Moab is famous for its signature red-tinged backcountry and abundant outdoor recreational activities, making it one of the nation’s most cherished vacation spots. Whether you’re looking for a romantic escape with your significant other, a fun-filled holiday with a group of friends, or a wholesome vacation with loved ones, Moab is the ultimate destination. As you prepare for your Moab getaway, here’s what to expect from our Moab jacuzzi rentals.
Regardless of your travel group’s size, your choice of accommodation goes a long way in determining the quality of your vacation experience. While in Moab, look to Arches Vacation Rentals for the city’s best holiday homes. We offer many vacation rentals with ample amenities, including properties with jacuzzis where you can unwind after a long day in Moab’s outdoors. Our rentals range from studios for up to four guests to four-bed rentals that accommodate 12 people. All our rentals lie within Moab, offering seamless access to the city’s multiple attractions.
Camping at Dead Horse Point State Park
Get an unparalleled feel for Moab’s outdoors at Dead Horse Point State Park as you camp on its expansive desert landscape. The park has two campgrounds, Kayenta Campground and Wingate Campground, which offer electrical hookups, modern washrooms, dump stations, and shaded shelters. The park’s pet-friendly policy lets you tag your furry friend for the experience. Dead Horse Point State Park offers breathtaking panoramic views of Moab’s sculpted buttes and rock formations, making it the ultimate camping paradise.
Moab’s massive landscape offers hundreds of miles of scenic trails, making it a hiking haven. Park Avenue Trail and Landscape Arch Trail feature sub-one-hour routes, ideal for beginners. If you’re looking for a slightly longer hiking experience, try Grandstaff Canyon Trail or Dark Angel as you explore more of Moab’s beauty. The Syncline Loop in Canyonlands National Park offers a sturdy hiking challenge as it cuts through a boulder field along its 7.9-mile route. With over 200 trails to explore, Moab offers hiking trips for all levels of hikers.
Moab has acres of space teeming with miles of thrilling biking trails if you prefer exploring on two wheels. The Raptor Route in the Sand Flats Recreation Area features a ten-mile route with relatively easy downhill and uphill sections, perfect for a laidback ride. The Confluence Overlook Trail in Canyonlands National Park also features a ten-mile course traversing through dry and open terrain with an elevation gain of 1,300 feet, making it one of Moab’s more moderate biking trails. If you’re looking for a full-day biking journey, try the Hurrah Pass and tackle its almost 20-mile course, with jaw-dropping views at Kane Creek Canyon.
One of the best ways to enjoy Moab’s backcountry is on a Jeep tour. The standout benefit of Jeep excursions is they allow you to explore more expansive areas of Moab in shaded comfort. Dan Mick’s Jeep Tours is a household name in Moab, offering four Jeep tours, including a morning, afternoon, sunset, and full-day excursion. The best part is you can customize your tour experience by choosing from 24 trails, their favorite being the half-day adventure to Hell’s Revenge. The tours can accommodate passengers of all ages, making them ideal for wholesome family fun.
Take to the Moab outdoors in an exciting two-and-a-half-hour self-drive tour in Hell’s Revenge. During the trip, you’ll drive a 4-person Kawasaki Teryx 4 behind a professional guide over arduous terrain with steep inclines and descents. The guides offer educational facts on the landscape’s history, adding to the tour’s scenic beauty. The excursion includes bottled water, although you can bring snacks to nibble on as you journey. Choose from a morning, afternoon, or sunset drive and relish epic views of Abyss Canyon, the Colorado River, Negro Bill Canyon, and the famous La Sal Mountain Range.
Hot Air Balloon Rides
Hot air balloon rides give you a one-of-a-kind view of Moab’s red rocky expanse as air currents carry along the open skies. Red Rock Ballooning is one of Moab’s most renowned ballooning companies, offering scenic flights over the Moab desert. Pilot Jimmy Peterson has eight years of flight experience, delivering a safe and professional journey for you and yours. The flights begin at sunrise when the air is calm, giving you unique panoramic views of the gorgeous sun-kissed landscape. Red Rock Ballooning will provide water, but you can bring your food and water.
Moab’s night sky is a wonder to behold, largely thanks to the area’s remoteness, shielding it from the effects of light pollution. Arches National Park is one of the best spots for stargazing, with over 2,000 sandstone arches providing a stunning backdrop as the twinkling stars shine away. Another popular spot for stargazing is Canyonlands National Park, as Natural Bridges experiences nearly no light pollution. Dead Horse Point State Park offers sweeping sky views, granting panoramic views of the glistening stars in all their glory. As you plan for your stargazing escapade, dress in warm layers to keep out the chill and carry a red flashlight to maintain high rhodopsin levels for a better viewing experience.
Diverse Culinary Options
Treat your taste buds to Moab’s finest culinary delights at any of the city’s diverse eateries. Relish tasty Mexican cuisine at Quesadilla Mobilla and sample popular dishes such as Enchanted Chicken, Southern Belle, and Fiery Fungus. Jailhouse Cafe is the ultimate breakfast spot, with outstanding servings of coffee, waffles, eggs & bacon, and ginger pancakes. If you’re looking for a fine dining experience, Desert Bistro offers exquisite main courses and five-star service, perfect for special occasions. Satisfy your sweet tooth at Sweet Cravings Bakery + Bistro and enjoy their diverse pastry options, including cookies, pies, and brownies.
Delve into Moab’s rich history and culture at Moab Museum as you explore the facility’s exhibits and programs. The museum offers eight permanent displays, including First People, Settlers, and Moab Beginnings & Development. Visit the photo archive and enjoy a visual presentation of Moab over the decades, including past photos of Moab’s streets. Moab Museum also has several current and past exhibits to showcase Moab’s stories and educate visitors on the city’s journey.
Book Your Moab Jacuzzi Rentals
Moab’s natural beauty and umpteen outdoor and indoor attractions make it one of America’s most popular vacation destinations. Whether celebrating your love with your partner, taking a holiday with your favorite band of friends, or treating your loved ones to a thrilling escape, Moab is the ultimate destination. Soar to the sky in a heart-throbbing hot air balloon ride, conquer the terrain in a self-drive tour, or enjoy a sumptuous meal at any of the city’s delightful eateries when staying in our Moab rentals With Jacuzzis.
As you plan your vacation in this Beehive State gem, secure your rental early at Arches Vacation Rentals and choose from our impressive collection of holiday homes. We offer multiple high-end rentals with jacuzzis, ideal for a soothing soak after your Moab city escapades. Our properties feature ample amenities, including cozy living spaces, well-equipped kitchens, modern bedrooms, and elegant bathrooms, giving you a comfortable and functional lodging space. Contact us today to secure your Moab vacation rental and relish the thrill of Utah’s backcountry in the city’s finest luxury accommodation.