Moab

Moab sits among the red rocks of Southeastern Utah’s Colorado Plateau. Renowned for its scenic beauty, it is home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and Dead Horse Point State Park.  The Colorado River runs just north of town and the 13,000 foot peaks of the La Sal Mountains rise to the south.

For complete information about all things Moab, click the MOAB icon (right). The Moab Music Festival thanks the Moab Area Travel Council for their continued support.

The Moab Music Festival extends our sincere thanks to the local businesses and organizations who advertise in the Festival program book. Please see their links below and let them know you saw their listing on our website. 

Traveling to Moab

There are many different ways to reach Moab, whose remote location is reason enough to come. Here are some tips for traveling here as well as navigating the area once you arrive.

Air Travel

Grand Junction Regional Airport (2 hr drive) is the closest regional airport to Moab and is serviced by several major airlines. Denver International Airport (6 hr drive) and Salt Lake City International Airport (4.5 hr drive) are Moab’s most convenient large airports with regular service by major airlines. Currently, Boutique Air offers daily flights to Moab from Salt Lake City and Denver. It is a private scheduled air service that must be booked separately from other round-trip air services. 

Rental Cars / Shuttles / Cabs

Several major rental companies are available in Grand Junction, Denver and Salt Lake City.  Enterprise Car Rental is available in Moab. If you plan to rent a car in Moab, you MUST RESERVE WELL IN ADVANCE. The drive to Moab is 5-6 hours from the Denver airport, approximately 2 hours from the Grand Junction airport, and 4.5 hours from the Salt Lake City Airport. If you choose not to rent a car, there are airport shuttles (advanced reservations required) to Moab from Grand Junction and Salt Lake City. For taxi service in town, call Moab Taxi. 

Don’t Forget to Bring

  • Sun screen or sun-protective clothing.
  • Sun hat.
  • Hiking shoes or boots to enjoy the landscape.
  • Water shoes or sandals if you plan to go out on the river.
  • Small backpack.
  • Sweater or light jacket (it gets cool in the evenings).
  • Rain jacket in case of a thunderstorm.
  • Water bottle, or hydration reservoir (Camelback).
  • Swimsuit, golf clubs, or other gear for outdoor activities