Plan Your Visit

Welcome to Arches

Arches National Park is a wonderland of red rocks and blue sky. The red rock landscape at Arches might feel timeless, dream-like, or even other-worldly. People have documented over 2,000 natural stone arches within park boundaries. You can see arches, towers, pinnacles, and balanced rocks from the paved park roads. Take a hike, and you can see even more.

To learn more about the park, join us on a ranger program. Check out the visitor center, or download a variety of publications. Take a look at the links below to plan your visit.

Arches is a very popular national park. Traffic congestion between March and October can quickly bring you back to reality. Bring your patience, or plan a visit during slower seasons. Planning ahead can help make your visit as enjoyable as possible.

NOTE: Devils Garden Campground is closed through November 30, 2017, due to a major construction project.

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Basic Information

The basics: entrance fees, operating hours, goods and services, current conditions, and weather.

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Directions and Transportation

Everything you need to know about directions to the park, roads, transportation, traffic, and how to get around when you're here.

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Places to Go

Learn about the major sites inside the park.

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Eating and Sleeping

Devils Garden Campground is closed through Nov. 30, 2017. There are many camping, lodging, and dining options outside the park.

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Things to Do

Driving, hiking, cycling, camping, stargazing, and ranger programs: there's something for everyone.

the Arches entrance road as viewed from the entrance station

Traffic and Webcams

You may experience heavy visitation and traffic spring through fall. Check webcams, and read more about traffic conditions in the park.

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You should be aware of these safety concerns to make sure you have an enjoyable visit.

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Nearby Attractions

The area surrounding Arches National Park is a recreational wonderland. Learn about other nearby attractions.

the park newspaper and a Devils Garden trail guide


Download and print brochures and maps from Arches National Park.


Learn about facilities and services for people with disabilities.

Get books, maps, and other materials to help you plan your visit.

Look for events and activities at Arches.

Park Regulations
How to protect your park.

Trip Itineraries
Browse suggestions on how to spend your visit.

Connect to our social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and more.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

PO Box 907
Moab, UT 84532


(435) 719-2299

Contact Us