Caravan Rental with Flexible Delivery for a Camping Experience in the Moab Area of UtahMoab, Utah (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This charming caravan rental can be delivered to any campsite in the Moab Area, Utah, and is ideal for a unique camping getaway. It sleeps a total of five guests as it has two bedrooms. All linens and towels are kindly supplied by the hosts for guests' convenience.
The caravan has a full bathroom to offer guests plenty of privacy. The spacious floorplan means guests will have plenty of room to move about and there are many modern amenities including heating and air conditioning so that guests are comfortable. The caravan has a unique outdoor kitchen space though dining can be enjoyed inside at the table on rainy days. There is also a TV for entertainment after an amazing day of fun.
Two lawn chairs are provided so that guests can sit outside under the stars. Read More
- Air conditioning
- Dining table
- Linens provided
- Private bathroom
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Towels provided
- Twin/Single Bed
Inside the rental, guests will be able to relax in style thanks to various amenities such as air conditioning and heating. The hosts provide all linens and towels for guests and the kitchen is stocked with many utensils to ensure that meal prep is a breeze.
A sewage hose is provided for guests staying in a full hookup park. There is also a power awning with lights.
- Dining room
Location + Surroundings
This amazing rental offers guests the perfect chance to explore the state of Utah as they have the option of which park they would like to caravan delivered to. There are many RV parks in the state of Utah and the hosts are happy to help glampers pick the best one, though OKRV park comes strongly recommended.
The area of Moab is known for its magnificent sandstone cliffs and its expansive national parks, all of which guests will be able to explore. Arches National Park encompasses 76,528 acres of parkland that boasts some of the most remarkable geological formations in the West, including gigantic balanced rocks, soaring spires, towering pinnacles, and more than 2,000 sandstone arches.
Just a short distance from here, guests will find Canyonlands National Park—the largest national park in the entire state of Utah. This park is home to the Island in the Sky—a massive mesa whose sheer sandstone cliffs rise 1,000 feet over the parkland below. From the top of the mesa, guests can enjoy magnificent views extending 100 miles in every direction.
Wherever guests decide to stay, the caravan is the perfect base and there is sure to be plenty to do. Read More
- Bird watching
- Paddle boarding
- Wildlife viewing
Depending on their chosen location, activities will vary. However, Utah is known for its stunning rural setting and the Moab area boasts countless things to see and do. At Arches National Park, glampers can explore a spectacular landscape of more than 2,000 arches and other geological formations on 14 different hiking trails. These trails encompass a range of difficulty levels, from the undemanding, short-distanced Balanced Rock loop trail to the difficult, seven-mile Devils Garden Primitive Loop.
Guests can also go on guided walks and hikes with park rangers, and they can go on a variety of hiking, van, bus, 4x4, and photography tours with more than a dozen local companies.
At Canyonlands National Park, guests will find even more hiking trails, including four easy trails, five moderate difficulty trails, and nine difficult trails. This park is also a popular location for mountain biking, with the White Rim Road providing a 100-mile track winding around the Island in the Sky.
Guests can go horseback riding on Ken's Lake Trail, Pack Creek Trail, Seven Mile Canyon Trail, Onion Creek Trail, with rides ranging from two to four and a half hours. Custom trail rides on the Moab Desert and along the Colorado River are also available through Moab Horses at Hauer Ranch.
For birdwatching, guests will find a variety of scenic birding locations, including Moon Flower Canyon, La Sal Mountain Loop Road, Fisher Mesa, Negro Bill Canyon, Colorado River Scenic Byway, and the Matheson Wetlands at the Scott M Matheson Preserve. At the latter's 875-acre wetland area, more than 225 bird species have been spotted, including plumeous vireos, indigo buntings, and yellow-breasted chats.
For exploring the geological formations of the landscape up-close, guests can go bouldering near the Big Bend Campground and along the Moab Canyon Pathway, canyoneering at Granary Canyon and Morning Glory, and climbing at numerous sites, such as the River Road Dihedrals, with guided climbs available through local companies such as Moab Base Adventures.
Other possibilities include skydiving with Sky Dive Moab, ATV riding with High Point Hummer and ATV, ballooning with Canyonlands Ballooning, and zip-lining with Raven's Rim Zipline Adventures.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
Pets and smoking are not permitted.
Guests must book a pitch at the RV site separately, before renting the caravan. Then, guests must inform the hosts of location and delivery times.
Keys can be placed in a lock pad so that guests have flexibility on check-in.
Free delivery within 15 miles of Moab and $2.00 per extra mile handled separately. Read More