Moab and Arches National Park

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Postby Scott P » Thu Mar 08, 2007 12:55 pm

I'm thinking about going there next weekend (3/15-3/17) but most hotels look booked or overpriced b/c of the marathon. Anyone have any other recommendations on places to stay?


Once you leave Moab, for the most part there isn't any private land for miles around (with a just few exceptions). There are designated camp sites along the COlorado River.

Moab also has a hostel; the Lazy Lizard if it's not booked (it may be).

http://www.lazylizardhostel.com/html/prices.html

For primitive camping, you can camp about anywhere other than along designated Sand Flats or the Colorado River, where you must stay in certain areas. Willow Springs Road is always a good bet.
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Postby mtgirl » Thu Mar 08, 2007 1:08 pm

CODave - There's a KOA Campground just a couple miles south of Moab. I stayed there when I ran the race last year and rented one of those camping cabins. Cheap, clean showers, and close to town.
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Postby CG_old » Thu Mar 08, 2007 1:36 pm

I've rented condos/houses from these folks before:

http://www.moabutahlodging.com/

So far, the places have been older homes and condos with kitchens, clean, in good condition. Good for a larger group or family.
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Postby ktimm » Thu Mar 08, 2007 2:41 pm

I'll be in the area this weekend as well. Weather looks great. Hope to do some hikes into Canyonlands.

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