1051 S. Main Street
Moab, UT 84532
Phone: (435) 259-4655
Fax: (435) 259-5838
1051 S. Main Street, Moab, UT, US, 84532
- Phone: (435) 259-4655
- Fax: (435) 259-5838
Popular recreational rivers, natural arches, Native American rock art and remote campsites.
This tracksite includes the first sauropod tracks reported in Utah. A phenomenon rarely observed in fossil trackways.
The stunning eroded landscapes of Arches and Canyonlands National Park, professional exhibits at the Dinosaur Museum, over millions of acres of mountain biking and many more activities and sites.
Dead Horse Point State Park towers 2,000 feet above the Colorado River, providing a breathtaking view of Canyonlands sculptured pinnacles and buttes.
The 53-acre Green River State Park, situated on the bank of the Green River at an elevation of 4,100 feet, is open year-round and includes a 42-unit campground, hot showers, rest rooms, a group-use pavilion, an amphitheater for interpretive programs, a boat launching ramp, and a nine-hole golf course.
Hidden five slides, three pools, paddle boats, pizza, historic rock carving and more!
Top Jeep rental in Moab, specializing in Modified Jeep Rubicons.
Utah's largest national park, Canyonlands National Park is divided into three sections, Island in the Sky, the Needles, and the Maze, by the Green and Colorado Rivers. Open year-round
The Courthouse Wash Pictographs are located at Arches National Park, Utah. These are a series of large pictographs created over a long period of time on sandstone walls. Some of the images are up to five feet (1.5 meters) in height. This site is accessible by foot and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 1, 1976.
You may call it a huge cave but the Christensen family called it home. This 5000 sq ft cave-home comprises of fourteen marvellous rooms and other attractions. Including a zoo of exotic animals, an artwork exhibition by Lyle Nichols and a gift shop, this unique home is a fantastic work of art. Impossible to miss, this humongous structure, modeled right inside the Utah canyons, is located along Highway 191. Built over a period of a century, this historic home is open to public all year long and is an absolute must visit.