This campground is the only place in the park to camp! Prices range from $25-$250 a night so plan ahead before camping here! No hook ups but it does have flushing toilets & drinking water. Such a beautiful place to camp if you can steal a sight.
Hikes & Views:
We hit a few places the first evening and got up early to see a few more before taking off back to the depot. Even if you just drive through Arches National Park you will see these iconic arches from the road! There are many hikes around Arches National Park but we found that many of the hikes were a short distance from your car to the different Arches, making it easy for children hiking.
Windows Loop & Turret Arch Trail
This is a 1.2 mile busy trail! You’ll find it to be so unique and beautiful. We were able to see wild jack rabbits and other wildlife. We had a chance to do this trail in the light and decided to go back at dark and take night pictures. So gorgeous… just don’t get lost like we did on the way back and get stuck in a wild jack rabbit home. 🙂 You’ll have a story for the grandchildren at least!
Balanced Rock Trail
This looped trail is a 0.3 mile, busy & easy trail! It’s one of the more infamous spots and its easy access makes it a must have photo stop.
Broken Arch Trail
This trail is a 1.7 mile loop trail. It is accessible year-round. It is an easy trail for all ages and has a beautiful overlook at the end! This is also the same parking lot for Sand Dune Arch Trail.
Sand Dune Arch Trail
This trail is 0.3 mile busy trail but so worth it! We were lucky enough to hit it when it wasn’t very busy and had a chance to get up close to the beautiful red rocks. So beautiful!
Southern Utah is one of the most uniquely beautiful spots in the world.
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