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Under Canvas is a fun little adventure in the desert that could be better. The tents are quite nice and the staff friendly and helpful. We stayed in a "suite" tent that had a toilet and shower - all worked great and felt very glamorous....More
We had a great time. The girls had the tent & the boys the teepee. Bed was cozy. Staff friendly. We knew it was “camping” when we came but for the price we paid, we felt we should have had more benefits. To order breakfast...More
We enjoyed our time in this tent, We hiked during the day, spent time with friends, then spend sunset in the tent. The breeze made everything comfortable . The stars were spectacular as well as the sunrise! Loved how quiet it was.
What an outstanding experience to get out of the concrete jungle and to feel nature wrapped around you in breathtaking beauty. We arrived and drove into the main tent where we were greeted and quickly processed. My wife and I then went to our yurt...More
We traveled from Banff National, Bozeman, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons to Arches. Stayed at great places at every stop, but none could compare to Moab Under Canvas. We had site #7 which has a slick rock just to the North that we dubbed "sleeping rock" because...More
Thank Fred M
Response from Colton C, General Manager at Under Canvas MoabResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for visiting us Fred! I have watched a sunrise from that very rock myself and it is special! Thank you for the review, and yes, please come back to Moab again soon! We will have a bed waiting for you....
I am not the expert but from my experience last week, it’s getting hot (but not uncomfortably hot) around noon. Also, we arrived arches NP several days around 9:30am but it took us around 30 mins to enter. Maybe it’s because... More
I am not the expert but from my experience last week, it’s getting hot (but not uncomfortably hot) around noon. Also, we arrived arches NP several days around 9:30am but it took us around 30 mins to enter. Maybe it’s because of the spring break. And, of course, it’s best for photography during early morning and sunset time. But don’t worry, this park is so beautiful that you would take countless photos no matter the time.