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    Moab: OK RV PARK

    Enjoy the Camping and Outdoor Experience with the comforts of RVs located in  OK RV Full Hookup Park w/ wifi and cable. Price INCLUDES SITE FEEs at OK RV Park. No extra payment to park. One of the highest rated RV parks in Moab.

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    Moab: RV Delivery

    Enjoy Moab GLAMPING! at a location of your choosing. Choose from over 10+ Full hookup RV parks in Moab or Dry camp with 60 gallon water supply and generator. RV is 37 Ft long so you will need RV spot that can accommodate this length.DOES NOT include cost of RV park or camping spot

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    Moab: FunStays Redrock

    Enjoy the Camping and Outdoor Experience with the comforts of New RVs and Tiny Houses located in Funstays RedRock RV Full Hookup Park w/ Wifi. Gas Grill with Patio sets and Picnic table and Firepit in park for Smores. Hard to cook those at hotels.All you need is your suitcase and food.

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    Zionsgate: Hurricance, Utah

    Central Location to Zion National Park and Sand Hollow State Park. Enjoy the Camping & Outdoor Experience w/ the comforts of RV in a Full Hookup RV Park w/ Wifi. Price INCLUDES SITE FEEs at ZionGate RV Park. No extra payment to park.

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MOAB: 2016 Premier

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MOAB: 2015 Premier

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MOAB: 2015 Zinger

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MOAB: 2016 Residence RV

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MOAB: 2016 Premier

Attractions - Moab Utah

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    ARCHES NATIONAL PARK

    Arches National Park lies north of Moab in the state of Utah. Bordered by the Colorado River in the southeast, it’s known as the site of more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches, such as the massive, red-hued Delicate Arch in the east. Long, thin Landscape Arch stands in Devils Garden to the north. Other geological formations include Balanced Rock, towering over the desert landscape in the middle of the park.
    Located just 5 miles (8 km) north of Moab is Arches National Park, which contains the world's largest concentration of natural sandstone arches. Although over 2,000 arches are located within the park's 76,518 acres, the park also contains an astounding variety of other geological formations. Colossal sandstone fins, massive balanced rocks, soaring pinnacles and spires dwarf visitors as they explore the park's viewpoints and hiking trails.  A paved scenic drive takes visitors to many of the major viewpoints within the park.  The park’s rock formations delight children as well as adults, with many easy trails providing opportunities for kids to get out of the car and explore the arches up close.  Hikers can choose from a wide variety of trails, from short twenty minute walks leading right up to many of the largest arches in the park, to more adventurous hikes into lesser seen areas.

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    DEAD HORSE POINT STATE

    Dead Horse Point State Park is a state park of Utah in the United States, featuring a dramatic overlook of the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park.The park covers 5,362 acres (2,170 ha) of high desert at an altitude of 5,900 feet (1,800 m).

    The park has several overlooks, a visitor center, a 21-site campground and a group campsite, one picnic area, and a 9-mile (14 km) loop hiking trail with two cutovers to allow shorter trips. Safety concerns include the relative isolation of the park (gas, food and medical care are over 30 miles (48 km) away in Moab), lightning danger and unfenced cliffs.Nearby Moab is a noted center for mountain biking. Bikes in the park are allowed on paved roads, and there is a mountain bike trail called Intrepid Trail near the State Park Visitor's Center with loops of varying levels of difficulty. Hunting is not allowed in the park.

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    HELL'S REVENGE TRAIL

    All vehicles must stay on designated roads and trails.There are no open play areas, campgrounds included. Operation of vehicles off designated roads and trails is a class 

    Rated a 6 by the Red-Rock Four-Wheelers, the Hell's Revenge trail is approximately 6.5 miles in length. Due to hazardous terrain, it is recommended only for experienced drivers. It is not recommended for ATV's. The only legal entrance to Hell’s Revenge is at the trail head adjacent to the Entrance Station. The Hell’s Revenge trail crosses private property in two areas.

