Family Fun

There is adventure for all ages in Moab, from family-friendly hiking trails and gentle rafting trips to prehistoric dinosaurs and petrogylphs. It's all about family fun in Moab!!

Moab Giants Dinosaur Park

Moab Giants Dinosaur Park is one of the top Moab attractions. The park includes a 3D cinema where visitors view a film that teaches them about the prehistoric world of dinosaurs. After the film, visitors can walk through the park where they will see state-of-the-art life-size replicas of dinosaurs. The area around the park and around Moab is well known for its many dinosaur bones, tracks, and fossils. The park also features the Tracks Museum, which focuses on educating visitors through its many interactive hands-on activities such as games, exhibits, and learning touch screens. If you are looking for best things to do in Moab, Utah with kids, don`t miss the Moab Giants.
Location: 112 UT-313, Moab, UT
Phone: 435-355-0288

Museum of Moab

Founded in 1958, the Museum of Moab is dedicated to preserving and presenting the unique geology, culture, and history of Moab. After spending some time operating out of a small four-room adobe house, the museum eventually found a new and larger home at its current location. The museum displays a variety of dinosaur bones, footprints, and a full cast skeleton of a dinosaur. Other exhibits include rocks, mining, and displays on pioneer history. The museum offers a variety of education outreach activities such as lectures, special events, and workshops, while the Experiential Education Centers provide hands-on activities for children.
Location: 118 East Center Street, Moab, UT
Phone: 435-259-7985

Red Rock Astronomy

Here at Moabs REDROCK ASTRONOMY we love to share our spectacular dark skies! We now live in a modern society where many of us live in light polluted areas. As a result of this, many have never had the opportunity to view the Milky Way as it should be seen - draped across the night time sky, glittering in its beauty and majesty! To help people see the cosmos as it should be, we are pleased to bring you the opportunity to do just that. We are Moabs ONLY complete astronomy tour! Fun for all ages!
Location: Moab, UT
Phone: 435-210-0066

Red River Adventures

Moab rafting day and overnight trips with Red River Adventures. Serious fun and uncrowded rafts with this experienced Moab, Utah rafting guide service.
Location: 1140 S Main St, Moab, UT
Phone: 435-259-4046

Moab Adventure Center

Awarded `Best of State` for 9 consecutive years, Moab`s One Stop for Adventure, the Moab Adventure Center, offers the easiest way for you to reserve all your daily outdoor activities plus complete vacation packages in Moab, Utah.
Location: 225 South Main Street, Moab, UT
Phone: 866-904-1163

Paddle Moab

Paddle Moab is an owner-operated stand-up paddle (SUP) boarding company that offers quality SUP tours and lessons. All levels of paddler are welcome, from beginner to advanced, and qualified SUP instructors lead all lessons and tours, covering both flat water paddling and rapid riding. A variety of tours are offered, ranging from Stand Up Paddle, a half day of paddling on calm, tranquil waters that is ideal for the whole family; Whitewater SUP, a half-day trip that teaches you to take on Class II/III rapids; or a multi-day tour with camping that ventures through the beautiful Labyrinth Canyon on the Green River and the challenging Fisher Towers Section of the Colorado River. Paddle Moab also offers SUP rentals with premier paddleboards that can be deflated for easy transportation
Location: Moab, UT
Phone: 435-210-4665

Adventure Park Moab

Surrounded by beautiful Red Rock scenery just a short walk from Moabs Main Street, Adventure Park Moab offers a fun-filled experience for the whole family by providing a variety of climbing programs for all ages and levels. Programs include High and Low Ropes Challenge Courses, which consists of over 18 elements, including horizontal traverses 40 feet above the ground, high vertical ropes, a climbing tower, and a giant swing, as well as Team Building Courses. The High Ropes Challenge offers climbers the opportunity to test their physical and mental strengths during a two or three-hour program guided by professional facilitators. The Low Ropes Challenge Course and Team Building programs are ideal for those who want an educational experience a little closer to the ground. Customized team building programs are also available, and they present opportunities for self-discovery, risk-taking, trust building, and team growth.
Location: 422 Kane Creek Blvd, Moab, UT
Phone: 435-259-4424

