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Southeast Utah Parks and Recreation Areas

National Parks, State Parks, Tribal Parks & Recreation Areas

Arches National Park
See one of the world's premiere scenic wonders.

 

When You Get To Moab...

Moab
Information
Center

Corner of Center and Main

This walk-in facility is open year-round with knowledgeable staff available to answer your questions with free area brochures and maps.

Canyonlands National Park
Take a look at Utah's wild backcountry.

Mesa Verde National Park
Go with a Ranger to tour the cliff dwellings; they are some of the most significant archeological findings in America.

Natural Bridges National Monument
Teddy Roosevelt established this as a National Monument in 1908. The remarkable features and landscape can be seen today.

Hovenweep National Monument
People first hunted then farmed here for 10,000 years. Stand next to a three-story ruin, let your gaze scan the horizon and try to imagine what they were thinking.

Four Corners Monument
- Navajo Tribal Park
Where else are you going to see four states meet?

Monument Valley
- Navajo Tribal Park
The dramatic buttes and expansive desert are at once startling and calming.
Ute Mountain Tribal Park
Visitor Center is at Highway Junction 160/491,
eight miles south of the Ute Mountain Casino
800-847-5485    970-565-9653    970-565-3751 ext.330
April 10 - October 31 Ute Mountain Tribal Park full, half, remote and private tours

Utah State Parks

Dead Horse Point State Park
Located between Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, this state park has one of the biggest, best views in the country.

Goosenecks State Park
Once you look over the edge you will understand what meander really means.

Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum
The Ancestal Puebloan ruins and artifacts repository for SE Utah provide an impressive display. See Museum Happenings, too.

Sand Flats Recreation Area - Slickrock Bike Trail
This unique area is managed in partnership by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Grand County and both offer websites about it. The BLM site links to a map of the area and the Grand County page offers a good question and answer section.

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