    The trail is marked with signs and yellow symbols painted on the rock surface. Search and Rescue routes are marked with white dots and are not intended for recreational use. Hell’s Revenge Trail also crosses the Slickrock Bike Trail (marked with painted white “dashes”). The Slickrock Bike Trail is open to motorcycles and mountain bikes only.
    There are no open play areas on this trail.
    Trailer parking is available at the trailhead.

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    CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK

    Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah is known for its dramatic desert landscape carved by the Colorado River. Island in the Sky is a huge, flat-topped mesa with panoramic overlooks. Other notable areas include the towering rock pinnacles known as the Needles, the remote canyons of the Maze and the Native American rock paintings in Horseshoe Canyon. Whitewater rapids flow through Cataract Canyon.
    Rafters and kayakers float the calm stretches of the Green River and Colorado River above the Confluence. Below the Confluence, Cataract Canyon contains powerful whitewater rapids, similar to those found in the Grand Canyon. However, since there is no large impoundment on the Colorado River above Canyonlands National Park, river flow through the Confluence is determined by snowmelt, not management. As a result, and in combination with Cataract Canyon's unique graben geology, this stretch of river offers the largest whitewater in North America in heavy snow years.

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    CORONA ARCH

    Corona Arch is a natural sandstone arch near Moab, Utah in a side canyon of the Colorado River. It can be accessed via a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) hiking trail from Utah State Route 279.
    This is the site of a rope swing shown on some YouTube videos. One titled, "World's Largest Rope Swing", has garnered more than 26 million views since it was posted February 15, 2012. Such videos have led to more people jumping from Corona Arch. On March 24, 2013, a man from Utah was killed due to miscalculating the distance to the ground before he swung from the arch.Few hikes culminate with such wow as the Corona Arch Trail, but because of its proximity to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks it often gets overlooked

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    MOAB CANYONEERING ADVENTURE

    Moab Canyoneering routes are all about fun. The landscape surrounding Moab, Utah holds wonderful surprises for those with a sense of adventure. Beautiful water carved canyons inaccessible without technical skills, await your discovery. Since 2004 the professional AMGA certified SPI’s have been introducing people to these amazing Moab Canyoneering routes. We back up every rappel on a separate safety system so these trips are for anyone with a sense of adventure. This adventure entails hiking over, under, and around giant walls and boulders of Moab’s famous red rock, as well as squeezing through tight passages in this highly scenic loop through a unique desert wonderland.

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Attractions - Zion, Utah

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    HIDDEN CANYON

    Hidden Canyon is not a typical canyon, but instead a 'hanging canyon.  It is a side ravine between Cable Mountain and the north wall of the Great White Throne. The Virgin River down-cuts deeply as everyone that has visited Zion Canyon observes, but its tributaries are not able to work as efficiently and thus leave a higher canyon floor such as that of Hidden Canyon. Climbers have been known to refer to it as the “Great White Crack." This crack was found in 1927 when William Evans attempted to climb the Great White Throne, Zion's most famous landmark, and fell during the climb. While searching for Evans, who was miraculously found alive, rescuers discovered the hidden ravine that is now known as Hidden Canyon. A year later, in 1928, the Hidden Canyon Trail was made allowing park visitors into the ravine where sheer sandstone walls of Zion's enormous landmarks rise hundreds of feet to enclose hikers between them. If there is enough rainfall and runoff a waterfall might be present at the canyon entrance. Once you have gone beyond the end of the actual trail and into the ravine look for small sandstone caves and a 20-foot natural arch. The structure sits at ground level, but is missed by most due to the greenery on and near the stone making it blend in as a chameleon would with its background.  Locals call this the "green wall". 

