Where is Arches National Park, Utah - Location Map, Travel Info, Facts

Arches National Park is located in eastern Utah, United States. The park is adjacent to the Colorado River, 4 miles (6 km) north of Moab, in the state of Utah.

Arches National Park Location Map, Utah

Where is Arches National Park Located?

Arches National Park is located in Moab, Utah, drive five miles north on Main Street/US 191. Arches National Park is the world's largest concentration of natural sandstone arches, It contains over 2,000 natural sandstone arches.

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Arches National Park Facts & Information:

CountryUnited States
LocationGrand County, Utah, United States
Nearest cityMoab, Utah
Coordinates38.68333°N 109.56667°W
Area76,679 acres (119.811 sq mi; 31,031 ha; 310.31 km2)
EstablishedApril 12, 1929, as a national monument
Visitors1,238,083 (in 2020)[2]
Governing bodyNational Park Service
AirportDenver International Airport via SkyWest Airlines/United Express.
ZIP Code84532
Area code(s)435
Time zoneUTC-7 (Mountain (MST)) In Summer UTC-6 (MDT)
Road Network to ReachVia U.S. Route 191, it is 31 miles (50 km) south of Interstate 70 at Crescent Junction, and it is 54 miles (87 km) north of Monticello. Via Utah State Route 128 it is 46 miles (74 km) southwest of Cisco.
Best Time to Visit Arches National ParkApril through May and September through October
NEARBY PARKSCanyonlands National Park, Colorado National Monument, Natural Bridges National Monument

Thing to Do in Arches National Park

Delicate Arch, Landscape Arch, Double Arch, Balanced Rock, Fiery Furnace, Devils Garden, Sand Dune Arch, Corona Arch, Double O Arch, Devil's Garden Trailhead, Turret Arch, Slickrock Bike Trail, Broken Arch Trailhead, The Windows Section, Tunnel Arch, Wolfe Ranch, North Window Arch, Pine Tree Arch, Navajo Arch, La Sal Mountains Viewpoint, Klondike Bluffs Trail, Sand Flats Recreation Area, Three Gossips, Devils Garden Primitive Loop, Rim Tours Mountain Bike Adventures, Arches National Park Visitor Center, Grandstaff Canyon Trail, Cache Valley, Eye of the Whale Arch, Lower Delicate Arch Viewpoint, Elephant Butte, Courthouse Towers Viewpoint, Longbow Arch, Pinto Arch, Fiery Furnace Viewpoint, Devil's Garden Trail, Herdina Park, Uranium Arch, Mill Canyon Dinosaur Bone Trail, Windows Trailhead and more.