By Don Laine, Barbara Laine
Greater than sixty five million humans stopover at the nationwide parks annually-and overcrowding has develop into a significant challenge. So we despatched our authors out to hit the paths and campsites to determine the right way to beat the crowds and luxuriate in an unspoiled event of nature. Our authors take you to the main fabulous landscapes within the western U.S. and supply suggestion for each type of park customer, from the day-tripper who desires to see the highlights quick to the back-country camper to the households touring with young children. This really specific, entire consultant covers all types of job on hand in every one park, from mountaineering to chook staring at, with more than a few activities for viewers of every age and ability degrees. thoroughly up to date, this new variation of Frommer's nationwide Parks of the yankee West additionally comprises experiences of park hotels, camping out, and within reach lodgings that can assist you plan all points of your journey. unique costs are indexed for each institution and job. No different consultant bargains such specified, candid reviews...or such sincere suggestion. whole with maps of each park, together with certain maps of mountain climbing trails within the significant parks.
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Main St. (& 435/259-8868), which is the town’s largest lodging with almost 150 units; Days Inn, 426 N. Main St. (& 435/259-4468); Best Western Canyonlands Inn, 16 S. Main St. (& 435/259-2300); Best Western Greenwell Inn, 105 S. Main St. (& 435/259-6151); Comfort Suites, 800 S. Main St. (& 435/259-5252); Motel 6, 1089 N. Main St. (& 435/259-6686); and Sleep Inn, 1051 S. Main St. (& 435/259-4655). Chain motel toll-free phone numbers appear in the appendix (p. 490). Also see the cabins at Arch View Resort RV Camp Park, Canyonlands Campground & RV Park, Moab KOA, and Moab Valley RV Resort, listed under “Camping,” above.
435/259-6057. com. 25 dorm beds, 10 private rooms, 8 cabins; total capacity 65 persons. A/C. $9 dorm bed; $26 private room double occupancy; from $31 cabin double occupancy; $6 per person camping space. Showers $3 for nonguests. Hostel membership not required. MC, V. Red Stone Inn This centrally located motel is comfortable, quiet, and an especially good choice for mountain bikers. The exterior gives the impression that these are cabins, and the theme continues inside, where colorful posters and maps of area attractions decorate attractive knotty-pine walls.
Facilities include a large outdoor heated pool, courtyard with barbecue grills, indoor hot tub, exercise room, bike storage, coin-operated laundry, conference rooms, and gift shop. There are also two apartments (call for rates), with full kitchens and 46-inch TVs. The entire establishment is nonsmoking. 1551 N. S. 191, Moab, UT 84532. & 800/341-9359 or 435/2592599. Fax 435/259-2270. com. 97 units. A/C TV TEL. Mar–Oct $110–$120 double, $139–$179 suite; lower rates Nov–Feb. Rates include continental breakfast.
Frommer's National Parks of the American West 6th edition (2008) (Park Guides) by Don Laine, Barbara Laine