Travel Destination: Arches National Park, UT

Since this year’s camping season is drawing to a close for most, you’re probably looking forward to next year’s possibilities.  If you haven’t settled on a travel destination for your next family vacation, consider making the trip to Arches National Park in Utah. We’ll show you a few of the reasons this is a must-see for many explorers.

Skyline Arch
Photo credit: NPS

Places to Stay

The Devil’s Garden Campground is the only place to stay without Arches National Park, and it books up quickly! If you’re planning ahead, you can reserve your campsite for the busy season, which runs from March through October. However, if you plan to visit in the off-season, campsites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.  

Things to See

When you visit Arches National Park, you’ll see landscapes that look otherworldly. The park has over 2,000 naturally formed stone arches throughout the park, along with thousands of other rock formations and textures to see. You can spot a beautiful array of wildlife throughout the park or visit the local museums to learn about the area’s native and settlers’ history. 

Rock paintings in Arches National Park
Photo credit: NPS

Things to Do

Arches National Park has no limit to the exploring you can do with your family! There are auto tours around the park, which take you to some of the park’s most visited landmarks. You can take part in a backpacking excursion, go horseback riding, rock climbing, and so much more! If your family is looking for a vacation full of adventure, this is the destination for you.

You’ll never have a dull day at the campground when you stay at Arches National Park in Utah!  So, reserve your campsite, and make plans to load up your Forest River Cherokee Wolf Pack toy hauler fifth wheel next summer for a week of adventure!  Contact us for more information.

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