Getting to Arches
The entrance to Arches National Park is north of the town of Moab, Utah.
- From Moab, drive north on US 191 for five miles, or
- From Interstate 70 (Crescent Junction), drive south on US 191 for 22 miles.
Most people coming to Arches fly into these airports:
- Amtrak's California Zephyr serves Green River, Utah, (45 miles from the park entrance) and Grand Junction, Colorado (109 miles from the park entrance).
- Greyhound serves Green River, Utah, and Grand Junction, Colorado.
Commercial bus drivers: Please read Tour Bus Information before coming to Arches.
By Shuttle or Taxi
Commercial van services and taxis operate between Grand Junction, Green River, Moab and other destinations. For a listing of area shuttle and taxi services, visit discovermoab.com.
Area Transportation Options
For additional information on transportation options in and around Moab, visit discovermoab.com.
Inside the Park
Most visits to Arches involve traveling by vehicle along the scenic drive, which provides access to many viewpoints and trailheads. Some times of year—or even times of day—are far busier than others. Check the Traffic & Travel Trips page for information on busy times of year. Parking lots can be full for much of the day during busy seasons. Road construction may cause delays or closures during your visit.