River Canyon Lodge Inn and Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiver Canyon Lodge Inn and Suites Moab
We booked a Junior Suite (not really knowing what that was). This was ideal for a short stay as there was kitchenette and soft seating area as well as the usual king-size bed. The lodge is quiet, despite being in the middle of town and despite town being busy while we were there with the Moab HoDown Bike and Film Festival. Great hot tub. We'll be back next time we are in Moab.
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On our very first road trip, before we had ever visited a National Park in the States, I had planned that we would spend the morning in Arches, have lunch in Moab and then go to Island in the Sky which is part of Canyonlands National Park for the afternoon. Obviously, that didn't work out (please stop laughing; it is unfair to laugh so hard at me …
I had spotted a poster for Pumpkin Chuckin' on Saturday 26th October when we checked into the motel and there were banners for this around Moab. Not having ever attended (or heard of) pumpkin chuckin', I persuaded G that this was going to be a fun event and that we should check it out - particularly as there would be lots of people in Halloween …
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