The view of the river here is gorgeous! Be sure to hike the East Rim Trail from the visitor center and take it all in.
About Dead Horse Point State Park
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Nice views but I am not sure it's worth going so far off the main road given there are so many other incrediblel thingsto see in the area.
We love Dead Horse Point because of the many different views it offers depending on which cliff you're standing on and at what time of day (sunrise or sunset). The best part about our experience was Kayenta Campground, though. Don't miss the opportunity to stay...More
Many tourists pass this attraction by on their way to the Island in the Sky section of Canyonlands National Park and are unaware that it is one of the two or three grandest viewpoints in the Moab area which says a lot. Don’t complain about...More
This park provides a great reminder to how small we are in this universe. See amazing bluff and canyon formations created by the Colorado River. Take your camera and hope for some overcast skies to get the best photos. Even with a sunny day and...More
The views are quite spectacular from Dead Horse Point. I recommend this state park over Canyonlands National Park. If I were pressed for time this is a great place to visit rather than drive another 30-45 minutes into Canyonlands National Park on hwy 313. The...More
I really recommend this place. The drive to go to the park is already nice, the vistas as the visitors centers as well. But as from the moment you and take a walk, it is stunning. You don't hear a single thing, you feel one...More
Our family visited Moab for Christmas 2017. We visited Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point. Seeing these places during Winter was a totally different experience than the Summer. Most importantly, there were hardly any other visitors, we had the place nearly to ourselves. The views...More
Unlike most visitors, I wasn't awed by this park. I felt nearby Canyonlands had a much better variety of views and trails. Dead horse has an east rim overview/rim trail - pretty except for the scars of manmade activity, ugh - and a less picturesque...More