciting features do not end in the kitchen; make sure to take your meal to the dining room tables that will have enough room for the allowed number of guests in each home. Kitchen bars also provide additional seating just in case any guests come over too. Each property will have the essential cooking ware and utensils, so you do not need to bring anything from home or purchase anything during your stay outside of the ingredients themselves.
Local Dining for Thanksgiving
Not everyone wants to spend their Thanksgiving in the kitchen and would rather go out and explore the area. You can enjoy a Thanksgiving feast with a local restaurant found in the area. Moab features several different locally owned restaurants that will make your Thanksgiving meal a great one. Enjoy an upscale meal at local favorite Desert Bistro. This southwestern restaurant features an intimate setting perfect for a romantic Thanksgiving date. The wine cellar has more than its fair share of wine to choose from to pair with your meal. For a casual meal, Zax Restaurant will have you covered. This American eatery features an all you can eat menu that includes pizza, salad, and soup. The full-service bar lets you order the right cocktail to pair with your meal. The Thanksgiving menu includes your standard fare such as turkey and much more. Sunset Grill offers a traditional steakhouse experience in its fine dining setting. You can enjoy the panoramic mountaintop views from the top as you dine on prime cuts of steak or fresh seafood. Moab Brewery lets you stop by on Thanksgiving Day for their standard menu and craft beer. There is a beer on tap for everyone including lagers, IPAs, and much more. You will find there is no shortage of food options for Thanksgiving right here in Moab.
You will not find any Thanksgiving themed events during your stay in Moab, but that doesn’t mean the fun stops there. The fall season is a great time to see Moab for the first or tenth time. Many consider Moab to be an outdoor playground, as the area features many different activities. The fall season also brings in cooler temperatures making it even easier to spend hours outdoors at any time. No trip to Moab should skip out on a visit to the local national parks including Arches National Park. This park is known for its historic stone arches that stand tall in the horizon. Our downtown Moab vacation rentals are just a few minutes away from the park where you can explore to find its over 2,000 different arches. Another great option is visiting Canyonlands National Park that encompasses over 337,000 acres of beautiful canyons and mesas. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy some outdoor fun including four wheeling, hiking, scenic drives, and much more. Mountain biking is a fun activity all year long, but the fall season makes it even more accessible. Beginners can go easy their first time by riding on the Bar-M Loop. There are plenty of hiking and biking trails surrounding the city for more experienced riders too.
Book Your Stay for Moab
As you can see there are plenty of ways for you and your family to get out and enjoy everything there is in Moab this Thanksgiving holiday. Reserve one of our vacation rentals today to have the best Thanksgiving experience in town.
Regardless of when you come to explore the outdoor playground of Moab, you will find an incredible adventure waiting for you. Utah has been heating up this summer season, but luckily autumn is just around the corner. With it comes cooler temperatures and a slower travel season, this is the perfect time to see Moab for the first time. All of the incredible outdoor activities are still available, and the weather lets you stay comfortable for longer outside. Take a look at some of our favorite fall activities that are available only in Moab:
Go Mountain Biking
One of the best ways to get out and explore the wonderful scenery in Moab is by renting a mountain bike. Moab features endless miles of biking trails that take you around much of the backcountry. While some locations may cater to the more experienced biking crowd Moab’s trail system has something for everyone. One of the best places to start out at is Bar-M Loop. This scenic trail is available to ride all year long and offers beginner level trails to dive into. There is also plenty of advanced trail access points that are directly connected to Bar-M Loop. The terrain has no limits when you get around Moab by mountain bike.
Go Horseback Riding
Another exciting way to see the great outdoors here up in Moab is by joining a horseback riding expedition. You can get off the beaten path and feel like a real-life cowboy with this thrilling experience. Horseback riding lets you traverse sandstone vistas and open range trails. Most horseback riding tours offered in the city are approximately 90 minutes in length and can be up to half day adventures. Each tour will make sure you learn the ropes and feel comfortable on your horse before you take off. The temperatures have been known to fluctuate in the fall out on the open trails so make sure you bring a few layers just in case. You will not look out at our beautiful desert scenery the same way ever again!
Visit the National Parks
Moab is home to two different national parks that are extremely easy to get to. Each of the parks is open all year long allowing you to enjoy them during the cooler fall months. The first park is Arches National Park that is named after its famous arches. There are plenty of trails to hike around including the trail that leads to Delicate Arch. The second park is Canyonlands, where stunning canyons sweep the landscape. You will also find plenty of unique trails that surround the area giving you plenty of room to yourself. Cooler weather and smaller crowds make the fall season the perfect time to check out these parks for the first time!
