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    Moab, Utah, United States
    Camp at Negro Bill campsite, use the free artesian well for free, delicious water, and bring your own booze. Stop in Fruita for the booze!
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    Moab, Utah, United States
    Nice rafting spot with Tag A Long Tour
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    Moab, Utah, United States

    Sorrel River Ranch Resort

    The Sorrel River Ranch is one of the most extraordinary hotels I've ever stayed at. Located approximately 17 miles east of downtown Moab, this working ranch is home to one of the finest restaurants in the area and is, in my opinion, one of the finest resorts in the United States. Quiet and out of the way, each room offers a spectacular view of the red rocks that make this area famous. The winding highway into the city is a relaxing and gorgeous drive. This is the place to come to if you want to get away from it all. The rooms are beautiful, luxurious and cabin-like. And with the Colorado River snaking along the back of the manicured grounds you'll leave the stress of the city behind instantly. The staff was warm and went out of their way to ensure that our experience at the ranch was special. I would highly recommend staying at the Sorrel River Ranch and I plan to return here each time I stay in Moab.

    Unique Qualities: This is a working Ranch, so there are horses and ranch hands around, but it's also a luxury resort and spa. They offer horseback riding as well as spa treatments. They have an excellent restaurant located above registration. They are a gated "community" to ensure privacy. The outdoor pool is open late and the spa is open 24 hours. Sorrel River Ranch also includes well-kept tennis courts among the many amenities they offer to guests. And the views are out of this world!!

    Prices: US$180 and up

    Phone: (877) 359-2715

    Address: Highway 128 Mile 17, Moab, UT 84532

    Directions: If you're coming in from Interstate 70, please take the road less travelled!!! I highly recommend you take Highway 128 from the 70 (instead of going through Moab) either on your way in or on the way out. Trust me, the scenery on 128 is unbelievable! Website: http://www.sorrelriver.com/

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    Moab, Utah, United States
    Good stop to see Arches Canyon
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