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Arches National Park Information

About Arches

Arches National Park is located in eastern Utah. From the red-hued Delicate Arch in the east to the long, thin Landscape Arch in the north, this beautiful park if filled with beautiful sights for you to see and explore.

Things to do in Arches

Whether it’s your first visit to the park or your 100th, there’s always something new for you to try. To make the most of your trip to the Arches, take a driving tour along the 18-mile scenic road. If you’d rather get out and explore for yourself, there are a variety of hiking trails that range from 15 minutes to almost five hours. Animal lovers may want to try their hand at horseback riding and adventure seekers can try rock climbing. Not up for much exploring? Bring your camera along and take beautiful pictures of the sunrise or sunset over the arches. For a little vigorous exercise, you can opt for a bike through the park, but that would entail staying on the road. For a fun weekend adventure, pack some camping gear and plan a fun camping trip with the family at the campground at Devils Garden and enjoy phenomenal views by a campfire.

Arches Day Trips

While the arches themselves are beautiful, there are a few nearby places that are just a breathtaking. Canyonlands National Park is nearby, and is filled with wonderful views of the desert and Horseshoe Canyon. Across state lines is McInnis Canyons National Park in Colorado, another beautiful preservation with naturally occurring arches. A little farther away is Dinosaur National Monument, a fun place to bring the kids and explore the fantastic remains of the dinosaurs that once roamed the area. For more of a small town getaway, take the drive out to Springdale and relax while tourists explore the boundaries of Zion National Park. Grand Junction, Colorado is also nearby, and is a beautiful municipality waiting to be explored. Moab, the city surround Arches National Park, is another great place to explore if you want to stay a little more local.

Arches Accommodations

Whether you want to stay local during your vacation or are planning a day trip away from the park, we make it easy for you to find the perfect place to stay. While there is no camping inside the park, there are a number of campgrounds near the area including Devils Garden and Archview – a great place to choose if you’ll be bringing an RV. Plan on exploring the surrounding areas of the park? We recommend choosing one of the rentals we have available south of the park in Moab, a beautiful, quiet town with great views of the arches. If you’re planning on getting out and exploring the other parks surrounding the area, we recommend choosing a rental near Spanish Valley, so travel to these destinations will be easier. For any travel out of state to places in Colorado, choose from rentals we have available near Castle Valley, a town near the highway that will take you out of Utah. No matter where you decide to stay, you can compare rentals by price, ratings, reviews and more on Tripping. Book your Arches rental today!

Transportation in Arches

Most visits to Arches involve taking a car along the rather scenic route into the park, but parking is limited. If you don’t want to have to worry about parking, we recommend taking a shuttle or taxi into the park. While inside the park area you can explore the area on foot or by bike.

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