Tourist Attractions

  • Discover Moab

    Discover Moab Moab will surround you with the warmth and hospitality of a small resort town at the center of the most stunning red rock landscapes on Earth.

  • Moab Calendar

    Moab Event Calendar Is a website dedicated to the events and tourist attractions throughout Moab. There is always something going on from Jeep Events, River Rafting to Art Festivals. Find out about it on this calendar.

  • Arches

    Arches National Park Is located just on the north corner of Moab, Utah as you drive through highway 191 off of I-70. Arches National Park is full of beautiful views and incredible rock formations.Home of Delicate Arch which is the background of most Utah license plates.

  • Canyonlands

    Canyonlands National Park Is located just south of Moab, Utah on highway 313. This national park is much like the more well known Grand Canyon. Full of red rock cliffs, deep valleys and the winding Colorado and Green Rivers which meet in the center of the park.

  • Dead Horse

    Dead Horse Point State Park Before the turn of the century, mustang herds ran wild on the mesas near Dead Horse Point. The unique promontory provided a natural corral into which the horses were driven by cowboys. The only escape was through a narrow, 30-yard neck of land controlled by fencing. Mustangs were then roped and broken, with the better ones being kept for personal use or sold to eastern markets. Unwanted culls of "broomtails" were left behind to find their way off the Point.

  • Slick Rock

    Slick Rock Is the place where most of Moab's "sprocketheads" spend their time. Its like a huge bmx ramp with better grip than the pavement on the roads. Although amateur bikers are welcome, be advised that SlickRock is truly a test of endurance and strength and can be extremely challenging. It has been called the "Mecca of mountain biking."

  • Newspaper Rock

    Newspaper Rock Is a collection of petroglyphs some up to 1000 years old. These designs were made by the prehistoric indians of the era, early Ute Indians and some by early white settlers.

  • Lake Powell

    Lake Powell - Glen Canyon Is a popular vacation spot for many local Utahns and tourists worldwide. It is 186 miles long with 1800 miles of shore line. It has 5 marinas were boats can either be rented or brought in.