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  • Two male bicyclists ride past canopies of green leaves from tall cottonwood trees, multi colored flora, large sandstone boulders and the rectangular Moab Springs Ranch sign. A smiling male bicyclist, wearing a helmet and dark sunglasses, rides along the bike path passing the Moab Springs Ranch sign, large boulders, cobble rocks and green flora and fauna.
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Ranch Features

Discover the gorgeous private park, pools, ponds and waterscape at the historic Moab Springs Ranch, nestled in a grove of Cottonwood trees beneath the Slickrock Trail Mesa.

Horsethief Coffee inside the Historic Ranch House at Moab Springs Ranch

Moab Springs Ranch now has its very own coffee shop located inside the Historic Ranch House!

Horsethief Coffee features locally roasted coffee from Fresh Moab Coffee (FMC) and house-made breakfast options. We have an assortment of seasonal pastries fresh baked in-house daily. You can also pick up something savory - a bagel sandwich or frittata - before you head out on your adventures.

View the menu and additional coffee shop details here.

Outdoor Pool & Hot Tub

If you are looking for an accommodation with a hot tub, Moab Springs Ranch is the place to stay. Take a dip in our super-clean heated 42-foot outdoor swimming pool and our outdoor hot tub. Our pool opens seasonally from mid-March to mid-October & closed in the winter (CALL FOR DATES), hours from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The hot tub is open year-round, hours from 10 a.m to 9 p.m.

Private Park & Vineyard

Moab Springs Ranch features 12 acres of beautiful open space, a private park, wading pools and vineyards to explore. The historic Ranch property is shaded by a grove of majestic Cottonwood trees. Hike to the top of Arrowhead Hill or the old cattle trail for incredible sunset and portal views. The private park includes hammocks, picnic tables, lounge chairs, a campfire circle and wading pools. Take a dip in the cool spring water pond during a hot day, bring floaties for some old-fashioned fun!

Trail Access and Views

Use the pedestrian/bike path in front of the resort to access the Moab Canyon Pathway, a paved non-motorized path that allows riders to avoid the busy four lane Highway 191 and have safe access to the state and national parks, The Brands Trail System, and the scenic and shaded paved path that meanders along the upper Colorado River corridor for a couple of miles. Experienced mountain bikers riding the epic Whole Enchilada can ride back to Moab Springs Ranch using this trail.

Environmental Sustainability

Moab Springs Ranch has a rich historic and environmental legacy to preserve and protect. It is a humbling privilege to be stewards of this special place. We are committed to environmental sustainability on every level of our work, from design and construction to our resort operations.

Moab’s Sustainable Tourism Video

  • Preserve, protect, nurture and restore natural features, habitat, trees, water, and historic structures
  • Set aside an ample measure of open space
  • Design and build ultra-high energy efficiency buildings. Maximize the use of recycled, sustainable and green sourced materials. Use contextually appropriate architecture.
  • Minimize energy use, waste and water consumption
  • Recycle and re-use
  • Renew the Ranch and cultivate permaculture – grow food and sustain wildlife habitat
  • Minimize the use of pesticides
  • Encourage visitors to minimize their impact while on vacation. Educate visitors about the regional environment
  • Support community and neighbor efforts to preserve and improve the environment
  • Always improve. Yesterday’s standards are not tomorrow’s standards

Ranch Features

  • Pool and Hot Tub
  • Campfire Circle
  • Hiking Trail Access
  • Paved Bicycle Trail Access
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Complimentary High Speed Wi-Fi
  • Air Conditioning
  • Free/Dedicated Parking
  • Electric Vehicle Charging
  • Natural Flowing Streams