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    THE NARROWS

    The Narrows in Zion National Park, (near Springdale, Utah) is a section of canyon on the North Fork of the Virgin River. The hike of The Narrows is one of the premier hikes on the Colorado Plateau. The term The Narrows refers to both the through-hike of The Narrows, and to The Narrows themselves, especially the 3.6 miles (5.8 km) long section of canyon between the end of the Riverside Walk Trail and Big Spring. The Narrows lies north of, and upstream of, the main Zion Canyon. Hiking the Narrows was rated # 5 in the National Geographic ranking of America's Best 100 Adventures

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    ZION CANYON SCENIC DRIVE

    The Floor of the Valley Road, also known as the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, follows the canyon of the North Fork of the Virgin River, also known as Zion Canyon, through Zion National Park, Utah. A precursor to the present nine-mile road was first built in 1916, but was later redesigned by the National Park Service Branch of Plans and Designs to highlight the natural features of the valley while presenting a natural-appearing built environment. The road begins at the south boundary of the park and ends at the Temple of Sinawava.
    The original 1916 road, built by Park Service engineer W.O. Tufts, was a single-lane dirt road that extended as far as the Weeping Rock parking area. In 1925 a gravel-surfaced road, called the "Government Road" replaced the original road and extended all the way to the Temple of Sinawava

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    ZION'S MAIN CANYON

    The main canyon (Zion Canyon) is the popular touristy section of Zion National Park that features all of the amenities: the Visitor Center, the Zion Human History Museum, the Zion Lodge, and the tourist town of Springdale just to the south or the park. During the height of tourist season, regular shuttle buses take visitors up the canyon, with many interesting stops and trailheads along the way. The majority of officially-maintained trails are found here and hikes up to the viewpoints are well worth the effort. Famous landmarks include the Emerald Pools, Angels Landing, Weeping Rock, and the Great White Throne.

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    WEST RIM TRAIL

    The West Rim Trail is a 30.5 mi (49.1 km) hiking trail along Pine Creek in Lycoming and Tioga Counties in north central Pennsylvania in the United States. The trail runs along Pine Creek Gorge, also known as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, which is 800 feet (240 m) deep and about 2,000 feet (610 m) wide from rim to rim in the area traversed by the West Rim Trail.The trail is entirely within the Tioga State Forest and is known for its large number of vistas overlooking the gorge, which is a National Natural Landmark. The West Rim Trail was chosen by Outside Magazine as its "Best Hike in Pennsylvania" in April, 1996.The West Rim Trail has many climbs and offers many vistas. It runs generally north-south along the west rim of the Pine Creek Gorge, hence the name. The trail is entirely on Pennsylvania State Forest lands, in the Tioga State Forest. It passes just west of Colton Point State Park, and is across the gorge from Leonard Harrison State Park. The trail runs parallel to the Pine Creek Rail Trail which follows the east bank of Pine Creek, but is some 800 feet (240 m) above it at the state parks

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    ANGEL'S LANDING

    The trail to Angels Landing is 2.4 miles (3.9 km) long.It begins at the Grotto drop off point on the park's shuttle system, which operates from early spring through late fall.It roughly follows the path of the Virgin River for some time, slowly gaining elevation in sandy terrain. As the trail gets steeper and leaves behind the river, it becomes paved. After a series of steep switchbacks, the trail goes through the area between Angels Landing and the Zion Canyon that is a gradual ascent. Walter's Wiggles, a series of 21 steep switchbacks,are the last hurdle before Scout Lookout. The wiggles are named after Walter Ruesch, who was the first superintendent for Zion National Park and constructed the switchbacks in 1926.According to the National Park Service, "The route to Angels Landing involves travel along a steep, narrow ridge with support chains anchored intermittently along the route. Footing can be slippery even when the rock is dry. Unevenly surfaced steps are cut into the rock with major cliff dropoffs adjacent.

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About Us

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VISION AND PURPOSE

The vision and purpose of FunStays is to provide a FUN, Unique and True GLAMPING experience to customers that want to enjoy the great outdoors with the comforts of an “extended stay hotel”.

DETAILS

The unique benefits of FunStays is that our RVs/ Tinyhomes are fully setup and ready for use so customers can enjoy the RV immediately upon arrival instead of the hassles of RV setup, towing, and dumping. The RVs/Tinyhomes are fully stocked with linens,towels, all utensils,cooking supplies and grill. All units have ACs and Heater and have spacious and comfortable layouts .

