2101 Ross Ave, Dallas, TX 75201

Moab Tourism Center

Moab Tourism Center Off Road 4x4 UTV Adventures in Moab, Utah

Moab Tourism Center

606 S Main St
Moab Utah 84532


Business Description

Welcome to Moab, Utah – Your Gateway to Adventure! If you’re seeking an unforgettable vacation, look no further! At the Moab Tourism Center, we offer a variety of exciting activities that will make your trip spectacular. Whether you crave the heart-pounding excitement of our Off Road Moab UTV Tours on the famous Hell’s Revenge trail or prefer to soak in the scenic beauty of our Hurrah Pass Tour, we have something for everyone. Our experienced guides know how to turn your 4×4 adventure in Moab into a memory you’ll cherish forever.

Business Hours

Monday8 am–6 pm
Tuesday8 am–6 pm
Wednesday8 am–6 pm
Thursday8 am–6 pm
Friday8 am–6 pm
Saturday8 am–6 pm
Sunday8 am–6 pm

Social Profiles

Facebook Link
Instagram Link
Youtube Link
Twitter Link

People Love

0 reviews

About Moab

Moab ( ) is the largest city and county seat of Grand County in eastern Utah in the western United States, known for its dramatic scenery. The population was 5,366 at the 2020 census. Moab attracts many tourists annually, mostly visitors to the nearby Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. The town is a popular base for mountain bikers who ride the extensive network of trails including the Slickrock Trail, and for off-roaders who come for the annual Moab Jeep Safari. == History == === Early years === The Biblical name Moab refers to an area of land located on the eastern side of the Jordan River. Some historians believe the city in Utah came to use this name because of William Andrew Pierce, the first postmaster, believing that the biblical Moab and this part of Utah were both "the far country".: 16  However, others believe the name has Paiute origins, referring to the word moapa, meaning "mosquito". Some of the area's early residents attempted to change the city's name, because in the Christian Bible, Moabites are demeaned as incestuous and idolatrous (but note, Ruth was a Moabite). One petition in 1890 had 59 signatures and requested a name change to "Vina".: 50  Another effort attempted to change the name to "Uvadalia". Both attempts failed. During the period between 1829 and the early 1850s, the area around what is now Moab served as the Colorado River crossing along the Old Spanish Trail.

Neighborhoods in Moab, Utah

Things to do in Moab, Utah