Moab, Utah: Hole N' The Rock
There are no trees for building homes in southeastern Utah, so Albert and Gladys Christensen spent 12 years creating one by blasting into a sandstone cliff face. 14 rooms, 5,000 square feet, a classic Utah tourist attraction. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Visitor Tips and News About Hole N' The Rock
This place is pet friendly. We have a 13 pound dog, and we were told that as long as we could carry her on the 12 minute tour, she was welcome inside the attraction with us. Although there are areas where dogs are not allowed (such as a small zoo on site), there is a designated pet area behind the general store.[Erica, 08/03/2012]
Hole N' the Rock creator Albert Christensen loved his own animals so much that he had them stuffed and made a permanent part of his attraction. We're glad to see the current owners carrying on the pro-pet tradition.
Interesting place. Very short tour. But I do love the crazy dudes who build amazing structures.[Angelique Kube, 06/25/2012]
This two story outhouse is located at Hole n the Rock on Hwy. 191 south of Moab, Utah. The top story is reserved for the "Mine Boss," and the bottom is reserved for "Miners."[Joe Boulter, 09/06/2005]