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13784 North Highway 191, Moab, UT 84532, United States of America – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Grounds
Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room, Snack Bar
No internet access available.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Tour Desk, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Souvenir/Gift Shop, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children or adults are charged USD 25 per person per night when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged USD 25 per night for extra beds.
One child under 4 years is charged USD 25 per night in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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The River Canyon Lodge motel is ideally located in the center of the the lovely town of Moab.
Score from 426 reviews Good
Set against a backdrop of canyon walls, Rustic Inn provides self-catering accommodation in central Moab. The world-famous sandstone formations of Arches National Park are 4.5 miles from the property.
Score from 544 reviews Good
This Moab, Utah resort is on Scenic by Way 128 along the Colorado River and 15 miles from Arches National Park. Red Cliffs Lodge boasts a horse corral, Western film museum and Castle Creek Winery.
Score from 853 reviews Wonderful
This Moab, Utah hotel has panoramic views of the Red Rock cliffs. It is located a 5-minute drive from Arches National Park. All guest rooms have free Wi-Fi.
Score from 526 reviews Excellent
The setting; sunset and dawn were amazing. The 'reception' tent had coffee and the ability to order breakfast which was great as we were only there for 1 night and didn't have cooking facilities.
The road was noisy during the evening/night, and in the morning as it only a few hundred feet away, but I woke up at 3am and it was silent then. Moab is quite a way away; a good 15 minute drive. Our 3 man tent only had 1 chair, unless you sit on the small table. Other tents are pretty close; we could hear quite a lot, and they allow dogs, which were barking.
The view, the people
location was perfect to visit canyon lands, arches, and dead horse point. the ambience was nice when it wasn't cold and windy and wet.
our tent leaked and the staff made no attempt to help us. we put the trash can under the leak and it filled up 1/3 of the way. the staff were no help the next night and they wouldn't let us trade tents although we were there for 4 nights. bathrooms were cheaply made and doors wouldn't lock. a sign to designate that its in use. lighting was poor and the lights they gave us didn't work well, cheaply made. for about $100/night, a tipi that hit you in your sleeping bag....when the wind blew and a leak that covered the floor of the tent with water so that we had to keep our luggage on a cot so that it wouldn't get soaked.
Slightly disappointed by this after staying at a an amazing glamping camp in monument valley. Checked in and given impression of trying to create hotel experience, however for being 'in the middle of the desert' it was more 'less than a mile from the freeway' and that could be seen from the tents. When we were there also there was no hot water, and many of the ticket were blocked with broken flushing. The tents were also were packed closely together which detracted from the isolated feel we were expecting
This was our first experience with this kind of accommodation. It felt like we were on safari in the desert. The tents were well appointed, the staff was helpful and friendly, and the setting was beautiful. We would definitely stay there again.
The only negative is that it is very close to the highway and we were there on a particularly busy weekend so there was a bit of road noise, but it didn't bother us enough to not want to come and stay again.
The location close to both the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks was excellent to visit both parks and experience the outdoors. Friendly staff, good idea to order breakfast on request for guests. Nights were cold and we enjoyed the clean heated showers and the comfy beds. We also enjoyed evenings by the fire, the night sky with all stars is amazing!
A bit noisy with the highway close by but the location is amazing and after an active day it was not a problem to sleep.
I love camping so this stay was great since they already had everything you need set up. The bathrooms/ showers were better than expected. I was cozy despite the cold weather outside.
bed is very confortable
too cold to shower
too close to the highway, noisy very narrow bed, don't expect to sleep a lot !
What a wonderful concept . The staff could not be more accommodating . Myself being not the smallest of men had slight problems with the camp bed in the tee pee. I made mention of this and without hesitation was given an upgrade for my second night . So as to get a good nights sleep . The views were just stunning over the whole area .
If there has to be a downside it was the rumbling of the traffic on the nearby 191road situated near by .
The location was excellent Showers had hot water Staff was accommodating Views are spectacular (especially if there's a full moon)
Hard to find in the dark (look for the faint LED lights) Cots squeaked loudly (bring ear plugs)
Unfortuantely i can not rate the quality of sleep, for mother nature stepped in and forced evacuation due to gale force winds and continuous rain which flooded our tent. It was a bit of a bummer because the tent was great, the bed seemed to be comfortable and the bathroom facilities clean.
The fact that our vehicle was so far away from our tent site and that is where we were instructed to evacuate to, with the thunder and lightening, heavy wind and rain made it a little "trying" - possibly dangerous?
