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Should you choose not to take this hike, consider driving to the Delicate Arch Viewpoint Trail, which provides an ideal location for a photo, preferably with the arch highlighted by a clear blue sky. From the parking area, it is about a 5-minute walk to the viewpoint. 2 miles RT. Easy to strenuous. Access: Devils Garden parking area. The whole Devils Garden loop is a fairly long, strenuous, and difficult hike, from which you can see 15 to 20 arches and some exciting scenery, as well as can’tmiss Landscape Arch.
The sites nestle among rocks, with plenty of pinyon and juniper trees. com; $9 booking fee) to make sure you’ll have a site. Reservations are available March through October. Summer campers who haven’t made reservations should arrive early; sites are available beginning at 7:30am. NEAR THE PARK More than a dozen commercial campgrounds are in and around Moab. S. S. S. O. com), offers all the usual RV hookups, showers, and other amenities you’d expect in a first-class commercial RV park, plus great views into the park and trees throughout.
On-site is a convenience store with food and some RV supplies. There are also six cabins ($35 for two). The Moab KOA, 3225 S. S. 191, Moab, UT 84532 (% 800/562-0372 for reservations, or 435/259-6682; www. com), about 3 miles south of Moab, has trees and great views of the La Sal Mountains. It has a miniature golf course, game room, two playgrounds, cable TV hookups, wireless Internet, and a convenience store with RV supplies and propane. About half of the sites are for tents only. There are also one- and two-room cabins ($42–$60 double).
Alone in the Wilderness by Joseph Knowles