What can you expect when you visit the Lodge? Amazing views (inside and out), fabulous service, and a treasure trove of memories to take back home!
We occupy a premiere plot of real estate - high on the banks of the Colorado River surrounded by 2000 foot sheer red rock cliffs.
Enjoy the view on one of the many decks and porches wrapping the main lodge and conference room. Our restaurant deck and patio face upriver to the east and provide an undisturbed view of Fisher Towers (10 miles away) and the river itself, 100 feet below.
With 20ft ceilings and exposed wood beams, the lodge is an impressive landmark indeed! We've taken care to preserve the authentic Western architecture with natural wood paneling, Mexican satillo tile floors, handcrafted log furniture and plenty of local movie and western ranching memorabilia.
Forget something in your travels? No worries - our small general store is stocked with plenty of travel-related supplies and gifts.
Sample any one of Castle Creek Winery’s award-winning selections, crafted onsite at Utah’s largest winery. Tasting hours vary but are usually 12:00 noon to 5:30p.m.
For other libations, visit the Wild Horse Bar, located just off the lobby. Let time slow down a titch as you enjoy the huge stone fireplace in authentic western surroundings. A hot buffet breakfast is available each morning, 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Box lunches can be special ordered and The Cowboy Grill opens every evening at 6:00 p.m.
Our large conference room can accommodate almost any sized group and features its own lobby registration area. Amenities include:
- Large stone fireplace
- Private patio with magnificent river view
- 12ft projection T.V.
- stereo system with multiple speaker configurations
- audio/visual hookups
- stage with piano and podium
- three smaller (1000 sq. ft.) rooms available
The Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage pays tribute to the dozens of movies and hundreds of commercials filmed at or near the ranch over the years.
From John Wayne to Susan Sarandon, the Red Rock canyons have a well-established role in America's film history. The museum holds hundreds of historical movie-making memorabilia items and is open daily for guests to tour at their leisure.