Arches National Park

Location: Moab, UT

You will never forget the first time you witness Utah's Delicate Arch. Two trails and a viewpoint accessible by car offer different view of Delicate Arch, Arches National Park's most famous geologic feature. The park has 2,000 more arches, as well as towering spires, harrowing hoodoos and precarious pinnacles, including Balanced Rock, Skyline Arch, and Courthouse Towers. This park covers 73,000 acres, with a paved 40 mile scenic drive from the park entrance to the campground at Devil's Garden with numerous parking areas for trail access and scenic overlooks. Road guides and hiking brochures are available at the visitor center and park entrance located 5 miles north of Moab via U.S. Route 191. 
Arches is open year round, as is the campground. Be sure to carry plenty of water when exploring this vast park, no matter the season.