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Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve put together a list of common questions to help you. If you don’t see what you are looking for, feel free to contact us directly and we’d be happy to help!

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The U.S. 191 road widening and Moab City storm drain project extends from 400 North to the Colorado River Bridge with an anticipated completion date of late July 2021.

As of July 1, 2021, all lanes have been paved but crews are continuing all the finishing work involved with the storm drain project, curbs, entrances, and the pedestrian paths. 

Working hours are Monday - Friday 7am - 7pm. Two lanes in both directions will be open Saturdays and Sundays. Weekdays may have some lane shifting. Delays are minimal.

Please don't hesitate to email (info@moabspringsranch.com) or call us (435-259-7891) if you have any questions or concerns.

Utah Department of Transportation Project Info Page

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Moab Springs Ranch Covid Update, July 1, 2021. 

YES! Our pool and spa are open to adult vaccinated guests and their immediate family. Maximum number is limited to 30 people on a first come basis, and we ask all guests to respect Covid guidelines for distancing between guest parties. We will monitor the pool attendance hourly.

Pool and Spa Schedule and Conditions: 

The opening will be conditional and provisional. We will be observing the pool area to see if users are respecting Covid guidelines for distancing and safety. If not we may close the pool and spa immediately. 

The pool will be open to adult guests and Owners who have been vaccinated for Covid 19 and their immediate families. The pool and spa area will be restricted to 30 persons maximum on a first come, first served basis. We understand children younger than 12 cannot yet be vaccinated, and for that reason we will continue to enforce distancing between unrelated groups and families and will limit the total number of persons within the pol-spa enclosure. We are relying on an honor system for vaccination status. We will be observing user numbers and distancing on approximately an hourly basis. 

For 16 months Moab Springs Ranch has been committed to meeting and exceeding all recommended safety measures to protect our visitors and staff from infection with Covid 19. Our commitment has created a safe experience for our guests. That commitment continues. 

We will continue to monitor many sources of reliable data regarding the status of the Pandemic and guidelines for safety. 

 

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Moab Springs Ranch remains committed to exceeding the minimum standards required of all hotels and resorts in managing the challenges of the Covid 19 pandemic. Nothing can eliminate all risk of transmission, but when we can use common sense to avoid unnecessary risks we do so. To keep our community, visitors and staff safe, we have implemented the following under the guidance of the health department and CDC. 

  • The pool and hot tub are under a provisional opening. Vaccinated adults and their immediate families, limit is 30 guests on a first come basis.
  • Distancing between family parties is requested. Honor system for vaccinated records. Masking not required on our property.
  • Virtual registration, no-contact check-in, self check-out, no-contact service and maintenance.
  • All linens cleaned and sanitized by Omni Linen Services, LLC, (HLAC Accredited, highest standards available for infection prevention)
  • Cleaning and disinfection products (including electrostatic sprayer) are on EPA registered N list to kill SARS-CoV-2 (Covid 19)
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers are mounted on the interior of every accommodation, office, and building on our property
  • Daily housekeeping services are discontinued to prevent transmission between units, no contact daily porch service for amenity replenishment.
  • Staff: face masks are required for unvaccinated staff and staff that have young ones and elderly at home.
  • Staff: staff with symptoms are required to get tested and are paid while recovering and waiting for test results
  • We ask that guests respect other guests by maintaining a social distance of 10 feet from other guest parties.
  • We ask that guests inform us if they have symptoms or have been notified they've been exposed prior to arriving at Moab Springs Ranch and while staying with us, so we can take measures to protect our staff and quarantine the unit they stayed in.
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We do not update this information daily. Please access this link  for the most current information on transmission levels for Grand County. Moab is in Grand County. https://coronavirus.utah.gov/utah-health-guidance-levels/

  • Masks outdoors - not required in Moab, not required at Moab Springs Ranch
  • Masks indoors - most businesses have lifted this requirement. A few have kept it. Please respect the policies of each business. At Moab Springs Ranch we're keeping our front office closed to the public. The coffee shop, when open, requests guests wear masks when entering to order.
  • Physical distancing between household groups is strongly recommended.

