Moab is one of the premier outdoor destinations in all of Utah. Located in Grand County, it lies on the eastern border of southern Utah, a mere 15 miles from Colorado. Average temps reach over 90 degrees F in the summer months, and down into the 20’s in the winter. Moab averages just under 10″ of precipitation a year, receiving 7 inches of that in snowfall.
The hallmark of Moab is it’s stunning red rock. Butting up against the Colorado river, Moab lies nestled in between the world-famous Arches National Park to the north, and Canyonlands National Park to the southwest.
If this sounds like a dream come true to you, then this could be an ideal location for your cabin. Take a look at the listings below, and send us a quick email to let us know. Remember, we have access to many more properties in the area than just what appears here. This is just a small sampling.
(You can also search through Moab cabin rentals, or learn more about Moab in general.)
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Moab Cabin Rentals
Booking a rental cabin in Moab is a fantastic idea. Here, you and your group can explore world-famous mountain biking trails (including the always popular “Slickrock”), float lazily down the Colorado river, and simply be awed by the red rock for days.
The most user-friendly and comprehensive site we have found for booking cabin rentals in Moab is Flipkey (by Tripadvisor). Choose from amenity-rich newer cabins, small and simple, or anything in between.
Things to Do In Moab Utah
Fishing – There are a handful of places that you can fish in Moab. The Colorado River, Ken’s Lake, Warner & Oowah lakes in the nearby La Sal Mountains, and Mill Creek.
River Rafting – The Colorado river is acclaimed for it’s river rafting. Choose from guided tours or go on your own. The Fisher Towers section is great for family whitewater adventures, and Westwater and Cataract Canyon are great for a more intense whitewater experience.
Moab Camping – Camp in the nearby Arches National Park, Canyonlands, Dead Horse Point, or any of the national forests or BLM land. There are also some great commercial campsites that offer more amenities such as showers, RV hookups, etc. Info here.
Hiking – The hiking trails in Moab range from easy to hard, from a couple hours to several days, and span all kinds of terrain. Many are pet-friendly as well. Amphitheater Loop, Corona Arch, Fisher Towers, Hunter Canyon, Hidden Valley, and many more.
Biking – Moab is full of mountain biking trails. Gemini Bridges, Amasa Back, Klondike Bluffs, Slickrock, Porcupine Rim, and several others. Tons more info on the best Moab biking trails here.