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Explore Utah’s magical national parks with a stay in a Moab RV park

Moab RV parks provide an ideal base to discover the natural landmarks of Utah. RV parks in Moab give visitors the chance to explore not only the small city of Moab, but also the wider reaching areas of Utah and Nevada, which sits to the west.

About Moab RV parks

Many RV parks in Moab offer free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and even swimming pools. Showers, cable TV and playgrounds are also great for families. Full hookups and dump stations are located throughout the sites, making them practical and easy to use.

Moab city are placed in an enviable location at the edge of two national parks, the Arches and Canyonlands. If you’re ever in doubt, pop in to your RV park for maps, activity guides, and advice about the local area.

Arches National Park

With more than 2,000 sandstone arches, this national park is one of the most photographed parks in the USA – so don’t forget to bring your camera along! The world-famous Delicate Arch overlooks the Colorado River and provides the perfect location for biking, camping, hiking and Jeep tours.

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands is another popular park that’s located close to many Moab RV resorts. A large park which is split into four districts, Canyonlands is well-known for its varied landscape and range of outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking and backpacking.

Events

Moab city enjoys phenomenal annual events all year around, with Memorial Day weekend offering some of the best. This is when the Moab Arts Festival comes to town; art vendors offer up everything from jewelry to artisan pottery and sculpture. Later in the year it’s time to get your dancing shoes on as the Moab Folk Festival gets underway. Here you’ll find local talent as well as international folk stars.

Things to see

Got the kids with you The Mill Canyon dinosaur tracks are great for a family afternoon walk. This nature trail is a short hike of around ½ a mile, so you needn’t be the most expert of hikers to enjoy this trail.

Hotel Options in Moab

    Wingate by Wyndham Moab
    Holiday Inn Express & Suites Moab, an IHG Hotel
    La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Moab