Morris' Last Resort

Address: 5501 S. Highway 191, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 5501 S. Highway 191, Moab, is near Hole 'N the Rock, Castle Valley, Magpie Cycling Adventures, and White Rim Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Moab

      En route to Moab via Capitol Reef National Park.

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 08, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... cells as the years pass! A multitude of fruit sweets kept the sugar levels boosted until we eventually reached Moab, A drivers nightmare of traffic lights, pedestrian crossings , side roads and advertising signs making the Red Stone Motel's location a tricky find but successfully achieved after a left turn across traffic. Enough driving for the day so we walked to supper at Pasta Jays where we shared a very good lasagne before retiring to our motel room. Another fun filled ...

      Arches national park

      A travel blog entry by amygates on Sep 20, 2014

      13 photos

      ... but it was almost dark by the time we got to the van. It is too hot to have a fire in Moab but most people still sit around a have a few drinks at night. The next day some people hired mountain bikes because Moab is famous for its mountain biking trails. I went on the Colorado River float trip with 5 others from our group and another 6 people. It was the hottest day we've had so it was very hot sitting in the raft, but we could dangle our feet in the water and when ...

      Heavy hiking and destructive downpours

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 19, 2014

      ... a perfect situation. We did, however, feel guilty for leaving the rest of the group in the lurch, but they wanted to experience the adventure of camping in the rain. We also felt like we were wimping out on the adventure, but we really couldn't face the rain again! Especially after the night in the damp teepee!

      We did, however, join our group (friends too by this point) for dinner, a gorgeous Italian pasta combo made by chef Stefano. It was a real team ...

      River rafting & our first arch

      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 15, 2014

      4 photos

      ... as a way to ensure everything was covered - a great idea.
      We were in a raft with 3 others - 2 boys and their dad & our guide Holly. This was one of the reasons I chose this company as they use smaller rafts which are more fun. Others can have up to 10 or more in a raft.
      We went through 4 rapids where we were told we needed to paddle hard. For the rest of the time, we could relax and float along and even swim or float along with the raft in the ...

      Monuments only nature could have carved

      A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 05, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... unstable, and the salt bed lying below Arches was no match for the weight of this thick cover of rock. The salt layer shifted, buckled, liquefied, and repositioned itself, thrusting the rock layers upwards as domes, and whole sections fell into the cavities."

      The result is huge, and I mean huge, structures in various shapes projecting from the dessert floor like monuments to the Gods. The park is ...