We are located in Ballard RV park , which is a small and quiet park located a mile off of I-70 exit 187. We are 5 miles from the Moab exit # 182. Thompson Springs is a famous little Ghost Town. We have a new and modern convenience at the freeway exit that is open 24/7 and very well stocked . We are 10 miles north of some of the best and well preserved Dinosaur tracks in the world . we are about 30 minutes from Arches and Canyonlands ,National Parks and about 35 minutes from Moab Utah
“Our stay at Walters Airbnb in Thompson was just the place we needed. We decided to take a mini road trip during covid 19 and explore Arches. Walters had everything we needed from a clean and complete kitchen, spacious and cute living space to a unique location near 7-11. Toiletries, kitchen utensils, coffee, tv, extra blankets were included. Just 30 minutes away from Arches and as we went back and forth during our stay. We even drive a little further from the Airbnb to capture the Milky Way in the desert. Thank you again for accompanying us last minute!”
Welcome to our secluded, hillside oasis! Situated outside of town in a peaceful neighborhood, the Aerie Loft offers a hotel-style studio engulfed in absolutely stunning panoramic views. It is located on a south-facing slope above the charming Moab Valley, 3 miles south of town. We're up on a hillside, so sunrises and sunsets are amazing! The 'Aerie Loft' offers a covered carport for relaxing outdoors, tinkering with gear, and BBQing.
“The pictures are accurate—not only is Dailey's space absolutely gorgeous, filled with art, plants and adorable furniture, but the view is as amazing as it looks. We absolutely loved watching the sunrise over the La Sal mountains in the east, and set behind the canyon in the west. Dailey left lots of helpful notes around the apartment, including food recommendations. I loved the record player, such a good touch. There's a nice collection of vintage records to listen to. While we didn't get to meet Dailey in person, we did meet her father and their adorable "guard dog" Blackie. The home is about a 5 min drive to downtown Moab, 15-ish min drive to Arches, and ~45 min drive to the entrance of Canyonlands Island in the Sky—but honestly, sometimes it was hard to leave the loft! Thank you so much for this experience, Dailey!”
This tiny shack was built between the early 1900s and 1930 by John and Sid Pace. Fully renovated and insulated this place is warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Military issued bunk beds for space efficiency. A super spacious front porch perfect for hanging out and enjoying the sunset. Fire pit for cooking and as many stars as you can comprehend at night in a true ghost town.
“When we sat out on this trip, we really wanted to have an unique experience with the places we stayed. And this really hit the mark. It’s so creative and cool. Has a real fallout vibe. We travelled the entire country and one of the best moments came from this place. As fireworks were being blasted in the desert sky, was awesome. Of course this wasn’t planned by the host and it was her neighbors. She apologized immediately, but trust me it’s very cool. 10/10 would stay again”