Bring Your Pup to Dead Horse Point State Park
Don’t forget to bring your friendly canine companion along to Moab for your fall getaway. There are plenty of areas where dogs are welcome to join in on the fun. One area that is incredible to see where your pup can join along is Dead Horse Point State Park. Do not let the ominous name scare you away from this beautiful canyon rim. Dead Horse Point is actually a high plateau that overlooks the area for sweeping views. The trails are open for leashed pups to walk along beside you for a family friendly journey. It’s becoming harder and harder to see the starry night sky in cities. Dead Horse Point State Park turns into the International Dark Sky Park at night; the name comes from the incredible starry sky that will be above you. There are regularly scheduled full moon hikes that let you explore the park under the full moon light. Make sure to keep an eye on the weather for any last-minute cancellations!
Explore the Local Rivers
Another great aspect of Moab is that it is home to the Colorado and Green Rivers. These winding rivers have helped shape the Moab region to what they are today. Rafting trips are a popular activity during the warm summer season as the cold water helps keep you cool and offers a thrilling ride. However, the fall season is a great time to check out the rafting trips too as the rivers have mellowed out and offer a calmer experience. These slower waters let you take in the beautify of the wildlife and red rocks a lot longer than what the summer trips can provide you.
Moab Is Waiting This Fall
There is no time like the present to start planning for your upcoming fall getaway to Moab. Enjoy each of these activities that are even better in the fall season. Our vacation rentals will keep you close to the action throughout your stay.
When booking a vacation getaway to Moab, you are probably looking for all kinds of fun and exciting activities to help you explore the area. Moab is a huge and beautiful outdoor playground, and if it’s your first time visiting, it might be difficult to know where to start. Fortunately, we have compiled a list of our favorite tours available in the area. Each tour offers professional services so you can get the most out of your stay. Take a look at the top tours in Moab:
Moab Tour Company
It is time to go off-road when you vacation to Moab. The desert setting is the perfect place to take a thrilling off-roading adventure. Moab Tour Company is a locally owned and operated tour company that provides thrilling UTV and RZR tours. Their 15 years of experience will provide you with an incredible adventure as you explore the hills of Moab. Each UTV is ready to take on the dirt roads while keeping you safe. Guided tours provide a side-by-side adventure where a tour guide will show you where to go while you get to drive your own UTV. You can also book a UTV tour where you ride along with the guide, so you don’t have to worry about driving. Each tour operates on a level system—1 being the easiest and 3 being the most difficult, with prior experience recommended. You can choose from a variety of outdoor settings to explore including Poison Spider Trail, Hurrah Pass, and Hells Revenge. You can even book the time for a sunset UTV tour or have it during the day. Each tour is approximately 2.5 hours in length. If you want to do some exploring on your own, you can easily rent all kinds of vehicles from Moab Tour Company. Choose from a variety of UTVs, RZRs, and even dirt bikes. They will show you how to operate each piece of equipment before you leave. If this sounds like a thrilling experience, make sure you book a tour with them today by calling 435-259-4080.
High Point Hummer and ATV Tours and Rentals
Not all outdoor adventures can be done on a UTV or RZR. When that is the case, look no further than High Point Hummer and ATV Tours and Rentals for all your tour needs. This local tour company knows how to have fun and is looking to help you explore the Moab outback. Their most popular option is their Hummer tours that will take you off-road while having plenty of interior space in which to relax. Stand in the back or roll down the windows and take in the fresh air. These are not your typical Hummers either, as they can fit an entire tour group in one vehicle. Choose your tour options from 2-hour adventures up to 4-hour adventures. Shaded canopies will keep you shaded during the sunny Moab days of summer. High Point also makes sure to provide of UTV tour options too; each tour package includes all required safety gear, light snacks, and water. What sets High Point apart from other tour options here in Moab is there unique Vanderhall rental options. These three-wheel vehicles are a moving work of art that are perfect for those who want to explore the national park. The open canopy makes it easy to take in the sights as the air rushes through your hair. Rent one of these luxury vehicles by the half day, full day, or full 24-hour periods. Book your tour or Vanderhall rental by calling 877-486-6833.
