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Moab Under Canvas
Moab, UtahEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Moab Under Canvas
This 40-acre "glamping" site features upscale tents decked out with hotel-like accommodations, along with the usual campground offerings like barbecue pits, access to hiking trails, and wide-open spaces; the small but lively town of Moab is seven miles away.
Located between Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, this outdoor 40-acre "glamping" site includes 13 upscal pre-set tents, elevated bedding, hotel-like furniture, and private bathrooms to eliminate the "roughing it" involved in a typical camping experience. The property also has a dozen smaller, more basic tipis outfitted with cots and sleeping bags. An abundance of public land and hiking trails surround the camp, and the catered breakfasts and picnic lunches provide guests the necessary fuel to feed their wanderlust. After a day of bustling outdoor activity, retire to the barbecue pit, where you can chill while cooking your dinner.
If you want to eat the catered breakfast, you need to place your order with the staff by 9 p.m. the night before.
Arrive at Canyonlands Field Airport (CNY) which is approximately 25 miles from the glamping site. Anticipate about 30 minutes of travel time.13784 North Hwy 191, Moab, Utah, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Activities
- BBQ Pits
- Bed Linens + Towels
- Furnished Tents
- En-suite Bathrooms (some)
- Private Patio + Chairs (some)
- Outdoor Patio
- Breakfast Service (fee)
- Picnic Lunch Service (fee)
- Rates are based on 2 people sharing. 1 additional person may share the Standard and Deluxe Safari Tents for $25 per night. Deluxe Suite can accommodate up to 4 people.
Why We Love Moab
The natural wonder that surrounds this small city relentlessly feeds the soul of outdoor types seeking adventure, like whitewater rafting, rock climbing, photography, and BASE-jumping.
$259 for adults.
Where to Eat: Downtown Moab's Desert Bistro is located in a historic former ranch house. Owners Karl and Michelle Kelley serve regional cuisine ranging from venison burgers to a tortilla-crusted chicken breast with house-made mole.
36 S. 100 W.
Dinner for two $75.
Where to Drink: Choose from a selection of craft beers at the Moab Brewery—the city's only microbrewery. The most popular drink here is the traditional, English-style Dead Horse Amber Ale.
686 S. Main St.
Drinks for two $20.
Best Day Trip: Moab Adventure Center guides riders down a 14-mile stretch of the undulating rapids of the Colorado River via oar boat, paddle raft, or two-person kayak. Once you've conquered the course, go for a swim and grab some barbecue for lunch.
225 S. Main St.
$85 for adults (eight-hour, all-inclusive package).
Why Go Now
May 24 - 25, 2014
Moab Arts, Beer & Wine Festival
Live music, beer and wine tastings, over 100 artists displaying their art and cultural entertainment for all ages.
Swanny City Park: 400 North 100 West Moab.
June 28, 2014
Raft for the Cure
Raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation by rafting down the Colorado River. Dinner and live music await you at the end of the trip.
Moab Adventure Center.
$150 for adults, or $40 for dinner and music only.
August 23-24, 2014
Third Annual Moab Bull Challenge
Watch some of the world's top bull riders compete in this final leg of the Lane Frost Challenge Tour.
Spanish Trail Arena.
August 28 - September 8, 2014
Moab Music Festival
This 22nd-annual festival highlights chamber music and jazz, with some outdoor concerts enhanced by the acoustics from the area's natural red stones.
Free - $300.