The Rodeway Inn in the tiny town of Caineville has a quiet location in one of the most remote and scenic parts of the state, along Highway 24 ten miles from the east entrance to Capitol Reef National Park
and 17 miles from the slightly larger town of Hanksville, from where Goblin Valley
and north Lake Powell
are a short drive away. The land in front of the inn (around Caineville Wash) is wooded and partly irrigated, while beyond and behind rise the blue hills of the Caineville badlands, a color reflected in the exterior paintwork of the motel, which has 2 floors, exterior corridors and 16 rooms, all equipped with refrigerator and microwave. Free continental breakfast is offered, and a nearby cafe provides other meals. The one extra amenity at the pet friendly motel is an outdoor pool.