Dan Mick’s Guided Tours
Not but certainly not least is Dan Mick’s Guided Tours right here in Moab. This local tour company is a highly rated tour option that will take you on a thrilling Jeep tour. These luxury vehicles will keep you comfortable as your tour guide takes on rocky terrain such as Hells Revenge. Your tour guide will tell you historic facts and stories of the Moab area including settlers who first tamed the wild land that Moab is located on. Each tour option is reserved by the vehicle for up to 3 passengers making it easy to book. Your Jeep tour options include sunset, morning, afternoon, and full day options. There is nothing better than exploring the Moab countryside than from the comfort of a luxury Jeep. Book your tour today with Dan Mick’s Guided Tours by calling 435-259-4567.
More to See in Moab
As you can see, there are plenty of incredible tour options right here in Moab. Book one of these top tour companies in the area for the best experience possible. Our vacation rentals will keep you comfortable every night during your stay.
Many visitors come to Moab to see all of the incredible outdoor attractions for which the area is known. You can expect some of the most beautiful sights ever seen that are sure to make your trip one to remember for years to come. Occasionally, Moab will see rain clouds come through that might delay some of your outdoor activities. Have no fear, as Moab also features several different activities that are perfect for rainy skies. Beat the rain and enjoy these indoor activities in Moab on rainy days.
Visit the Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage
One of the lesser-known facts about Moab and the surrounding region is that it has been used for a variety of western films over the decades. You will find the Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage to be a part of the Red Cliffs Ranch that continues to raise cattle and horses. A variety of western films have been filmed at the ranch since it was discovered by John Ford back in the 1940s. Films such as Rio Grande, Wagon Master, and The Commancheros have all used the incredible backdrop and scenery for their films. Filmmaking legends such as John Wayne and Lee Marvin have all been on set for their classic films. Get to know more about this rich filmmaking history by stopping in the Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage. You will find a variety of unique memorabilia on display that will showcase each of the legendary films. The Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage is open daily from 8:00 AM to 1000 PM at the Red Cliffs Ranch.
Indoor Wine Tasting at Castle Creek Winery
If it’s going to rain in Moab, why not head inside for a wine tasting or two? You can do just that when you stop at Castle Creek Winery. This award-winning winery is known for producing some incredible wines with varieties such as chardonnay, pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon, and merlot. Castle Creek Winery is a solo operation that bottles, labels, and boxes each wine they produce at the vineyards. This winery is also located at the historic Red Cliffs Ranch so you can easily combine it with a trip to the Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage. The indoor tasting room is the perfect spot to escape the rain for a bit and try out each variant of wine being offered. You will be able to look out at the incredible views of the Colorado River that are within view. Castle Creek Winery is open daily from noon to 7:00 PM at the tasting room; bottle sales are open at 10:00 AM each day in case you just want to grab a bottle for your vacation rental.
Take a Tour at Tom Till Fine Art
There is nothing more relaxing than spending an hour or two checking out all of the fine art created in the region you are visiting. On a rainy day, make sure you head over to Tom Till Fine Art to check out beautiful artwork on display. The gallery has been open for 20 years, offering visitors and locals a chance to see some of their award-winning art in person. Many of the works of art are also for sale, so you can take home a piece of Moab culture with you. Tom Till has captured the incredible beauty of Moab like no other photographer. The Tom Till Gallery can be found at 61 N Main St in downtown Moab. The gallery is open daily from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Stop by the Moab Museum
Another great museum found right here in town is the Moab Museum. This local attraction is another great indoor activity that showcases the rich history of the area. The museum is now fully open for business after going through previous modifications. The Moab Museum features special exhibits such as A World Transformed, an exhibit that highlights the transcontinental railroad, and Through Toil and Labor, an exhibit that takes a look at the forgotten history of the area’s Chinese railroad workers. Both exhibits highlight the importance of how the railroad and its workers brought life to the Moab area. A variety of events take place throughout the year as well, providing guest speakers and more. The Moab Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 8:00 PM with reservations no longer required.
Plan Your Moab Journey
You can enjoy these and many more different indoor activities that are perfect for the rare rainy day here in Moab. Start planning your trip by reserving one of our vacation rentals in the area and get ready for your best stay in Moab yet!
When it’s time to make the most of a great getaway opportunity, some travelers can’t imagine a trip without plenty of sugar-white beaches, emerald waves, and shoreline adventures involved. Others are more drawn to the mountains when it’s time to rest and relax. Still, others find their best vacation self comes out when they’re headed somewhere dominated by beautiful desert landscapes and options to get out and explore red rocks and canyons in abundance. If the latter sounds like you, planning a trip to mesmerizing Moab in the summer or fall is bound to be the best choice you’ll make all year!
