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Moab Under Canvas
13784 North Highway 191, Moab, UT 84532 – 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! 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, Family 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.
Cards accepted at this property
Moab Under Canvas accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.
Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Very Comfy Bed Great Views The staff
Some noise from the road Distance from town and restaurants Hard to find in the dark!
Wonderful adventure to sleep in tipis, good location near Arches National Park
Loved being in the middle of the desert with an amazing view. The beds were really comfy. Best sleep I had had in a long time! Staff was really nice and helpful
Mosquito's! There is a whole around the stove pipe that opens up to the outside and the mosquitos had No problem finding their way inside the tent. They just need to fix that and all would be perfect!
We had one of the luxury tents and we had a wonderful view from our tent. For people that love camping but also want some comfort this is the perfect place!
Do this if a "luxury tent" sounds romantic to you or if you want to camp for a night without having your own tent with you.
Sleeping in a luxury tent sounds romantic but it amounts to having tiny single beds and washing yourself in a tiny trailer. Futhermore, when there is a lot of wind, it seems like your tent will blow away and you won't sleep much because of the terrible noise. Likewise, value-for-money is terrible: you can sleep in a nice motel with more luxury for less money and you can camp (if you bring your own tent), having the same luxury, for a lot less money!
Tent was great and so was the desert view ...
A bit close to the road - the road noise was intrusive in the morning.
Went to Moab under canvas in July (1 adult 2 kids) the place is very nice and quiet even if our tent was close to the road the place is 5 minutes from the arches national park entrance our safari tent was equipped with a king size bed and 2 camping beds The tents have a sprinkler brumisation system to cool down The heat . the toilets/showers are Spread around the camp they're clean and very functional. You have a pit fire and a place to eat close to the tent .overall it was a fun experience.
Made a reservation for 3 beds End up with a king size + 2 camps beds The breakfast list has no continental breakfast and only Some 3 eggs burrito s like or new age stuff (keep it simple ) We had a sprinkler problem couldn't shut it down completely The bed sheets deserved to be cleaner.
The view in the morning was great!
OK we had the suite but the price is too high anyway. However it was a great adventure for us, camping in a luxury way ... Too hot to stay in the area/tent during the day (in July).
Cute set up. Great views. Aside from everything being wet, the tents and beds were comfortable. We were there less than 7 hours.
It was pouring when we arrived (around midnight). We had to wait in our car for 45 minutes while the staff patched a leak in our tent and changed all of the bedding. Given our late check in, they had plenty of time to do this before we got there. My bed and comforter were damp. There were no sheets on my bed, only a mattress pad. The carpet was wet. The large bathroom did not have a zip on the tent so we couldn't use it. We had to use very tiny bathrooms in trailers.
- amazing location - camping without needing to carry the equipment etc - beautiful sunset - overall we're enjoyed it quite a bit
- too few toilets/showers for the size of the campground - existing toilets/showers could be cleaned more often: some were quite dirty/stinky - expensive for what it offers
Comfort was not too bad for a camping.
The beds were very comfortable, the bathroom facilities were close to our tent, very clean and odor free. Several breakfast options and the portions were substantial. Loved and hated the misters in the tent. Kept us cool, but..... See the negative remarks for the rest of the story.
The misters in the tent. While the staff told us the mist would turn yo water once the humidity reached a certain level, we all discarded the remark thinking that it never gets humid in Moab. What we did not realize is that half way through the night, while we slept, the mist did, indeed, turn to water and we were soaked in the morning. The beds were drenched, the rugs were drenched and, sadly, my brother's very nice, expensive DSLR camera was toast. It had been rained upon. Later in our stay I discovered there is a main control for all misters. Would have been nice for one of two things to happen....either the staff to specifically say "you will want to turn off the misters before you go to bed, otherwise your stuff will get wet and possibly ruined" instead of the explanation about humidity .....or....the misters should be turned off at night to avoid any unforeseen mishaps, such as the one we experienced. The other negative was the highway noise and a random guest's dog, who barked for a while at night. I would recommend ear plugs if those things bother you.
They carry your bags to your tent with a golf cart. They were experimenting with trying to get the misters working in the safari tents so they were a little off and on. I wasn't expecting there to even be misters so that actually was a pleasant surprise because they did end up getting them to work. It is a very romantic place to stay.
+ very good & clean facilities (especialliy for camping) + nicely arranged tents and a good view into the backcountry + the stuff was mostly nice an motivated + close to the NPs
"luxury camping" in this area is a good idea but the site is very noisy due to nearby highway (poor location) In the end it is camping and the tents are not very comftable. Next time we would choose a normal campground further away from the highway and way cheaper
Unique idea Very clean Great washrooms and shower facilities Great beds
Too Close to Hwy 191. Very noisy at night for sleeping
This was such a great way to camp! The first time I have ever camped comfortably. It is definitely worth the money, and on top of the wonderful views and comfort of the actual tent, the staff was so accomodating. They will treat you as if you are in a hotel, but you're outside. It's great! I've already recommended this place to all my friends and family!
The view was awesome, night temperatures terrific, mister operations confusing but still made a world of difference, as close to my fantasy of "Out of Africa" but with the realities of camping.
The bathrooms were nice enough if you could get past the smell. Just wished it would have been noted that they bathrooms are on wheels. It is understandable why the bathrooms are on wheels, which makes them very closed in and with very little breathing room, but based on the description, I expected bathrooms like you might have in a campground. Also was glad they have a charging location, feel they should include that charge as part of the fee versus an add-on, and wish we knew where "it" was when we arrived back at midnight and were afraid of disturbing our tent neighbors while we tried to find it. It was easier to go to bed and deal with charging else where.
Location – even though a little close to the highway, the views are magnificent – I recommend especially the sunrise, when the camp is quiet.
I couldn't sleep on this kind of bed – the metal frames are too short and way too narrow – I had to sleep on the floor. Restrooms / bathrooms – some were really dirty and stinky, others weren't – I guess it depends what time you go, wouldn't recommend late night.
Large canvas tents Beds Bathrooms
Location near highway
All aspects were fantastic! Enjoyed the friendly atmosphere around the campfire, the cleanliness of the accommodation and bathroom/shower facilities, pleasant & helpful staff, and cozy, attractive accommodation in the tent! Highlight of our trip!!!
Fantastic break from a vacation stacked with hotels or camping. Absolutely beautiful location. The staff has thought of everything, from a golf cart to help you get your luggage down the awesomely solar lit dirt path to the tents, to charging stations for your cell phones. Would definitely return, and cannot highly enough recommend.
Great beds. Tents looked sturdy enough (it was quite windy when we were there). The bathroom car was a bit decorated but sometimes needs a bit more frequent cleaning attention imho. Showers would best be separated from the toilets to liberate them faster.
The early morning staff was by far not as friendly as the evening staff.
a great fun way to see Moab. fabulous tents and amazingly cozy bed loved every second :) perfect for both parks...awesome!
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