Our Recommendations in Utah
Being out in the wilderness has endless benefits. Solitude, space, fresh air, but, we all enjoy some creature comforts from time to time. Get in the Wild have put together a list of suggestions of where to eat and sleep, so you can get that well-earned rest at the end of a great day exploring! We hope you find these useful and we look forward to welcoming you soon.
Robber’s Roost Motel (Green River, UT)
For clean, comfortable rooms at an affordable price, the Robbers Roost Motel(opens in a new tab) is the choice of travelers in southeastern Utah. They are located in Green River, just south of the Book Cliffs, near Moab right off Interstate 70, one mile in town off exit 160 from the west and 3 miles in town off exit 164 from the east.
River Terrace Inn (Green River, UT)
Choose the River Terrace(opens in a new tab) if you are looking for a Green River, Utah hotel with excellent amenities. The hotel is conveniently located on the banks of the majestic Green River and just 1.8 miles off I-70. Choose from several room types in order to accommodate your every need. After a good night’s sleep, wake up to a delicious hot breakfast prepared to your liking.
Skyfall Guestrooms (Green River, UT)
Skyfall Guestrooms(opens in a new tab) provide a refreshing accommodation experience in beautiful Green River, Utah. Choose from three riverfront rooms, with amazing sunset views of the river and the Book Cliff mountain range. Free daily full-service breakfast is served in the Tamarisk Restaurant.
Red Sands Hotel & Spa (Torrey, UT)
Red Sands Hotel(opens in a new tab) Capitol Reef is your gateway to adventure in southern Utah’s most beautiful National Park. They have new clean rooms, plush beds, flat-screen TVs (with premium channels), in-room coffee, guest laundry, hairdryers, refrigerators, fitness room, indoor pool and hot tub making them the perfect home base!
Quiet and Cozy House Rental (Hanksville, UT)
Quiet and Cozy House Rental(opens in a new tab) is 25 minutes from Goblin Valley State Park, Swing Arm City and Capitol Reef National Park. 45 minutes from Horseshoe Canyon and Great Gallery also the Henry Mountains and about one hour from Lake Powell. Hanksville has what you need: restaurants, gas and food marts, campgrounds, motels, grocery store and a post office.
Tumbleweed Manor (Hanksville, UT)
Tumbleweed Manor is a great base for canyoneering and hiking. The surrounding area has the highest density of slot canyons in the world and is close to Capitol Reef, Goblin Valley, the San Rafael Swell, and Lake Powell.
Tamarisk Restaurant (Green River, UT)
The Tamarisk Restaurant(opens in a new tab) has been up and running since 1979 and shows no sign of stopping. Over the years it has become a Green River classic and has cemented itself as the go-to place for tourists and travelers on their way to one of the many national and state parks within an hours drive. The Tamarisk is located right on the banks of the mighty Green River which makes for some truly great scenery at sunset.
Tacos La Pasadita (Green River, UT)
Tacos La Pasadita(opens in a new tab) boosts 5 stars on Yelp and isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Everything from their breakfast burrito to the carnitas are top-notch, the menu here will take you to Mexico and back!
Ray’s Tavern (Green River, UT)
Spend your evening in Ray’s Tavern(opens in a new tab) with some chilled beer and delicious food. The full-service tavern offers high-quality food and wines with an excellent environment for all types of tastes.
The Rock Garden (Torrey, UT)
The Rock Garden(opens in a new tab) prides itself on locally sourced and seasonal entrees, salads and signature pastas, with gluten-free or vegan options. Highlighted by responsibly sourced proteins and fresh produce with unique flavor profiles
Wild Rabbit Cafe (Torrey, UT)
The Wild Rabbit Cafe(opens in a new tab) is a wonderful place to gather with friends for breakfast and lunch, or enjoy the hosted Open Mic for local artists. They also offer organic and fair trade coffee as well as freshly baked pastries – don’t forget to try it!
RV Parks & Camping
KOA Campground (Green River, UT)
Green River KOA(opens in a new tab) is the perfect base camp for Utah adventures and home of the Utah Super Six. Come stay a few days to hike, bike, swim, float the river, see rock art, and much more!
Goblin Valley State Park (Goblin Valley, UT)
Goblin Valley State Park(opens in a new tab) has it all. Whether your landscape of choice is the mountains and trees, or red rocks and sand, Utah has it all. Ranging from full hookup RV and trailer sites all the way to primitive camping, the majority of our parks across the state have a place to meet your style. So you can settle in for a quick one-nighter or head out on the road for a more adventurous experience.