Where to stay, eat, and other information…
Moab Rafting and Canoe Company is located at 420 Kane Creek Blvd., Moab, Utah 84532. Turn on Kane Creek Blvd. from the McDonald’s on Main Street.
Options on how to get to Moab, Utah:
– Drive your own car. Moab is located along Hwy 191, about 30 miles south of I-70.
– Fly to Grand Junction, Colorado (100 miles from Moab) and rent a car. Thrifty Car Rental has a no-charge drop-off between Moab and Grand Junction. Call (801) 259-7317 or (970) 243-7556.
– Fly to Salt Lake City (SLC), Utah (240 miles from Moab) and get a connecting flight. You can also rent a car in SLC and drive to Moab, but to our knowledge, none of the car rental agencies out of SLC offer a no-charge drop-off option in Moab. A shuttle service from SLC is available with Bighorn Express. Contact them at (888) 655-RIDE or on the net at utahshuttle.com.
WHERE SHOULD WE STAY?
Here are a few suggestions that have been popular with our guests. Or, call the Grand County Visitor Center at (800) 635-6622, for a complete listing.
-Rustic Inn (435) 259-6177 in the middle of town. Walk to it all. Did I say older but clean and a pool?
-Bowen Motel (435) 259-7132 on Main Street, right downtown.
-Apache Motel (435) 259-5727 old, clean, and where John Wayne stayed. Cool and a pool.
-Lazy Lizard Hostel (435) 259-6057 cheap and a kitchen. Walk-up showers too.
-Up the Creek Campground (435) 260-1888 for tent campers, in the center of town along Mill Creek, showers and shade.
WHERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO EAT?
– Moab Diner: can you beat diner food? Breakfast anytime!
– Paradox Pizza: pizza by the slice, too.
– Fiesta Mexicana: best Mexican Food in Moab!
– Moab Brewery: food with that beer?
-Singha Thai: great Thai food and mango sticky rice!
– Red Cliffs Lodge (The Cowboy Grill): best view with dinner, off the Colorado River gazing at the Fisher Towers!