We offer our services in Moab, UT near Arches and Canyonlands National Park and in Hurricane, UT near Zion National park.          In Moab, we offer a RV delivery service.

Established in 2013, the company is owned by a small investor group including Spark Investments and Ohana Time.

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What People say about us
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  • We loved our stay at Sam's RV. The view from the patio is amazing! The place was very well equipped with everything we needed. It was very cozy and comfortable. My 4 year old loved the bunks for sleeping. Really central to tons of great places, we spent two days at Zion, visited a gorgeous state park lake literally just on the other side of the highway. Sam was very responsive and helpful! Everyone we encountered in the park was very friendly. Highly recommend.

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    Jackie
  • We had a great experience and Sam was great at responding promptly with questions. He sent me some walk through videos and it was simple for us. The whole experience was easy and fun.

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    Matthew
  • LOVED IT! smartest choice. There was a grill, outside table, everything you needed, and was perfect for an outdoor adventure! The hot tub, bathrooms, and pool at the club house were clean too. Super impressed! Would definitely come again!

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    Madie
  • Had a great stay at Sam's place! Everything was as expected and there were very clear instructions regarding check in/out and how everything in the RV worked. Place was clean and everything was straightforward. Really close to Zion and local state parks!

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    Jessica
  • We loved our stay at Sam's RV. The view from the patio is amazing! The place was very well equipped with everything we needed. It was very cozy and comfortable. My 4 year old loved the bunks for sleeping. Really central to tons of great places, we spent two days at Zion, visited a gorgeous state park lake literally just on the other side of the highway. Sam was very responsive and helpful! Everyone we encountered in the park was very friendly. Highly recommend.

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    Jackie
  • We had a great experience and Sam was great at responding promptly with questions. He sent me some walk through videos and it was simple for us. The whole experience was easy and fun.

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    Matthew
  • Our family of 7 wished we had time to stay longer, we had a great time. The multiple sleeping options were great for all of us, and the big tv was perfect to relax to at night after all our day activities. We all went swimming in the indoor pool, and it was a nice feature of the RV park. We made some fun meals in the kitchen and it was stocked with all the tools we needed and more. The host was curteous and prompt with replies to questions. Hurricane is a great little town with the best BBQ and having a Walmart so close to the tv park was really helpful. Our desitnation was St George, but we decided to stay in the trailer since most everything was booked up. Even if we had more choices we would still pick this trailer to stay in next time! A quick drive on I -15 to St George isn't bad at all!

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    Emily
  • Our family of 6 loved our stay here. The instructions that Sam provided were thorough and made for a very comfortable stay. Despite weather that would reach lows of 10 degrees we stayed snug in the trailer and found the amenities very accommodating. The location was perfect and was about a 30 minute drive from Zion and 2 hours from Bryce Canyon. At night we enjoyed a swim in the heated indoor public pool and found it a great option for the evenings. We are looking forward to returning!

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    Becca
  • Everything was as advertised. Clean and roomy. We usually stay at LaQ, or BestW hotels...this is definitely a better value for the Moab experience. We didn't get a chance to check out the camp ground's facilities. But it is located in a nice and quiet spot south of the downtown area. WiFi reception at this spot (#36) was strong (16Mb/8Mb). Sam is a very attentive host and responded to all inquiries quickly. I gave positive reviews and recommendations to friends and co-workers. Sam has other RVs at other locales that I will be checking out this summer.

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    Alan
  • Good location, close to Arches and other surrounding sites. The RV is nothing extraordinary, but it was clean and new.

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    Natalie
  • We stayed here for a week, for our recent trip to the National Parks in the area. The RV was much more than expected. Note: there were only two of us, and we had never stayed in an RV before. Quite roomy for two people, and you could easily fit quite a few more in there! The RV park was set way off the main road through Moab, unlike other RV parks in the area - so it was remarkably quiet at night. All the supplies we had hoped for were provided, including toilet paper, dishwashing detergent, trashbags, towels, sheets, and much more. Frig and freezer were larger than I expected. Sam was very responsive to all questions and issues, and in addition the folks at the RV park were available. We were very pleased.

