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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.
  • Arches National Park Certified as an International Dark Sky Park
    Arches National Park has been certified as an international dark sky park, a place recognized for its quality night skies and a commitment to protecting and sharing natural darkness.Read More
  • BLM Closes Some Moab Area Campgrounds for the Summer

    The Bureau of Land Management has closed a few Moab area campgrounds during the slower summer months. These campgrounds will reopen for the busy fall season on August 27th, 2019.
    • Kane Creek – Ledge A, the back part of Ledge B, Ledge C and the back part of Ledge E are closed. The rest of the Ledge campground is open.
    • SR-313 – Lone Mesa Campground is closed.
    • SR-128 – Upper Big Bend Campground is closed.
    All other Moab area BLM campgrounds will remain open. For more information, call the Moab Field Office at (435) 259-2100.

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  • Expect Construction Delays near Natural Bridges National Monument

    Road crews will be working on the Natural Bridges National Monument park entrance road and nearby highways 95 and 261, beginning June 8, 2019. Expect 15-30 minute delays. This project is expected to last for at least 6 months. Check the Natural Bridges website for more information.

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  • Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are preparing for a busy Memorial Day weekend, and are advising visitors to expect heavy traffic, crowded trails, and limited parking.
    "Memorial Day weekend is typically our busiest weekend of the year," said Superintendent Kate Cannon. "We recommend people come to the parks early in the morning or late in the afternoon."
    Visitors looking for activities beyond the parks can visit the Moab Information Center. The knowledgeable MIC staff is ready to help with recommendations for things to see and do in the Moab area.

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  • White Rim Road Flooding Expected as Snow Melts
    Flooding on the White Rim Trail

    With deep snowpacks in the mountains that feed the Green River, it is likely that high water on the Green River will cause flooding on the west side of the White Rim Road between the Hardscrabble and Labyrinth campsites. This possibility will persist through late June. This may make the road impassible. Check river levels before your trip and read the full advisory on the Canyonlands National Park road conditions page.

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  • White Rim Road Flooding
    Flooding on the White Rim Trail

    The White Rim Road in Canyonlands National Park is impassible at Upheaval Wash due to flooding. There is imminent danger on the road north of the Labyrinth campsite. This is a dangerous time to be traveling on this section of the road; adjust your backcountry plan accordingly. You can check current road conditons by visiting the Canyonlands Road Conditions webpage.

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  • Bears Ears, La Sal, Abajo Mountains Road and Trail Condition Report
    Photo by the USFS

    Is your favorite Forest Road or trail open? Check the U.S. Forest Service, Manti-La Sal National Forest's May 15, 2019 road and trail report here.The Moab and Monticello Ranger Districts are asking people to please stay off snowy/muddy roads until they dry out.

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  • White Rim Road Maintenance
    Bikes on the White Rim Road. NPS photo Road crews will be doing maintenance on the White Rim Road through the beginning of May, 2019. You may experience delays. The White Rim Road is in Canyonlands National Park. A permit is required for day trips and overnight.Read More
  • Astronomy Program at Natural Bridges
    Milky Way over Owachomo Bridge - NPS photo by Jacob W Frank

    International Dark Sky Week starts on Sunday, March 31, 2019. Natural Bridges National Monument will be giving an Astronomy Program the night of Friday, April 5th. The free program starts at 8:15 pm at the Visitor Center parking lot. If the weather is not good, the program will be moved inside to the Visitor Center theater. Reservations are not required for this program.

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  • 2019 Community Artist in the Parks Selected
    Tony Savarese - courtesy photo The National Park Service Southeast Utah Group has selected Antonio (Tony) Savarese as the 2019 Community Artist in the Parks (CAIP). As Community Artist for 2019, Antonio will create original work within the parks from April through October, and share his inspiration and creative process with visitors.Read More

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