Moab Vacation Rentals and Cabins

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Make Moab your next getaway

Pick up a desert adventure with Moab vacation rentals. Here, you’ll find the perfect home base to explore Utah’s iconic red rock formations and dinosaur dig sites at both Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. Pro tip: The area’s wide-open skies make for fantastic stargazing.

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Solano Vallejo 3347
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Solano Vallejo 3347 - Moab, UT

$186 avg / night
Rim Village D4
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Rim Village D4 - Moab, UT

$192 avg / night
Coyote Run 1
3 Bedroom | 3.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Coyote Run 1 - Moab, UT

$271 avg / night
Sunny Acres Cabin
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Sunny Acres Cabin - Moab, UT

$133 avg / night
Solano Vallejo 3352
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Solano Vallejo 3352 - Moab, UT

$178 avg / night

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Recent Moab guest reviews

Great location, clean, excellent communication
Lisa J. | Jun 2024
We loved this house! Perfect for a family of three.
Julia S. | Jun 2024
Lots of amenities. In addition to the ice machine in the refrigerator, they also have an extra ice machine which we loved. Lovely home. We all thoroughly enjoyed it.
Robin R. | Jun 2024
Moab vacation rental FAQ

Yes, 23 of our Moab homes allow dogs—so feel free to bring Fido along. (Just make sure to check individual home listings for any limits on the number and size of dogs they allow).

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Yes. 79 of our Moab vacation rentals have internet access, so you can stay connected throughout your trip.

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Some of the most popular amenities in our Moab vacation rentals include:

Our standard check-in time is 4:00 p.m., and the check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Some exceptions apply—after you book, you’ll find check-in and check-out details in the Vacasa guest app or your Trip Manager.

Absolutely. Our local Moab team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.

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No worries, plans change. Read over our cancellation policy for more information. And if you currently have a Vacasa reservation for Moab, log in to Trip Manager to see options available for your specific trip.

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Explore our Moab, UT, vacation rentals

Open skies, beautiful landscapes, and boundless outdoor recreation await with Moab vacation homes. Surrounded by two National Parks, jutting red rock cliffs, and the Colorado River, it's no wonder Moab is known as the Adventure Capital of the United States. Sightsee and explore with activities for all ages, whether hiking, biking, horseback riding, white water rafting, or an off-roading tour. 

In downtown Moab, you’ll find restaurants, coffee shops, breweries, parks, and museums. Book your stay with a spacious family home or pet-friendly condo rental, with amenities like hot tubs, mountain views, pools, and more. Let the adventure begin on your next trip to Utah.

Where is Moab, UT?

Just south of stunning Arches National Park and the Colorado River in Southern Utah, Moab is far enough from big cities to feel truly immersed in nature. Quiet La Sal and gorgeous Canyonlands National Park are about 30 miles away, while Dead Horse Point State Park is just west as well, making our Moab vacation rentals and cabins the perfect spot to curb your craving for adventure. 

Outdoor recreation in Moab, UT

The entrance to magnificent Arches National Park is just five miles north of Moab, right off Highway 191. The Visitor Center is a fun place to stop and learn more about the stone arches found all over the park. There are many hiking trails in Arches National Park, half of which are easy enough for all ages.

Canyonlands National Park is a little more of a drive from Moab, but definitely worth it for expansive views of the Colorado and Green Rivers weaving their way through the slate canyons. Although Dead Horse Point State Park may seem small in comparison to its National Park neighbors, it's one place you absolutely must see. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the sheer beauty seen from overlooks and enjoy a nice hike or bike through the park. Visit nearby Newspaper Rock and see remains of the native culture in ancient petroglyphs etched in sandstone.

Although taking to the trail around this absolutely enchanting area can consume every moment of vacation, you might make time for other heart-pumping excitement, like mountain biking the famous Slickrock Trail, which takes you across smooth Navajo sandstone and offers a breathtaking overlook of the Colorado River. Other popular outdoor activities include rock climbing, 4-Wheel Driving,  Hummer Safari, skydiving, and zip lining at Moab Adventure Center. For unique, encompassing vistas, book a sunset hot air balloon ride and fly to the sky.

Water activities in Moab, UT

With the Colorado River close at hand, you'll definitely want to take a day or more to cool off and splash in the water. If you want someone to take all the stress of planning off your hands, simply book a rafting trip through a company like Adrift Adventures. Don't stress if a multi-day rafting adventure doesn't work for your group, though - there are plenty of other options, such as half-day trips to The "Daily" (an area northeast of Moab called Fisher Towers that is great for first-time rafters or short trips).

If rafting isn't your thing, pack a picnic lunch and park yourself on the shores of the river to play, or try out Ken's Lake Recreation Area just south in scenic Spanish Valley for kayaking, paddleboarding,  swimming, fishing, and more. The Moab Recreation and Aquatic Center is a brand new, 24,000 square-foot indoor and outdoor facility where all ages can enjoy plummeting down waterslides, swimming laps in the competition pool, and jumping off the high-dive. 

Activities in Downtown Moab, UT

On those rare occasions you need a break from the great outdoors, take to one of Moab's fun indoor activities. Impress your travel companions with your bowling skills at Gravel Pit Lanes, then follow your strikes up with dinner at Sunset Grill if you're looking for fine dining or Sweet Cravings Bakery and Bistro for a more laid back meal. Even if food trucks aren't necessarily your thing, you won't want to miss catching Quesadilla Mobilla somewhere around town during your stay. Take a stroll through the heart of Moab on the Mill Creek Parkway and stop off at galleries, southwestern jewelry, and art shops, and grab a cool treat at Moyo frozen yogurt.

Of course, this fossil-filled town wouldn't be complete without the perfect Moab Rock Shop. Visitors could easily spend hours pouring over petrified wood, fossils (including dinosaur bones and teeth), minerals, and more. And this is just the spot to find that much-needed souvenir to remind you of an incredible stay at one of our cozy cabin or condo rentals in Moab.

What are the best hiking trails in Moab?

Loved by locals and travelers alike, Moab has a trove of hiking trails worth checking out. Lace up your boots and head out to Mill Creek North Fork Trailhead, Corona Arch, Dinosaur Tracks Trail, Mesa Arch Trail, and Dead Horse Rim Loop Trail.

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