Eating & Sleeping
Lodging and Dining
There are no restaurants or lodges in Arches National Park. The nearest restaurants and hotels are in Moab, Utah, about five miles from the park entrance.
Canyonlands Natural History Association sells some hiking snacks in the bookstore.
Visit discovermoab.com for information on Moab area lodging and dining options.
There are several spots for picnicking in the park. All these areas have picnic tables and restrooms nearby. Some also have fire grates:
Arches has one 50-site campground at Devils Garden. You can reserve individual sites March through October. Between November and February, sites are first-come, first-served. There are also two group sites at the campground. Read more about camping at Arches.
NOTE: Devils Garden Campground will be closed March 1, 2017, through November 30, 2017, for a major construction project.
As of September 6, 2016, Arches National Park has suspended backcountry overnight use while staff review the Backcountry Management Plan. Read more about the backpacking moratorium.