Moab is a vacation destination of majestic proportions situated in eastern Utah that still finds a way to retain its welcoming charm. As a gateway to some of the nation’s most enchanting National and State Parks, Moab is endlessly alluring to those who have a heart for outdoor adventure and adrenaline-pumping fun. Still, its scenic surroundings, collection of savory restaurants, and boutique shops make it a destination just as well suited to travelers who are looking to enjoy a getaway at a more leisurely pace.
No matter how you spend your time in Moab this summer or fall, making the experience begins with creating a comprehensive itinerary that takes every amazing destination into account! The following are a few stops, activities, and attractions that are sure to elevate your summer or fall escape from a great time to an unforgettable experience that will have you coming back to Moab for more in the future!
Things to Do While You’re Here: From Pristine Parks to Thrilling Bike Trails
It’s hard to imagine a trip to beautiful Moab without some well-deserved time set aside to explore and experience iconic Arches National Park. While summer is a season that brings travelers this way in droves, those who book a fall getaway will likely find this appealing park to be a bit less crowded if that’s the goal. Either way, it’s a place that showcases some of nature’s very best work and isn’t to be missed no matter when you arrive in town.
Arches National Park sits just north of Moab’s city center and is bordered by the Colorado River to the southeast. Since its establishment as a National Park in 1929, Arches has been captivating visitors and locals alike with its one-of-a-kind collection of over 2,000 natural sandstone arches it hosts! Experiencing these arches up close is an amazing experience whether you’re in the park to admire the view or can’t wait to capture it all on camera. While Balanced Rock and Delicate Arch are just a few of the many memorable formations to be found here, a day spent in Arches National Park on the trails is sure to inspire discoveries of all types.
For all of the splendor that a stop at Arches National Park promises to provide, a trip to Moab in the summer or fall should also include time spent at Canyonlands National Park. A bit further from Moab, this intriguing destination offers a captivating collection of canyons to explore and observe, much as the name indicates. Featuring a dramatic desert landscape, Canyonlands is not a National Park that one could ever hope to see in a single day. It’s actually a collection of four distinct areas to explore and discover, each of which features its own collection of natural wonder and could take an extensive amount of time to enjoy thoroughly! This makes Canyonlands a place that’s worth returning to and a destination that offers up endless intrigue for those with a passion for pursuing time in nature. The park enjoys a maze of trails to be discovered and if you’re looking for added insight, consider booking a ranger-led tour through one of the main districts while you’re in the area.
A third, and just as exciting stop to experience while you’re in Moab is Dead Horse Point State Park. This captivating destination is known for hosting some of the most scenic views the region has to offer up thanks to the many 2,000-foot vertical cliffs and canyons that make up the thrilling landscape. Hiking and biking trails abound at Dead Horse Point State Park which is a mere 32-miles from central Moab and wonderfully convenient to get to.
While all of the national and state parks that adorn Moab’s landscape come with some inviting bike trails to take to, those that can’t wait to explore on two wheels at thrilling speeds will want to make Slickrock Bike Trail a top activity on their itinerary while they’re in town. This popular mountain biking destination is not for the faint of heart and is generally reserved for experienced mountain bikers looking to push their limits. At 10.5 miles in length, a trip along Slickrock takes cyclists past petrified sand dunes, over ancient sea beds, and across some truly unforgiving, yet undeniably beautiful terrain.
Museums to Explore
While outdoor adventure is definitely a highlight during the summer or fall in Moab when the temperatures rise this time of year and you could use some time out of the sun to restore, heading to a museum is always a good option. Make your way to the Moab Museum at 118 E. Center Street Tuesday through Saturday any time between noon and 8:00 pm when you’re looking to pair an engaging experience with some regional education as well. This museum hosts a variety of displays and exhibits that highlight the area’s unique geology as well as its rich mining and pioneering past. In prehistoric times, dinosaurs roamed the landscape that now makes up Moab, so you won’t want to miss the exhibits that speak to the efforts in paleontology that are ongoing and work to discover more about the amazing creatures that once called Moab home.
Once you’ve taken time to make your way through the Moab Museum, a stop at the Moab Information Center is in order. Situated at 25 E. Center Street, the Moab Information Center offers up a wealth of information related to local landmarks, activities, and events. The on-site staff is more than willing to answer questions, help you plan that ideal Moab adventure, or simply provide you with the trail maps you’ll need to make the most of the journey. Either way, it’s a place worth checking out when you want to get to know your vacation destination a little better.