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    Lyle
  • Sam's descriptions and photos are spot on. The RV was very clean and comfy. He has it well stocked with so many of the comforts of home. Much more than I was expecting! Sam was excellent to work with. We had a couple questions for him during our stay, and he got us straightened out right away. We were 2 adults and 4 children, and we had plenty of room. I'm 6' 3". If you're taller than that, you might consider sleeping on the lower bed in the back (that one looked like the largest). I slept in the front / main bed. The mattress was very comfy. But, at 6' 3", I was right at the edges, head to feet. :) Our kids loved it, and want to go back soon. So, we hope to come back again for more "glamping" in Sam's RV!

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    Brandon
  • Plenty of sleeping space. If you are a taller guy, 6'0"+, then the bunk room floor would be a better fit. Kids liked their own beds and the park office had nice hot water for all to get ready comfortably. We stayed when it was cold and windy, but thanks to the extra blankets, we stayed warm. Sam was available to answer questions on the how-to's of the RV.

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    Larrisa
  • If you plan to spend a lot a time seeing all of Moab's beauty, Sam's RV is a great choice. This was an awesome way for us to feel like we were camping but have the warmth of a house. It was spacious enough for our grown family of 6. Kitchen was well stocked although I did bring a few extra things knowing how much a Thanksgiving meal takes. We cooked an entire traditional Thanksgiving meal in the camper- did bring a roaster for the turkey. I would definitely go with this again if we are ever back in Moab. So much fun! Such great memories made. Beautiful setting. Sam was great in communication too.

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    Karen
  • It was a great time! Sam contacted us a week before to give us a run down on how to work everything. The kitchen was well stocked along with every other part of the house. The location was minutes away from Downtown Moab and offered a quiet place to watch the stars and retire at the end of the night. Sam was more than helpful whenever we had questions and did everything he could to be accommodating whenever anything came up. Very much recommended!

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    Edward
  • The host was extremely responsive and attended to our every need. A group of 3 families rented all 3 of Sam's RVs and enjoyed staying right next to each other. A fun experience that is different than camping or staying at a hotel. Our kids had a great time.

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    Christina
  • The RV was just as described. We had a great time! Thanks Sam!

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    Erin
  • Nice way to stay in Moab, especially during high season. About 10 minutes from downtown, 20 from Arches; so totally doable.

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    Soren
  • Sam had prearranged to make the check-in process easy when we arrived at the RV park. He sent a detailed overview well before we arrived. Getting in was a breeze, as was checking out. All amenities and pictures were accurate per the listing description. The RV is located within an RV park. Everyone we encountered was friendly. Our visit was in September, so there were more retired folks visiting than younger, which was nice because the park was very quiet at night. The RV park is located about a mile off of the main highway. The closest places for food and convenience items are a Shell station and a restaurant right off of the highway, about a mile away. Downtown Moab is a few miles further down the highway, and a quaint little town with several good restaurants and shopping locations. Five miles beyond that is the entrance to Arches National Park, so very convenient if that is one of your main stops while visiting.

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    Kyle
  • Sam and Amy are excellent hosts. They accommodated us at the last minute, provided a wonderful space, and were extremely responsive to questions about the area---complete with restaurant recommendations on our way out of town. The RV was extremely clean and comfortable, as well as a fun new experience for our family. We'd stay here again in a heartbeat.

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    Abigail
  • Everything was as expected. Communication was great and the detail in the information was helpful. Great stay for a Moab trip. Would recommend to any Moab Adventurer looking for a place to stay

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    Matthew
  • Booking, checking in, and staying at Sam's place was a breeze. Sam's instructions were very helpful, and he responded quickly to my only question via text message. My wife, two young kids and I had a delightful time in the RV. We were surprised by how nice the RV was; I wasn't expecting central heating and air conditioning! The location (RV park) was quiet, but not visually appealing. And while it wasn't a problem, you'll notice that RVs aren't perfectly stable. They tend to wiggle a little as you move around. I certainly recommend staying at Sam's RV, and we will likely stay again!

