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Stay up-to-date on what’s happening with the parks and public lands in the Moab area and southeastern Utah. Check back often to stay connected with the lands you love.
  • Call for 2019 Community Artist in the Parks Applications
    Community Artist in the Parks

    The Southeast Utah Group of parks is now accepting applications for the 2019 Community Artist in the Parks (CAIP) program. Artists must be residents of Grand or San Juan counties in Utah, or Montezuma County in Colorado. The deadline to submit applications is October 20, 2018. For more program details and application information, visit go.nps.gov/CAIP

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  • Ethnographic Overview for Arches National Park Completed
    Balanced Rock, Arches National Park

    How do tribes connect to Arches National Park? An Ethnographic Overview and Assessment has recently been completed that examines how Native American tribes view the geological features, plants, and animals at the park.

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  • Firewood not available at Devils Garden Campground

    Firewood is no longer available for sale at the Devils Garden Campground in Arches National Park. If you want a campfire, you will need to bring your own firewood. Firewood is available at many of the convenience stores in Moab. Please note that wood gathering in the park is prohibited.

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  • Kane Gulch Ranger Station Open for the Fall Season
    Kane Gulch Ranger Station The Kane Gulch Ranger Station, located on Cedar Mesa in Southeastern Utah, reopened on September 1 for the busy fall season. Operated by the Bureau of Land Management, the ranger station's hours are from 8 am to 12 noon.Read More
  • Man Pleads Guilty to Defacing Corona Arch; Agrees to Pay Fine And Restitution
    Corona Arch - BLM photo by Bob Wick An Idaho man pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charging him with defacing Corona Arch by scratching graffiti into the rock. As a part of the plea agreement, Ryan Bird Andersen, age 45, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, agreed to pay the maximum fine of $1,000, full restitution of $858.32 to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and a processing fee of $30.Read More
  • Fire Restrictions Rescinded in Southeastern Utah
    BLM campground near Moab As a result of late summer rains and slightly cooler temperatures, on September 5, 2018, the Bureau of Land Management, United States Forest Service, National Park Service, and State of Utah have lifted fire restriction orders in the following areas....Read More
  • Cutthroat Unit of Hovenweep Closed Temporarily
    Cutthroat Unit at Hovenweep National Monument Due to physical security issues related to the access of the Cutthroat Unit at Hovenweep National Monument, the unit has been closed temporarily to public access. For more information, contact the Park: (970) 562-4282 ext. 10.Read More
  • Panorama Point to Close Weekdays through October for Construction
    View from Panorama Point in Arches National Park

    The National Park Service will temporarily close Panorama Point at Arches National Park beginning the week of August 13, 2018, for a construction project. The viewpoint will be closed Monday through Thursday weekly, possibly through the end of October.

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  • Work Continues on Arches Traffic Management Plan
    Arches entrance traffic cam

    Arches National Park continues to work on a Traffic Congestion Management Plan (TCMP) to address vehicle traffic and parking congestion problems that affect visitor access, visitor enjoyment, and resource conditions. The TCMP proposes a reservation system for entrance during high-visitation season and peak visitation hours.Read More

  • Fire Danger Prompts Increased Fire Restrictions in Southeastern Utah
    SE Utah Fire Restrictions increased Southeastern Utah is experiencing hazardous fire conditions due to prolonged drought and extremely dry vegetation. Weather forecasts and wildland fire prediction models point to increased fire danger. As a result, fire restrictions have been increased by all public land agencies. Among the restrictions are that no campfires (wood or charcoal) anywhere including designated campgrounds, but liquid fuel stoves using petroleum or liquid propane gas (LPG) products will still be allowedRead More

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