Quality, Cleanliness, Friendliness, Views, Setup
It was a great experience, I would love the price to be a little friendlier.. but it's MOAB. So there's a limit to those expectations.
location is perfect for visiting Arches, Canyonlands, and Dead Horse Point. it's closer than Moab, but just close enough where it's convenient to go shopping in town
The equipment like the lanterns and fans inside the tipi were very poor quality & malfunction should be expected, so it's very difficult to see anything once the sun sets. (we did bring flashlights) The tipi leaked and we put the trash can under the leak so that our floor wouldn't be a lake by the time we woke up and it filled 1/2 way up while we used towels to soak up the puddles. Wind makes the wet tipi hit you while you're in your confining sleeping bag, but moving to the center of the tipi means the rain would drip on you and your bedding. The price at $90-$100 per night for no electricity and no service when you ask for someone to help is another issue. Bathrooms were small and smelled bad, doors didn't close or lock on most of them. A system of allowing people to say it's occupied is necessary.
I stayed three nights end of September in the tipi and loved it. - general location close to Moab and the national parks - staff is helpful and guided me to some awesome hikes outside of the national parks which aren't so crowded - tipi tends are great (you can stand up straight inside) and functional - restrooms & showers are clean and functional - sky at night and the sunrise are priceless
- It is close to i191 so you're going to hear the cars at night
Gathering together round the campfire under the star sky
Nights can get cool, bring extra clothes
This is a well thought-out concept. It is in a great location, not far from Arches Nat'l Park and also very scenic. All the facilities are very clean and the evening bonfire led to a very, convivial, communal and comedic night's entertainment.
There were a couple of bathrooms, in which the locks were not operating, leading to a most embarrassing encounter. There also seemed to be times in the morning when there was no available hot water for showers.
We loved the whole experience and would strongly recommend it to others. The best way to see Arches.
If you are within 300 miles from Moab and have no tent with you, you have to come here! That was the real camping experience without packing and loading the car.
The location is a bit unconvenient: 10 miles from town and park, and too close to the highway
+ beautiful scenery + nice decor, felt clean + great glamping experience + good for one night stays + well lit areas at night + our tent also came with a tipi that has 3x twin beds + AT&T reception was good + staff was very nice and friendly + towels easily accessible near bathrooms + free water refills for your bottles + staff help bring luggage from car to your tent + located right off the freeway, a few miles from Arches + sleeping at night was fine with provided sheets
- too hot inside canvas during day, can't really relax/nap inside - temp inside closely feels like temp outside - 6x restrooms inside a big trailer within walkable distance - can't park next to your tent, must park in the lot - no wifi - no outlets - website says main desk can charge your devices if needed, but sign at front desk says $5 for the service - 5 of 6 of the bathrooms had non working exhaust fans - EXPENSIVE: next time I would choose the cheaper tipi
It's pretty expensive but you pay for the experience. Stargazing at night is romantic. The shared bathroom was cleaner than I thought.
You have to pull and hold a string in order to get continuous water supply during shower.
The idea is very interesting and nice; beds were comfortable and the night sky real nice. Breakfast was huge and good.
Price-performance ratio was too bad. At a normal campsite one would pay for the same comfort (which was pretty low) max. 15 Dollars per person. We expeted a lot more, especially since the homepage was so promising. Unfortunately the lady at the reception was not very friendly and helpful when we arrived which gave the whole thing another bad taste. It was very difficult to find the location in the first place since the sign is tiny and almost invisible at night. The whole project seemed to be more a nice try of some students than a serious accomodation facility.
Tipi well made Staff helpful& courteous Idea Concept great!
Hwy 191 NOISE prevalent & i am deep sleep person. Hard to find entrance to property at night. Explanation of shared bathroom was not as descriptive as it cud have been. Price point 1 person excess.
It was clean and well maintained.
The whole point of a place like this is to sleep under the stars in the peace and quiet of the dessert right? That's not going to happen here. 1) -100 yards from the highway! So be ready to listen to the peaceful sounds of trucks. 2) - They ran their generators all night long. UN-acceptable by any standard especially since customers don't even get electricity. 3) - They drive little golf carts around well into the night as people arrive. I don't see why they can't just walk people to their tent, but they feel a need to drive carts everywhere. You may say "golf carts are not so loud"... electric ones are not,,but these are gas and sound just like a lawn mower... On top of that they don't turn their headlights off, so your tent lights up like the sun every time they drive by your tent. Try sleeping through that. 4) - The bathrooms (trailers), are lit up with flood lights, so a large portion of the sky that we are "camping" to view.. is blocked by the brilliant flare of the bathrooms. 5) - the cots provided are cheap and tiny. I have a folding cot in the back of my car that is larger and more comfortable ($35 from wal-mart). And for this lovely accommodation you get to pay the price of a standard hotel (much much more if you get their delux tents). Do yourself a favor and take your money to wal-mart, buy a tent and cot both of which will be larger and more comfortable. Then you can have a proper quiet night under the stars. p.s. they even have the gall to charge $5 if you wish to charge your phone. You get to listen to their generators roar all night, but apparently you still have to pay extra if you wish to benefit from them.
Comfortable bed. No power.