Riverside Inn Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

988 North Main Street, formerly Best Inn Moab, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
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13
Very Good
40%
32
Average
22%
18
Poor
7%
6
Terrible
12%
10

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Similarly priced and rated as other 2 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples56
  • Solo57
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Moab tent camping

by souperpete

We will be coming to Moab 1st week of August-where can we tent camp showers/shade/quiet-best suggestion
also any must do hikes or activities
I know it will be hot

RE: Moab tent camping

by JenP

If you can get to Arches National Park early enough in the morning to snag a spot, their campground is beautiful. Most sites have a tree or two for shade (plus the giant rock formations surrounding the campground give you lots of places to find cover), and the sites are nicely separated and private.

The biggest issue with the Arches campground is that it's all the way at the far end of the park, so if you're looking to do a lot of traveling outside Arches, it's a long drive in and out each time.

Re: Moab tent camping

by debgthomas

We camped in Moab a number of years ago. We stayed at a campgroung called Spanish Trails. It had grassy sites where you actually set up your tents. Everywhere else had gravel tent sites. Check them out online. It looks like they have gone more towards the RV market, but see if they have any designated tent sites.

Travel Tips for Moab

Moab Visitors Center

by Etoile2B

Smack dab on the corner of Main Street and Center Street is the Moab Information Center. Here you can find books, postcards, maps, national park passes, etc. The staff is well versed in Moab, Arches and the surrounding areas. They're happy to answer all your questions and offer advice to travelers. I think any first time visitor to Moab would benefit from a trip to the Visitor's Center.
http://www.discovermoab.com/ Mom and I had been told by several locals the story and location of the legendary Matrimony Springs, but we were having difficulty finding it and started to think that the residents of Moab were pulling our leg. On our way out of town we stopped by the visitors center one last time to see if they could help us find it. Not only is it a real place, it is exactly where everyone had told to look, we had just missed it. But we probably wouldn't have been able to find it if the woman at the Visitor's Center hadn't been so helpful and explicit with her directions.

Drop into the peace tree Juice...

by fisheagle

Drop into the peace tree Juice Cafe. Oh they have a great selection of good and healthy juices. It reminded me of Victoria Falls town. This town was a busy little town. Cycling and rafting are top activities. Lots of little cute shops to go into and explore. The people were very helpful.

Experience the bombardment of...

by worldtrekker

Experience the bombardment of jeeps and 4X4's in Moab during the Easter Jeep Safari. This is sponsored by Red Rock 4-Wheelers, Inc, P.O. Box 1471, Moab UT 84532-1471. I happened to be in Moab during the Jeep Safari week in '97 and it was overwhelming how overrun the town became with all types of 4X4's. The safari is organized and there are certain trails that are driven on particular days. I didn't take part in the safari but it was still exciting to be there. Accommodation will be difficult to find so book early if you will be there at that time. If you want to rent a 4X4, book that early as well. Photo: At one of the viewpoints in the Islands in the Sky District (Canyonlands National Park).

Canyon County Zephyr Environmental Paper

by BruceDunning

I am not here to promote the theme of preserving the beauty of the West, and intrusion by developers, but believe all in the globe should read some of the history and evolution of Jim Stiles and Edward Abbey trying to get the message out what is happening to this Southwest area as a microcosm of what it still in store to come.
The history of Stiles following the modus operandi of Ed Abbey, one of the first to try and stop tourism development taking over the pristine nature out there. Both were Rangers at Arches Park. The Zephyr is now on line only, because of the economy ads dried up in Moab, and the town has the same problem. Stiles is against the RV's, ATV's, and mountain bikes tearing up the terrain, and judging from what I saw, he is right on. Most should stay in designated spots for adventure, but not all do that and the earth does not repair itself out here.

Packing List

by basstbn

If you are off to the nearby National Parks like everyone else, be aware that you won't find much shade, so dress appropriately. A hat is very helpful. Plenty of water is a must. Don't forget the sunscreen. It's extremely bright. Slow speed film is called for if you are using a 35mm camera.

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Address: 988 North Main Street, formerly Best Inn Moab, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States