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What’s New

Bega Metzner Elected to Prestigious AFCI Board– Our local Film Commissioner is in the news! Read more…

A Holiday Guide to Moab– With off-season rates making our hotels irresistibly affordable, and an array of retail shops and restaurants welcoming visitors year-round, there’s no better time to bask in the festive atmosphere. Read more…

Arches Timed Entry Reservation System Announced for 2024– Between April 1, 2024 and October 31, 2024 Arches National Park is implementing a Pilot Timed Entry Reservation System. Read more…

Free Art Trails & Restaurant Pass– Discover Moab’s vibrant art and culinary scenes with our FREE Restaurant and Art Trails Pass. Unlock the best of Moab’s culture, savor exquisite cuisine, and earn prizes and exclusive discounts along the way! Learn more…

New Non-resident OHV Permit Requirements for 2023– Non-resident OHV Permits can only be purchased online. Utah also now requires all OHV operators to complete the Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Education Course online. Read more…

Moab Area Transit– The Moab Area Transit (MAT) pilot program is a new, fare-free, transit service in the City of Moab. Read more…

The Holidays in Moab

Welcome to Moab

Welcome to Moab, Utah, where Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are just a part of the breathtaking red rock landscapes that surround this stunning destination. Combining small-town hospitality with unparalleled natural beauty and the cool waters of the Colorado River, Moab has become one of the most sought-after destinations in the American Southwest.

As you explore the unique scenery of Moab, take time to relax and enjoy the welcoming hospitality of this charming resort town. Thanks to its perfect climate, Moab attracts year-round outdoor events and festivals, while the downtown business district has responded with an array of restaurants, microbreweries, shops, and galleries. Whether you’re in the mood for regional southwestern cuisine or world-class gourmet fare, Moab’s diverse culinary scene is sure to satisfy any palate. And for those looking for a souvenir to remember their visit, the downtown shops offer a great selection of southwestern arts and jewelry, t-shirts, and much more to browse through at your leisure.

Moab, Utah

Preserving Nature’s Masterpiece

America’s national parks are truly crown jewels, evoking awe and wonder in visitors from around the world. While Moab’s iconic national parks, Arches and Canyonlands, draw many visitors, our public lands extend far beyond these two parks. From scenic rivers and forests to a state park and thousands of square miles of ruggedly beautiful Bureau of Land Management land, the town of Moab is surrounded by natural wonders that are waiting to be explored.

In Moab, even the smallest desert pothole is home to a vast array of unique and beautiful creatures, each playing a vital role in the ecosystem that surrounds them. So, next time you’re exploring this breathtaking landscape, take a moment to pause and reflect on the intricate and delicate balance of life that exists all around you. By taking the time to appreciate Nature’s Masterpiece, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the beauty and complexity of the ecosystem that so many people overlook. Whether you’re an avid naturalist or just someone who loves to explore the outdoors, there’s always more to discover if you’re willing to look a little closer. So go ahead, take a deep breath, and immerse yourself in the wonders of Moab’s desert ecosystem.

Our commitment to preserving and protecting our environment is unwavering. We strongly believe that everyone can play a role in creating a sustainable future for our planet, and we invite you to join us in this mission. We love that you’re here to experience the beauty of Moab, but we also ask that you love it like you live here. Together, we can ensure that future generations will be able to enjoy these natural wonders just as we do today.

We invite you to check out our constantly expanding series of science and nature videos, which showcase the fragile beauty of Moab’s desert landscape and lesser-known experiences.

Art Trails and Restaurant Pass

Moab Information Center

Moab Information Center
25 E Center St (Corner of Main and Center Streets)
7 Days/Week
8:00 am – 4:00 pm (through November 25th)
9:00 am – 4:00pm (starting November 26th)
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas

Once you arrive in Moab, your first stop should be the Moab Information Center (MIC). Conveniently located at the corner of Main and Center Street in Moab, the MIC offers information on recreational opportunities and visitor services throughout southeastern Utah. Allow some time for the interpretive displays and large gift shop featuring guide books, maps, videos, videos, postcards, and much more.

Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission

Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission

Become a part of southeastern Utah’s rich film history and choose this stunning location for your next project!

The Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission holds the title of the longest running film commission in the world. Established 1949. We are here to facilitate whatever your production needs may be!

Utah’s competitive incentive program offers a fully refundable tax credit of up to 25% on in-state spend, which helps you cut production costs without sacrificing quality.

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