Select Page
Submit your review
1
2
3
4
5
Submit
     
Cancel

Create your own review

Average rating:  
 496 reviews
by Gregg, Jennifer and Enoch on Canyonlands Lodging

We've been camping our way from MA, and made this our last stop before reaching the Grand Canyon. What a welcome relief Fort Abajo has been! We had a wonderful night here, relaxing and taking the beauty from the porch. A quick storm passed over the hills and gave us a pretty lightning show. Thanks so much for allowing us to stay here! We loved inspecting the various rocks, bones, and fossils you have collected. We took some fun photos and will share them at the email address provided with your instructions. Thank you! Gregg, Jennifer, Enoch.

by Anthony P on Canyonlands Lodging

Thank you for sharing your lovely place. It was an amazing experience to relax on the porch both at night to watch the moon and in the morning to watch the local birds. This cozy cabin definitely enhanced my first visit to the Arches Natl Park. I'll be back ;-)

by Frances H on Canyonlands Lodging

It is a wonderful home. Comfortable, good view, convenient to the National Parks. After tour the Monument Park stop here to have a rest and then go to Arches National Park. It's a good place to stop. The staff is so helpful. We check in late. It was already 6pm. We cannot find how to turn on the light in dining room. we called the office and Kaedan came her in 2 minutes. Thanks a lot. We will come back in future. Frances H.

by Ellen and Craig on Canyonlands Lodging

On a nat'l park bucket list trip. The cabin was the perfect location for our destinations and provided some peace and seclusion between Moab and the Grand Canyon. We took the train from NYC to Grand Junction then drove to Capital Reef and spent the night in Torrey. Sunday we hit Arches and then stayed two nights in Moab to see Canyonlands - Island in the Sky and Arches. Tuesday we drove to the Needles section and arrived here for two nights. Wednesday we went to Mesa Verde. well spend two nights in the GC and then head back to Utah to visit Bryce Canyon and Zion, staying three nights in another home away secluded house. Las stay is a night in Death Valley before fling home from LV. This was our first visit to UT and it's unbelievable how much space and natural beauty. Thanks for sharing your retreat. Ellen and Craig.

by Greg and Nicole on Canyonlands Lodging

We had a fantastic stay. first night we settled in and had a Wagon Wheel pizza. Next we hike Corona Arch - very difficult but worthwhile. We also did a portion of a small hike in the afternoon. The next day we hike the "House on Fire" ruins. Great hike. This cabin has been perfect for our little getaway vacation. Thank you very much. Greg & Nicole.

by Clasons on Canyonlands Lodging

Well equipped; friendly; helpful; gr8 location; these are just a few of the advantages of Canyonlands Lodging. We found everything to be in order, clean, well cared for, and everyone ready to help!We look forward to another visit.This will certainly be at the top of the list!

It is off the beaten path and private. The decorations are very nice and having a Christmas Tree up was a plus. The kitchen is well equipped and I love that the drawers are all marked so you know where to find stuff. We had a wonderful time. Thank you!

We are glad you enjoyed your stay and found the kitchen to be well organized and ready to use. We hope to see you again soon.

by Kelsey on Canyonlands Lodging

The place was beautiful, clean and well kept. Communication was great, especially since we booked last minute with a dog. Would stay again.

The Bunkhouse CabinYou just got a 5-star review“Private, convenient, exceptional!”–Owner Response: Thanks for your stay. How many of these places did you see?This is in the center of everything, easy day trips to any of these:*Arches National Park*Canyonlands National Park South Entrance*Monticello Temple*Bluff Fort*Hideout Golf Course, Rated #1*100’s of Ancient American Ruin Sites*Edge of the Cedars State Park and Ruins*Newspaper Rock*Wilson Arch*Mule Canyon Ruins*Grand Gulch Hiking and Ruins*Hovenweep Ruins State Park*Valley of the Gods*Bears Ears National Monument Site*Needles Overlook of Canyonlands*Natural Bridges National Monument*Goosenecks Overlook State Park*38  Major ATV/Jeep Trailheads, over 3000 miles of trails*Mesa Verde Ruins*Monument Valley National Park*John Wayne Movie Museum*Four Corners National Monument 

We stayed at Fort Abajo Hideaway for 4 nights. It's a lovely home and we enjoyed it immensely. We would have liked there to be a snow shovel provided!! We made due, however. The kitchen was great, very well stocked. So enjoyed the deer and wild turkeys! Thanks so much!!Owner Response: Thank you so much for your stay! The views and wildlife are amazing. Hurry Back

Page 1 of 50:
«
 
 
1
2
3
 
»
 

Contact Us Today!

CANYONLANDS LODGING

435-220-1050



Featured Properties

Juniper Ridge Family Cabin

cabin-from-southwest

Featuring a wrap around deck and fantastic views in every direction!

 

Canyon View Family Lodge

A traditional cabin with plenty of space for the whole family!

Great Multi-Day Discounts!


 

Make A Reservation


Make a Reservation

 

TripAdvisor Reviews

 

Trusted Merchant

 

flipkey