Silver Sage Inn

840 South Main Street, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States
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Looking for a Outdoor / Campfire night experience, Moab area

by chrisswfc

Hi, will be spending a 3 nights in Moab this summer with wife and 2 adolescent kids. Looking for an "outdoor experience" type evening, BBQ, dinner around the campfire, typical "cowboy stuff" (at least as we English/French think of it!). Not really into basic camping, but would be really grateful for any suggestions. Thanks.

Re: Looking for a Outdoor / Campfire night experience, Moab area

by goodfish

I love the Moab area!
Did some looking around and this is the closest thing I can find to a "cowboy supper" experience:

It looks a little cheesy, and dinner isn't outdoors but I'll keep looking!

Here's a link to Moab's visitor's site

Moab isn't really a wild west/cowboy sort of town - it's more of a draw for young adults into biking (it's the slickrock biking capital of the world), river rafting and outdoor sports. It's also, of course, a lodging place for visitors to nearby Arches and Canyonlands NP. We found the resident vibe to be on the young, athletic and rather alternative side.

Oh, if you haven't booked accommodations yet, take a look at Red Cliff Lodge - that's on a ranch and has a distinctly Western bent.

Re: Looking for a Outdoor / Campfire night experience, Moab area

by bocmaxima

There are a couple of places on the river north of town like that. This would probably work for you:

Re: Looking for a Outdoor / Campfire night experience, Moab area

by goodfish

Looks like we had the same idea, Colin!! :)

Re: Looking for a Outdoor / Campfire night experience, Moab area

by Odinnthor

The "Cowboy Experience" is to be had at what are here called Dude Ranches, there a re a number of them in the state of Utah, but rather hard to find in Moab, although i would certainly check all venues already given. here is a list of all dude ranches in Utah, and a few more for further information.

The term dude ranch by the way comes from easterners travelling west were referred to as dudes in the wild west days. The term stuck to a point that when a visitor with no knowledge of ranch life but wanting to experience it, are also called dudes, - hence the term Dude ranch

Re: Looking for a Outdoor / Campfire night experience, Moab area

by sdcatraveler

You can definitely have a "camping" experience around a campfire without it being a "cowboy" experience. Moab is very dry and hot (depending on when you go) and is mainly and outdoors-hiking, biking, climbing type of town. There are two grocery stores in town, so you can get some nice steaks from there and do a nice BBQ yourself around a campfire. There are a lot of camping/tenting areas. You can rent a "cabin" which is basically and enclosed small house that will serve as a tent with heating and there are centralized showers/bathrooms. There are also hotels in town if you decide that this isn't your type of thing to do. Have fun!

Travel Tips for Moab

Shower Access

by pagodas

If you need to clean off the red dirt that accumlates on your skin, the Texaco gas station in town has a pay-shower. Something like $5 bucks. It has several showers, hot water, etc. Locals are very nice people. Unique and friendly, doing their own thing...happy to steer people to whatever their interests are. There are some funky shops, bakery with Wifi, bookstores, eateries.

For All the Informatin You Need

by KimberlyAnn

Visit the Moab Information Center on Center and Main to pick up driving tours, information on concession tours, and other activities. The friendly personnel will be happy to help you with your questions. For on line help visit the following web site for information on the nearby national parks, restaurants, tours, maps, and general visitor information including a comprehensive list of lodging and their web links. This site will also cover your sporting needs describing ways to enjoy river adventures, mountain biking, hiking trails, 4X4 adventures, and guided tours.

Visit Arches National Park. ...

by colemanl

Visit Arches National Park. You'll have to drive to make it through all of the sights, but if you want to see the arches up close you'll need to do a little hiking. There are 11 trails that range from .4 miles/.6 km toabout 4 miles/7 km. You can find out more by visiting their site online at Walking the main strip in search of souvenirs, native amercan jewelry and arts and crafts.

Matrimony Springs

by Etoile2B

Many of the Moab residents I met along the way relayed the legend of Matrimony Springs to me. According to legend anyone who drinks from the spring will continue to return to Moab for the rest of your life. The water that issues forth from the spring begins its journey to Moab as snowmelt from the La Sal Mountains and travels underneath the red rock all the way to Matrimony Springs. The water makes the majority of its journey underground and the slickrock acts as a natural filter so the water that emerges from the spring is naturally purified and completely drinkable. It has virtually no taste and people travel from all over with large vats to transport the water back home with them. Although we passed up the spring a couple times before finding it, it was worth the effort. The head of the spring has been protected (due to vandalism) with the instillation of a spigot through which the water flows constantly. As you head out of Moab on highway 191 (heading north toward Arches National Park and I-70) turn right onto highway 128. Matrimony Springs is located approximated ΒΌ mile up hwy 128 on the right hand side (opposite of the Colorado River). I plan on returning to Moab again and again as the legend promises.

A must have if you plan on going 4-wheelin'

by madmax79

Buy the book "Guide to Moab, UT Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails" by Charles A. Wells. The $27 spent on this book salvaged my trip. It is incredibly informative and detailed. All trails are mapped out and logged by obstacles and interesting points. All you have to do is set your odometer at the start of each trail and you won't be disappointed!


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Address: 840 South Main Street, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States