The town of Moab, located five miles south of the park entrance, is a full-service community. You can find most goods and services in Moab.
Lodging, Dining, Camping
Read more about eating and sleeping.
There are no gas stations in the park. There are many gas stations in Moab.
You can get water year-round at Arches Visitor Center and Devils Garden Campground, and seasonally at Devils Garden Trailhead.
For emergencies inside the park, dial 911. There are medical facilities and a hospital in Moab.
There are no dump stations inside the park, but there are many dump station facilities in Moab.
There is no public WiFi at Arches. Grand County Library and many restaurants in Moab have WiFi available. You may not charge electrical devices in outlets at the visitor center.
There are pay telephones available 24 hours a day outside the visitor center.
Cell Phone Service
Red rock country is easy on the eyes but hard on mobile phones. Cellular service is available in most towns and along major highways, but visitors will find many areas without coverage throughout the region.
Coverage at Arches is spotty. Service varies between carriers. As a rule of thumb, signals are strongest wherever the La Sal Mountains are visible. Areas with reliable cell phone coverage for most carriers include:
Satellite phones are a fairly reliable means of communication at Arches. Visitors should expect dropped calls and periodic lack of service when satellites are not in a position to transmit. No radio frequencies are monitored at Arches.
Last updated: July 23, 2021