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Bill and Leslie's Abajo Haven is a refreshing oasis in Utah canyonlands. The hospitality is genuine and warm, the food and facilities are excellent, and Bill's enthusiastic and well-informed walk-about of local habitat and and native archeology is a real pleasure. I highly recommend the Abajo Haven as a base for exploring eastern Utah.

--Dr. Brian A. Catlos, author Rough Guide Languedoc & Roussillon

Cabins

Superior Cabin

$154.63 including tax

Two Queen beds, and an additional single bed can be provided. Restroom in the cabin with a sitting area and a full covered deck with chairs. Picnic area with a fire pit, BBQ grill, chairs, and a picnic table. There is free WiFi with the cabin. Beautiful mountain view with wildlife and a world-class night sky for you to enjoy.

Photo by Les Smith

Deluxe Cabins

$98.30 including tax

One King bed and two queen beds with each cabin. Each cabin has its own private restroom next to the cabin with towels and paper products provided. The cabins have a private fire pit, BBQ grill, chairs, and a picnic table. WiFi is also available for free at these cabins. Beautiful views with wildlife and a world-class night sky. Firewood $6.00 a bundle for all cabins.

You have several dining options when you stay at Abajo Haven:

  1. Abajo Dinner: $20.00 per person – includes BBQ ribs and chicken, BBQ beans, salad, garlic toast, and extras. Bring your own wine or beer. We can provide wine glasses and a bottle opener. We can also provide an ice cooler for your beer.
  2. Your Own Cookout - If you didn't bring cooking equipment, don’t worry: we provide all the basic cooking utensils, including pots, pans, plates, cups, and a cooler. You buy your own groceries in town, and you’re ready to whip up your own rustic meal over an open fire. We'll even do the dishes for you because this is your vacation!
  3. Restaurants – Several dining options are available only 6 miles away in the nearby town of Blanding.

Please take note: WE ARE GREEN! The cabins are run by solar power electricity. While the cabins and restrooms have lights as well as power for charging phones and cameras, there is not enough electricity for curling irons, blow dryers, and similar appliances.

 

2017 Night Sky Cabin

 

2017 Barbecue