Before arriving, please inform us if you have symptoms or have been around someone who has tested positive for Covid-19. It's prudent you don't travel if you are at risk for transmitting the virus, and for the sake of our other guests, our staff, and our community, we ask that you call us. Thank you.

Click Here to view up-to-date Southeast Utah Health Department's reported cases. Note: Moab is located in Grand County.

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All restaurants are open, with various hours, and have a mix of indoor and outdoor seating. 

Moab Springs Ranch now has its own in-house coffee shop/cafe!  Horsethief Coffee is located in our historic Ranch House. Featuring Fresh Moab Coffee (FMC) & a variety of fresh made baked goods and breakfast items. Currently open for walk-up/take-out. Open Friday - Monday (6:30 a.m.- 11:00a.m.).

Additionally, a list of open restaurants can be found below in addition to other establishments & trails. 

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Arches and Canyonlands National Park are both open. Dead Horse Point State Park is also open! All three parks have International Dark Sky Designation and are open 24-hours. It's truly a sight to behold. Remember, "half the park is after dark". 

NOTICE: Arches National Park: Temporary Entrance Delays Possible. Parking lots at trailheads often fill before 7:30 am, causing the park to temporarily restrict access until congestion lessens. Periods of restricted access can last 3-5 hours.  Arches National Park roads, trails, campground, and park bookstore are open. The museum exhibits and theater are closed. Rangers are outside on the patio to assist visitors during business hours.

NOTICE: Canyonlands National Park: Canyonlands NP roads, trails, stores, restrooms, and campgrounds are open. Museums and theaters remain closed. Rangers are available outside on visitor center patios for assistance.

Helpful Links

Moab Night Sky Info
Current Moab Open/Close Status
Moab Hiking Trails Status

For personal hike & activity recommendations, feel free to call our front desk for our local insights. 

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Bungalow & Townhouse Cancellation & Payment Policy 

  • Cancellations up to 7-days prior to arrival: card will not be charged
  • Cancellations within the 7-day window: full payment is forfeited for any changes, modifications, cancellations within 7 days prior to arrival.
  • Credit card will be charged in full 7-days prior to arrival date (pre-authorized 9-days prior to arrival)
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We allow up to 2 dogs in our Ranch House Bungalow unit type only. At this time Dogs are the only pets we allow. The dog fee is $35 per night/per dog. If you book online, please add the dog count so we can prepare your unit accordingly. If you make the reservation on the phone, let us know if your fur baby will be joining as soon as possible. 

**REQUIRED** 

  1. Review the dog policies here prior to making your reservation: Moab Springs Ranch Dog Policies
  2. Dog reservation required on our website or by informing the front desk when you make your reservation.
  3. Sign Dog Waiver at the time of booking, or within 24/hours of booking: Dog Waiver
  4. Please bring your crates from home. We also offer dog crates for a small fee.

Call our front desk for additional details on dog reservations. (435) 259-7891

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Moab Springs Ranch is a small, perfectly located, one-of-a-kind resort crafted to enhance its natural setting within Moab’s first ranch. For millennia this site has been a desert oasis with flowing springs and majestic cottonwood trees. We are not a national chain hotel. Our design allows guests to experience the desert environment from porches, balconies, patios and throughout our spacious natural grounds.

Our accommodations are some of the most comfortable and convenient in Moab. Our location is outside the hubbub of downtown Moab, but very close to town, national parks and the Colorado River. We strive to offer personalized service and attention to detail. Perhaps most important, our staff is Moab’s finest and can provide knowledge and guidance for a unique and unforgettable vacation. (Hint: There’s an amazing desert and mountain wilderness here beyond the National Parks!)

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Here in Moab, the locals are highly focused on sustainability of the beautiful nature around us. With the increased number of tourists coming to the area, it is more important than ever to protect, preserve respect the environment.

