Please read the following Frequently Asked Questions before contacting us.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are reservations required at Arches National Park?
Between November 1, 2023 and March 31, 2024, timed entry tickets will not be necessary to enter the park.
Between April 1, 2024 and October 31, 2024 Arches National Park is implementing a Pilot Timed Entry Reservation System. This system provides reliable access to the park and results in a higher quality visitor experience. Prior to this system there was no guarantee of access to the park during the peak season. With a little advanced planning visitors enjoyed a stress-free visit to one of the most beautiful national parks in the nation. Read more…
Are reservations required at Canyonlands National Park or Dead Horse Point State Park?
Are developed BLM Campgrounds open year-round in the Moab area?
Yes. However, there may be some temporary closures due to seasonal demand or adverse conditions. Check our BLM Camping Page for the latest information.
Is my ATV/UTV Street Legal?
Your vehicle must have (1) a license plate from your home state and (2) meet all of these requirements. If your home state does not issue license plates to ATV/UTVs, your vehicle cannot be street legal in Utah. If your vehicle is not street legal it must be trailered or towed to the trailheads.
Do I need a Utah Non-Resident OHV Permit?
If a street-legal OHV is registered and has a license plate from your home state, and it meets all of Utah’s street-legal requirements, then you do not need to purchase a Utah Non-Resident OHV Permit. If your vehicle is not street legal you need to purchase a permit online. Permits are $30 and are good for a full year. Note that these permits are not available in Moab and can only be purchased online. This permit is only for riding on Moab’s OHV trails, not on roads, streets and highways.
Do all OHV operators need to take the Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Education Course?
Yes. Utah now requires all OHV operators to complete the Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Education Course. Read more…
The Grand County Economic Development Office serves as an invaluable resource for comprehensive and impartial information regarding tourism-related businesses in Moab. It is important to note that the office’s staff is committed to maintaining an unbiased approach and cannot provide personal recommendations. To access business reviews and opinions, we encourage you to explore online platforms like tripadvisor.com or yelp.com, which offer a wealth of user-generated feedback and experiences. These platforms can assist you in making well-informed decisions based on the diverse perspectives of fellow travelers.
Grand County Economic Development
PO Box 550
Moab, UT 84532