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    Clay
  • We very much enjoyed our glamping experience! The beds were comfortable, the camper was very clean and had everything we needed to cook, relax and to entertain the kids. There were nice outdoor chairs and a grill. The owner is very responsive and helpful. I definitely would stay here again the next time I am visiting Moab!

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    Dana
  • We loved our stay in Sam's RV. It was very clean and we had plenty of room for us and our two children. Our RV was parked at OKRV Park and we loved this location. Very quiet and family friendly with extra bathrooms, showers and laundry facility if needed. It was very convenient to the Arches and Canyonlands Parks, Dead Horse Point and downtown shopping and dining. We would recommend Sam's RV's and we will definitely be using Sam's accommodations in then future!

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    Nicole
  • Sam's RV was the perfect getaway space for what we needed it for. It was spacious and comfy welcoming for our travels our in Moab, even with some days filled with rain we were cozy inside hanging out. Sam was great with communication if you had any questions or concerns. Definitely coming back to Moab we are thinking of booking this area again! Thank you so much for the great hospitality!

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    Charlotte
  • This is a great location to explore all of the Moab area. Less than 10 minutes to downtown and all of what makes this a truly wonderful area. The unit is clean and comfortable. A home away from home while being just a step away from the great outdoors. The checkin and checkout process is a breeze, taking virtually no time away from all of the fun. Thanks you for a great stay!

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    Jonathan
  • We wanted to take a camping trip with my husbands parents, sister and nephew and some of our friends since they've never been to Utah. My husband and I have a Jeep so usually have no problem finding dispersed camping when we come out to Moab, but we needed somewhere for my in laws to stay as my MIL would not be able to get in and out of a tent. This provided the perfect solution. We were able to camp out in the middle of nowhere (BLM land) while providing a comfortable place for the in laws to stay. We had such an amazing time. Brian and his wife picked out an amazing spot for the camper, and met up with us once we got into Moab to take us out to our spot. They were so helpful when we had questions later on during the stay and would have been willing to come out if we needed them. It was such a great trip! Would highly recommend this to anyone looking for comfort but still wanting to be away from it all. Great accommodations.

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    Emily
  • Incredible home away from home! We had the best weekend camping in Moab and we were so comfortable. Everything was set up and ready for us when we arrived. We would happily rent again!

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    Krystl
  • Wow... This is the way to go to Moab. Thank you Sam for being a fabulous host. The accommodations were exactly what we expected and more. Can't wait to come back and YES we will be booking with you again. Thank you....

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    Tiffany
  • We loved our stay in Sam's RV. It was very clean and we had plenty of room for us and our two children. Our RV was parked at OKRV Park and we loved this location. Very quiet and family friendly with extra bathrooms, showers and laundry facility if needed. It was very convenient to the Arches and Canyonlands Parks, Dead Horse Point and downtown shopping and dining. We would recommend Sam's RV's and we will definitely be using Sam's accommodations in then future!

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    Nicole
  • Very clean. Spacious RV/Trailer. Access to RV Park showers a plus for family of 4.

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    David
  • Sam's RV was the perfect getaway space for what we needed it for. It was spacious and comfy welcoming for our travels our in Moab, even with some days filled with rain we were cozy inside hanging out. Sam was great with communication if you had any questions or concerns. Definitely coming back to Moab we are thinking of booking this area again! Thank you so much for the great hospitality!

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    Charlotte
  • This is a great location to explore all of the Moab area. Less than 10 minutes to downtown and all of what makes this a truly wonderful area. The unit is clean and comfortable. A home away from home while being just a step away from the great outdoors. The checkin and checkout process is a breeze, taking virtually no time away from all of the fun. Thanks you for a great stay!

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    Jonathan