Tours to Take
For adrenaline-seeking travelers, Moab is a destination where you don’t have to look far to find heart-pounding adventures. A great way to experience the best of Moab’s dynamic landscape when you’re new to the area is to book an amazing adventure tour. For many visitors during fall and summer in Moab, a trip isn’t complete without a Hell’s Revenge 4×4 off-roading excursion that’s sure to be one of the most memorable moments of the trip. Over the course of 2.5 hours, a Hell’s Revenge off-road tour gives participants a chance to zoom over sandstone domes and Slickrock ledges that are truly breathtaking and best maneuvered by the professionals. Each UTV is generally able to seat up to four passengers at a time and some of the highlight sightseeing stops along the way include Abyss Canyon, the La Sal Mountains, and the mighty Colorado River.
For even more in the way of guided Moab tours and adventures, be sure to partner up with the outdoor recreation enthusiasts at Barlow Adventures. Headquartered at 284 N. Main Street, Barlow Adventures offers up options to enjoy guided Jeep tours that take you on a customized route past those Moab icons you can’t wait to see or can just as easily focus on the beautiful and thrilling Rubicon Trail.
Family Outdoor Adventure
When it comes to summer and fall family fun in Moab, booking a few excursions through the Moab Adventure Center makes planning easy and the experience one-of-a-kind. Reserving your family’s place on a river rafting adventure with this company is a great way to experience the landscape in style and create memories everyone is sure to cherish long after you’ve returned home. These guided rafting trips can be booked as half or full-day experiences and can even include scenic stops to enjoy a BBQ lunch before hitting the rapids once more!
Guided climbs with the Moab Adventure Center are also great family-focused excursions that allow everyone to learn new skills side by side in a setting that’s unbelievably beautiful. Climbing guides can customize excursions to meet varying skill levels and will cover the basics before you ever head out into the Moab scenery.
Restaurants to Enjoy
Yes, a trip to Moab is bound to be filled with time in the great outdoors but for all of the energy spent exploring and discovering this amazing vacation destination, Moab is just as exciting when it comes to culinary adventures to be enjoyed! Travelers that head to Moab will find a wide variety of restaurants, cafes, and bars waiting to be savored, but there are always a few that stand out from the rest. When you’re in town and find yourself craving Southwest American fare in a setting made to match, heading to Desert Bistro is bound to be a good choice. Located at 36 S. 100 W., Desert Bistro offers up an intimate setting in which to enjoy dishes that are designed to showcase bold, Southwest flavors! Open Wednesday through Monday from 5:00 pm until close, Desert Bistro dinner options include everything from market fish and gorgonzola crusted beef tenderloin to Colorado lamb loin chops and bistro duck confit.
When you’re up for something fresh, healthy, and casual at every turn, a meal at Moab Kitchen is a must! This eatery features vegan and plant-based fare served up from a food truck and best enjoyed on the spacious outdoor patio where you can indulge in good eats alongside family and friends. Moab Kitchen is found at 180 W. Center Street and provides guests with options that include everything from quinoa bowls and salads to savory soups and wraps that are good for the body and are sure to please the palate as well.
Places to Stay in Moab
Whether you head to Moab in the name of outdoor adventure, can’t wait to explore the bustling downtown scene or are more interested in simply relaxing and unwinding in desert style, knowing you have accommodations in place that keep you comfortable, living luxuriously, and close to those places you can’t wait to explore can make all the difference. Moab travelers who partner with the property professionals at Empty Spaces Vacation Rental Management can expect all this and more when you reserve your place in one of our inviting homes away from home in Moab.
At Empty Spaces Vacation Rental Management, our portfolio of Moab-based properties is designed with a customized experience in mind at every turn. Guests who book with us can pick and choose from a selection of properties that range from 4-bedroom abodes all the way up to 8-bedroom stays that can easily accommodate up to 27 guests at a time! Whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple on a romantic getaway, or in the company of family and friends, we’re sure to have the rental you’re looking for.
In addition to tasteful furnishings and incredible views, our Moab rentals are designed with luxury in mind, and many include vaulted ceilings, large flat-screen televisions, decorative Southwest art, and access to pools and hot tubs too. When you’re not dining out in Moab, you can easily serve up a home-style meal in one of the full kitchens hosted in many of our rentals as well. Where access to a private patio or balcony maximizes time with the view, large bedrooms with plush mattresses and high-quality linens make for a wonderful night’s sleep when resting up for Moab fun ahead.
When you’re ready to turn Moab travel dreams into a reality, Empty Spaces Vacation Rental Management is here to help. Reach out today to learn more about our amazing collection of Moab rental properties and to see how we can help you book your stay!