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Moab Area Public Land News

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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.
  • SE UTah Group Parks The Southeast Utah Group of national parks (Arches and Canyonlands national parks and Hovenweep and Natural Bridges national monuments) is joining national parks across the country in waiving entrance fees on five days in 2019 as a way to encourage people to get outdoors and spend time with their friends and family in their national parks this year.Read More
  • Canyons of the Ancients Visitor Center and Museum Every day is a free day at the Canyons of the Ancients Visitor Center and Museum between now and March 1, 2019. There are activities for all ages, interactive exhibits, as well as a half mile paved trail to Escalante Pueblo, featuring scenic vistas. Winter hours are 10 am to 4 pm daily.

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  • Manti-La Sal National Forest, La Sal Mountains

    The Forest has released several draft documents for review and would like to hear from you.
    Fall 2018 Online Review Period is now open from October 8 – November 9, 2018. Visit the Fall 2018 Review Period webpage for a complete list of draft documents and comment forms here.
    Fall 2018 Public Open House Dates:
    • November 1, 2018, 2:00 – 6:00 pm, Moab, UT – Grand Center, 182 N 500 W, Moab, UT
    • November 2, 2018, 2:00 – 6:00 pm, Monticello, UT – Hideout Community Center, 648 S Hideout Way, Monticello, UT

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  • Mountain Bikers on the White Rim Rd.

    Rain and snow can quickly change unpaved roads in Canyonlands National Park to four-wheel-drive condition or make them impassable. Check the latest conditions for the park's backcountry roads here.

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  • 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 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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  • 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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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

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