Rock Art and Petroglyphs

Utah Scenic Byway 279 Rock Art Sites are a series of ancient drawings carved into rock in the Moab area. The area starts on the scenic byway five miles south of its intersection with Highway 191. There is a pullout adjacent to the as well as an Indian Writing interpretive sign. Here, visitors can see rock art, or petroglyphs, that were created during the Formative Period of Native American art, approximately 1,300 to 2,000 years ago. The 125-foot panel includes depictions of animals as well as abstract objects. The next area of rock carving features a depiction of a bear and hunters. There are several other areas with rock carvings farther along the byway.
Location: Moab, UT

Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail

Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail is a nature trail located just off Highway 191 northwest of Moab. The trail starts at the Dinosaur Trailhead where there is a parking area with interpretive signs that can also be found along the trail. Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail is a short self-guided trail that is a short walk from the Monitor and Merrimac Mountain bike and jeep trail. Visitors will find a brochure and guide at the Moab Field Office. The trail leads to an area where you can see dinosaur bones that are still encased in rock. There are no guards or fences so visitors are asked to refrain from damaging the bones
Location: Moab, UT

Moab Rock Shop

The Moab Rock Shop is a retail store and museum that specializes in selling and displaying a wide variety of geological objects including crystals, dinosaur bones, fossils, gemstones, meteorites, mineral specimens, pieces of petrified wood, and much more. The shop also contains antiques, books, maps, and tools such as binoculars, gold pans, and rock hammers. Some of the fossils include a dinosaur egg nest, dinosaur eggs, fern fossils, mammoth bones, trilobites, and more. The shop is also known as Lin Ottingers Moab Rock Shop. Mr. Ottinger, who opened the shop and museum in 1960, is well known for having discovered a new species of dinosaur in 1973, which was named after him: iguanadon ottinger.
Location: 600 North Main Street, Moab, UT
Phone: 435-259-7312

Moab Cowboy Country Offroad Adventures

Hells Revenge offroad 4x4 Tours by Moab Cowboy Country Offroad Adventures is the best way to experience Moab`s most sought out offroad destination. Saddle up and take a thrilling ride in one of our custom-built UTVs on Slick rock trails where the panoramic views of the Wild West will take your breath away! We are open year-round and our Hells Revenge Tours are great family activities for children of all ages. Join us for the ultimate Moab offroad adventure!
Location: 97 S Main St, Moab, UT
Phone: 435-220-0746

Play on the Sand Dunes

Just north of Moab, almost directly across from the entrance to Arches National Park, is a hillside patch of sand that is almost always busy with kids and adults. This is a free attraction that seems to provide no end of fun for kids who climb up the hill and run or roll down the hill and then do it all over again. Parents gather at the bottom to watch the activity and soak up the sun
Location: Moab, UT

Moab Backyard Theater

Rick Boretti`s famous Comedy and Magic show appears Thursday through Saturday while Wednesday night features bluegrass and western music. Rick brings kids up on stage and they love it! Lots of laughs and audience participation and truly jaw-dropping magic. Shows start at 7 pm in spring and fall and 8 pm in the summer.
Location: 56 W. 100 S., Moab, UT
Phone: 435-260-0446

Moab Recreation and Aquatic Center

This new state-of-the-art 24,000 square-foot facility features an indoor six-lane competition pool with both one-meter and three-meter diving boards, a shallow-water area and slide, an outdoor lap pool with adjoining current channel, and a large outdoor leisure pool with a play structure and slides. A fitness area with weight and cardio machines is also available.
Location: 374 N Park Ave, Moab, UT
Phone: 435-259-8226

Ken`s Lake Recreation Area

Kens Lake Recreation Area. Kens Lake, an 82 acre manmade reservoir provides cool fun for the entire family with swimming, canoeing, rafting and kayaking, as well as fishing (must have license) and is available for free day use. (links to canoe & kayak rentals and fishing license info.)
Location: Ken's Lake, Moab

Moab BMX Park

Dirt bike jumps and BMX racing - Located at the end of the Mill Creek Parkway, next to 500 West, Anonymous Park is a tribute to dirt jumping and BMX racing. A series of kickers lead into a fun course that`s been developed.
Location: 1-99 5th W St, Moab, UT

Moab Skatepark

The Moab City Skatepark is the result of a great deal of hard work by people in the community who believe that kids need a place to express their creativity on wheels. There was an impressive grassroots efforts by the youth of Moab to fund and establish the Park. The Park was constructed in 1999 and was an immediate success!
Location: 376 N 100 W, Moab, UT