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Purple Sage Flats ~ 7, Cozy Downtown Condo Close to Arches with Full Kitchen & Hot Tub

Purple Sage Flats ~ 7, Cozy Downtown Condo Close to Arches with Full Kitchen & Hot Tub

$156 per night
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Casa Moab Casita #1 Short Walk to Main Street with Outdoor Sauna

Located at Casa Moab in downtown Moab walking distance to local brewery, popular bike shop, cinema and grocery store. Only 4 miles to Slickrock Bike Trail and 11 miles to Arches National Park. 30 minutes to Canyonlands National Park.

$68 per night
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Slot Canyon, Unit B, Brand new. Walking distance to shops and restaurants

Slot Canyon, Unit B, Brand new. Walking distance to shops and restaurants

$149 per night

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Moab house rentals

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Juniper Room in The Comfy Cactus
$74 per night
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Horsethief Room
$102 per night
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Cider House Inn--Family Adventure Getaway
$190 per night
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Moab Cottage downtown
$144 per night
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Beautiful Views (No cleaning fee)
$142 per night
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The Plateau House
$135 per night
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Millcreek on Main Street ~ 4 Bed 2 Bath Private Home One Block From Main St. Along Millcreek With Private Hot Tub
$493 per night
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West 3 - Cozy Cabin in the heart of downtown with shared hot tub & grill
$194 per night
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Cute Shady House in the Heart of the Desert
$115 per night
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The Finca - Moab's Hidden Gem
$249 per night
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French Quarter Cottage- Sleeps 6
$245 per night
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Bed & Bath on Pack Creek
$167 per night

Moab condo rentals

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NEW!! Unique 3Bed 2 Bath Condo! Pool and hot tub!!
$206 per night
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NEW RED CLIFF CONDO W/ NEW POOL! 4 MILES TO MOAB!
$217 per night
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Moab Red cliff condo, outdoor pool! Superhost!
$207 per night
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NEW LISTING MDU Sweet and Charming home with quick access to downtown Moab - Upstairs unit
$323 per night
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RT 2 - 1 bedroom condo minutes from Arches N.P.
$159 per night
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Newly Renovated Condo with Plenty of Space - Walk to Downtown, Close to Arches
$227 per night
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Bright Newly Renovated condo with Great Location & Private Balcony
$250 per night
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In-town Moab Retreat, Su Casa/Clean-Safe- Private
$292 per night
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57 Robber's Roost #4 - Lionsback
$335 per night
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Stylish Desert Getaway with Hot Tub & Grassy Area - Prime Location
$277 per night
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Family Friendly Condo with Full Kitchen, WiFi - Walk to Downtown
$283 per night
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Comfort Stay in Entrada at Moab
$320 per night

Moab RV rentals

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New! RV Adventure rental! Fully Loaded, Spacious!!
$113 per night
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New! RV adventure rental! Unique and affordable :)
$115 per night
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Rv adventure rental! 7.5 miles to Moab, With views
$105 per night
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Delightful RV rental with views, 7.5 miles to Moab
$107 per night
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Quiet Camper, six miles to Moab, with amazing view
$110 per night
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Beautiful 1 bedroom RV in Moab
$98 per night
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Red Rock Teardrop Trailer #5
$89 per night
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Quiet camper, with views, and seven miles to Moab.
$89 per night
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Secluded Crazy Woman Camper - Stars + Petroglyphs
$106 per night
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New RV Rental! Super views! 8 miles to Moab!
$106 per night
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Glamping in Moab
$150 per night
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Red Rock Teardrop Trailer #4
$104 per night

Your guide to Moab

All About Moab

Moab is a growing city in the eastern part of Utah characterized by vast desert and rust-colored mesas. The compact downtown is centered on South Main Street, which is lined with colorful shops, local breweries, and restaurants serving Southwestern cuisine. Visitors come here to hike, bike, canyoneer, camp, and climb in the desert.

Moab is located next to two national parks — Arches and Canyonlands — and as such its most popular attractions are its protected outdoor surroundings. While these two parks get top billing, the trails at Dead Horse Point State Park that open up into sweeping panoramas and water activities like white-water rafting trips, kayaking, and canoeing on the winding Colorado River shouldn’t be overlooked.

For calmer waters, head 10 miles south of town to Ken’s Lake where you can swim and picnic after a long day on the trails. Local breweries provide a refreshing break from the hot sun, and a little outside of town, wineries with views of the mesas offer tastings.


How do I get around Moab?

At just 10 minutes away by car, Canyonlands Regional Airport (CNY) is the closest option for flying into Moab, and there are daily flights arriving from Salt Lake City (SLC) and Denver International Airport (DEN). If you’re driving directly from Salt Lake City, expect to spend about four hours in the car. From Canyonlands Airport, taxis and shuttles will be available, but you’ll need to rent a car — preferably one that can handle any off-road adventures you might want to take — to get to your vacation rental in Moab and outdoor attractions around the region.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Moab?

The most popular seasons for a condo rental in Moab are the spring and fall, when the weather is warm and the desert sun isn’t too intense. Winters get cold, causing some businesses to limit their hours or close down entirely from late November to April. Moab gets about a foot of snow each year and winter temperatures regularly drop below freezing at night, so this can make trails and roads icy. In the summer, the temperatures can often soar into the triple digits, limiting the amount of time that’s safe to spend outdoors or in the national parks. This small town hosts the Moab Art Festival each year on Memorial Day weekend and the Moab Folk Festival that brings acclaimed musicians from all over the country to perform each September.


What are the top things to do in Moab?

Arches National Parks

Moab is located next to two of the most beautiful red-rock national parks in America, and no visit here is complete without a trip to the Arches National Park. The most iconic landform in the park is the Delicate Arch, a rock formation named after its magnificent and fragile natural structure. Other notable destinations in Arches National park are the Devil’s Garden Loop, a hiking trail that takes you through eight unique arches, and the Double Arch, which is only a 20-minute round trip.

Downtown Moab

Moab is a small town, but its downtown has plenty of local shops where you can find souvenirs, outdoor clothing and gear, boutiques, produce co-ops, and more. There are plenty of options for great Mexican food, plus wood-paneled steakhouses, breakfast cafes, coffee shops, and bakeries. Murals scattered throughout South Main Street provide photo opportunities, and old school bars offer pool tables.

Island In The Sky

Only a 40-minute drive from the city, Island in the Sky is one of the most accessible points of natural beauty in Canyonlands National Park, as this protected site doesn’t require a long hike for rewarding views. This excursion does, however, require a four-wheel-drive vehicle to handle the rugged roadway. As you approach the Islands In the Sky entrance, there’s a visitor center where you can grab maps before making your way along the mixture of paved and unpaved roads that pass through the colorful mines at Potash and a series of sandstone arches to reach the Grand View Point. Situated on a mesa about 1,000 feet from the ground below, this outlook provides unbeatable views of the canyons below, as well as views over the Colorado and Green rivers.