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From the prominence of Dead Horse Point, 2,000 feet above a gooseneck in the Colorado River, an ever changing landscape unfurls. Immense vertical cliffs meet with canyons carved by ice, water and wind creating a visual masterpiece. Plants and...more
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So we went out to watch the sunset. $20 for admission for an hour, though the pass is good for two days. Not all that much to do out there, except go to the overlook. More like a $10 value. Also, very disappointed the natural...More
Spent the afternoon exploring this state park. Staff at visitor center are helpful. Views from visitor center are awesome! And although clouds obstructed.the view the death horse viewpoint is impressive.
There is a Utah Geotour geocache at the Dead Horse Point State Park sign on the way in to the park. We thought the views here were amazing! If you visit the nearby National Parks, make sure to visit here as well.
This is one of the best kept secrets of the Red Rock Canyon Type of Parks. It is so beautiful it looks like it should be in the NPS. Definetly worth the drive out there if you are in Arches or Canyonlands Area.
Nice views high above the river, with speculator vistas unfolding. There is a Visitor Center with facilities. There is a small fee, but , how else are they going to keep these areas open and the facilities clean? Acessable by any auto.
My family visited the park in February with snow in the ground. The visitor center was a little run down; pictures fading and such. The view is pretty cool, but not a great as some others. If you have a state park pass it’s definitely...More
If you’re driving to Canyonlands NP. You must take a very short detour to drive out to Dead Horse State Park. This is the prettiest State Park in Utah... and maybe the United States. The road to Canyonlands is a dead end... you pass the...More
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There are bike rental places in Moab, Utah which is the "gateway" town for Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point. I don't know a specific name, I guess just "google" it. I am not aware of a "shuttle" but there are... More
There are bike rental places in Moab, Utah which is the "gateway" town for Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point. I don't know a specific name, I guess just "google" it. I am not aware of a "shuttle" but there are various tours available, again out of Moab. Hope this helps.