News & Events
- Interpretation during a Pandemic
- Indian Creek Restrictions lifted
- 2020 Utah National Parks Challenge
The health of our employees and visitors is of the utmost importance. We will continue to update as more information becomes available.
The Moab and Blanding Information Centers are open.
Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park are allowing access to:
- All park roads, trails, and restrooms
- Commercial operations as previously permitted
- Park Stores are open, and Rangers are greeting visitors outside the visitor center.
The following facilities and services remain closed at this time:
- Visitor center information desks, auditoriums, and museum exhibits;
- Permits and tours in the Fiery Furnace and backcountry camping at Arches.
Arches and Canyonlands national parks continue to follow a plan of phased increase in public access to park facilities and services. The next phase includes selective reopening of campgrounds.
On July 1, first-come/first-served camping may resume at the campgrounds at Island in the Sky and The Needles districts of Canyonlands National Park. Three group campsites at The Needles will open for reservations on July 1, but the largest group site (capacity 41-50) will remain closed until further notice. Some standard campsites at The Needles will be available for advance reservations in September/October. Reservations must be made through www.Recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
On July 19, camping may resume at Devils Garden Campground at Arches National Park. All standard campsites and both group sites will be fully reservable through www.Recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
Beginning May 14th, Hovenweep & Natural Bridges National Monuments resumed access to roads, trails, and restrooms.
The following areas will remain closed until further notice:
- Hovenweep & Natural Bridges Visitor Centers and bookstores operated by Canyonlands Natural History Association
- Hovenweep & Natural Bridges Campgrounds
- Kane Gulch Ranger Station is temporarily closed.
To find the most up to date information at Southeast Utah Parks please visit the links below:
These are challenging times for CNHA, our public lands partners, and our visitors, members and supporters. Maybe these beautiful lands we care so much about are all that is immune from COVID-19.
We continue to offer what we can in support of southeast Utah public lands through our new, recently launched website and store. We invite you to browse our site for news and information, as well as updated products, and to find a much needed connection to these natural areas.
Moab Information Center 2020 Lecture Series
At the Moab Information Center Auditorium
Free to the public