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Hotels and Cabins

The Most Welcoming Spot in Moab is Field Station

Stay at Field Station Moab to learn new outdoor skills, meet new people and sleep in beautifully designed rooms.

Visiting a place like Moab can be daunting. Don’t get us wrong, Moab is incredible. It’s a mecca for all kinds of adventure sports like mountain biking, rock climbing, rafting and hiking. But that also means that it draws dedicated athletes. It can feel, especially as a beginner, like everyone on the trail or at the crag knows exactly what they’re doing. Cue imposter syndrome. That’s where Field Station Moab comes in.

From the outside, Field Station might seem like it’s just a hotel. Open the front door though, and you’ll realize that it’s so much more. This property, set to open in April 2023, was designed as a community hub for hotel guests, locals and those just passing through. It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned pro or trying out mountain biking for the first time, you’ll find a welcoming environment where you can relax, learn and share the one thing everyone who comes here has in common: stoke for the outdoors.

Learning how to read a topo map.
Learning how to read a topo map. (Photo: Field Station Moab)

The experience starts as soon as you walk into the lobby. Little Station, a coffee and kitchen concept, will make you an espresso drink you can sip as you chat with the expert guides in the Gear Shop or at the Adventure Desk. Whether you want to set up rentals or a guided excursion for the next day, or are just looking for beta on trail conditions, you’ll find a staff member knowledgeable of the area to make sure you have a safe and amazing experience. Field Station has a variety of hiking gear for rent, including pre-packed backpacks and trekking poles to make the most of your day out. If you want to go beyond hiking, they’ll work with a local outfitter to get you on a mountain bike, kayak or other piece of gear.

Field Station Moab lobby with Adventure Desk
Field Station Moab lobby with Adventure Desk (Photo: Field Station Moab)

The Adventure Desk holds more guidebooks and maps than you’d ever possibly be able to page through, so ask staff for help in planning your excursions. Twice a day, the folks from the Adventure Desk offer micro workshops on a range of rotating topics to help you improve your outdoor skills. You might get a quick demo on the most important knots to know when you’re recreating in the desert, or a primer on how to read topo maps.

Then, there’s Gear and Beer, the biergarten perfectly poised next to the outdoor pool where you can relax over a local brew after a day on the trails and chat with other adventurers. Don’t be surprised if you end the night with new friends and plans to hike in the morning.

Field Station Moab Hotel Room
Field Station Moab Hotel Room (Photo: Field Station Moab)

We haven’t even gotten to the main reason you’re here yet: a place to lay your head. Field Station brought the design ethos over from its very Instagrammable sister brand, AutoCamp. You’ll find beautiful and modern design inside the rooms with a distinctly outdoorsy bent. Peg boards line the walls to make it easy to stage gear or hang damp layers up to dry. All rooms have bike racks on the floors so you can store your wheels safely (not something many area hotels offer). Dometic electric coolers take the place of your usual mini-fridge and a partnership with Slowtide replaces scratchy hotel towels with soft and quick drying outdoor towels.

Whether you’re traveling with your spouse or your whole crew, there’s rooms to accommodate. Options range from kings with added portaledges for the kids, to bunk rooms that can sleep eight. Of course, all rooms are dog-friendly, since what’s an adventure without your furry friend? Remember that the nearby national parks don’t allow dogs on the trail, so swing by the Adventure Desk for a list of the best dog-friendly hikes in the area.

Hotel room with portaledge
Hotel room with portaledge (Photo: Field Station Moab)

If you’re traveling in your van or small RV, Field Station also has seven spots with hookups that can be reserved for a small fee, giving you access to the property’s amenities such as WiFi, communal showers and activities while you sleep in your own rig.

Located right on Main Street in Moab, you’ll be able to walk to all the shops and restaurants. From the property, it’s less than ten minutes to Arches National Park and 35 minutes to Canyonlands’ Island in the Sky district. With endless public lands filled with trails, canyons, rivers and petroglyphs in between, it’s the perfect basecamp for an epic outdoor adventure.

Learn more and book your room at

Field Station Moab
889 N Main Street
Moab, UT 84532