Visit doitlikeamoablocal.com to view tips on hiking, biking, ATV, Rafting and more!

 

 

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We have Bungalows and Townhomes. All units open directly to the outdoors.

Our Bungalows are freestanding one-room studio-style units. Singles have 1 king bed. All others have 1 king and 1 queen bed. They vary in size from 430 sq ft to 540 sq ft, much larger than a standard hotel room! All bungalows have a private covered porch with a table & chairs, kitchenette, and drive up convenience.

Our Townhouses are privately owned, fully equipped kitchens, separate bedrooms (1, 2, and 3 bedrooms), some with sleeping lofts, covered balconies & patios, BBQ grills, outdoor seating, washer & dryer, as well as attached covered parking. Unit specific sleeping arrangements are listed on the booking page.

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Full use of our resort, personal recommendations, daily porch service in our bungalows, free parking up to 2 vehicles, WiFi, cable, basket ball court, use of our private park spaces with crystal clear cool flowing spring-water, dispersed wading pools and streams and a large pond.

Are pool and spa are open, but please don't miss what everyone raves about -rediscovering the old-fashioned pleasures of wading in fresh cool spring water, relaxing in the shade on a lounge chair or hammock, and bobbing in a cool refreshing pond. All of this wonder and relaxation can be found in our private meadow.

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For the convenience of our guests, we've designed the resort with parking next to each unit. We have limited parking beyond the dedicated parking spots.

Extra Parking Spaces
Additional parking (3rd and 4th spaces) is limited, on a first-come basis, is pre-assigned, requires a permit from our office and may be subject to an additional fee of $20 per space per night. If all spots are taken, or if you do not approve of the fee, our office will assist you with finding off-site parking options.

Trailers
Trailers under 20 feet are permitted if they can fit completely in your unit’s dedicated parking spaces. If bringing your trailer requires the need for a 3rd or 4th parking space, you will need to obtain a permit for $20 per night per space. If your trailer is longer than 20 feet, we will do our best to help you find off-site parking.

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Yes! Our Bungalows each have a Mitsubishi Mini-Split high efficiency air conditioning and heating system. The Bungalow bathrooms also have heaters mounted to the wall for extra after-shower warmth.  The Townhouses all have central air conditioning and heating, thermostats in each unit.

You can always be the perfect temperature in your home away from home!

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There are no extra charges for full use of the on-site amenities. Our most unique amenity - most treasured by our repeat guests - is our private park (“the Meadow”) with wading pools, ponds, flowing spring water, huge native trees, cool grass, hammocks, fire circle and views of the sandstone cliffs. We have Moab’s cleanest and most scenic heated swimming pool (16 by 42 feet - open March to October) and a large (10 foot by 10 foot) in-ground jetted spa open year round. We have a loop trail on site and viewpoints of the Portal of the Colorado River. We are a bike-in bike-out resort with direct connection to the Moab bike trail system.

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Only 3.5 miles to the entrance of Arches, 31 miles to the entrance of Canyonlands, 31.5 miles to Dead Horse Point and 1 mile to the Colorado River. Ask our staff about the many nearby hikes and sights outside of and beyond the National Parks.

All three parks have dark-sky designation and are open 24 hours. Half the park is after dark! See:  https://www.discovermoab.com/moab-dark-sky-parks/

A. We're about 1 mile from the north end of downtown with several great restaurants and shops less than a mile from our resort. The landmark Moab Rock Shop is 0.9 miles from the Ranch.
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Please call us and we're happy to assist you in choosing what's best for you. We also include a list of in-unit amenities, max occupancy, pictures and other helpful details for each unit on our booking page. 

A. Events are very restricted to protect the experience of guests. We can accommodate small special events for overnight guests from time to time, but not large weddings. Please inquire if your event is not large and you will be staying at the Ranch.
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Our amenities are reserved for guests of our resort. 

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Our staff works hard without the help of horses or cattle.

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Yes! Moab has an airport, Canyonlands Field Airport. New in 2021, Delta announced new flights from Denver and Salt Lake City.