Dead Horse Point State Park Info
Dead Horse Point State Park >>>
Dead Horse Point is likely one of Utah’s most scenic state parks. Dead Horse Point is located West of Moab and close to the border of Canyonlands National Park. You can view a MAPQUEST image of the park’s location here. You’ll notice that the entrance to the park is North of Moab via State Road (313).
Dead Horse Point is a peninsula of rock connected to a large mesa by a narrow strip. On all sides are sheer sandstone cliffs and the view of the Colorado River thousands of feet below is stunningly beautiful.
Facts & Figures
Park Open: Year Round. Park hours are 6:00 am – 10:00 pm. Visitor Center hours during the winter is 9:00am – 5:00pm and the rest of the year it’s open 8:00am – 6:00pm.
Size: 5,362 acres / 2,169 hectares
Elevation: 5,900ft / 1,790 meters
Day Use Fee: $7
Camping Spots: 21 – Call the park to inquire about group camping spots.
There is a pavilion too.
Camping Fee: $14 day
RV Sites? Yes. They have electrical and waste disposal. Max length for your RV is 45 ft.
Maximum Stay: 14 days
Reservations for camping are accepted March 1st through October 31st.
You can make reservations online at the Utah State Parks Website here http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/visiting/reservations.htm.
Dead Horse Point State Park
P.O. Box 609