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Moab COVID-19 Updates

UPDATED May 16, 2022

COVID-19 Transmission Level

For the current COVID Transmission Level in Moab and Grand County click here.

Current Moab Status

  • Arches National Park
    • Trails, Overlooks, Campground, Bookstore & Visitor Services – Open
    • Fiery Furnace (Ranger-Led Hikes & Individual Permits) – Open
  • Canyonlands National Park – Trails, Overlooks, Campground, Bookstore & Visitor Services – Open
  • Dead Horse Point State Park – Open
  • Trails (OHV/Hiking/Biking) on BLM Land – Open
  • Developed Campgrounds on BLM Land – Open
  • Dispersed Camping on BLM Land – Open
    Human waste carryout is mandatory (portable toilet or human waste bags).
  • National Forest Developed Campgrounds: Warner Lake (excluding cabin), Oowah Lake, Mason Draw – Open (Weather Dependent)
  • Commercial Campgrounds & RV Parks – Open
  • Overnight Accommodations (Hotels/Motels/B&B’s/Condos/Guest Homes) – Open
  • Restaurants – Open
  • Guides & Outfitters – Open
  • Equipment Rentals – Open
  • Vehicle Rentals – Open
  • Shops & Galleries – Open

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I wear a mask in Moab?

Masks are recommended but not required in Moab. Social distancing – maintaining at least 6 feet between individuals wherever possible – is also recommended. The Moab Information Center, on the corner of Main and Center Streets, and the National Park Service are distributing masks to area visitors.

How many COVID-19 cases are there currently in Moab (Grand County)?

The Southeast Utah Health Department keeps an updated list here.

Are the national parks open?

Yes. Arches and Canyonlands national parks are continuing to increase visitor services:

  • Open: All park roads, hiking trails, viewing areas, campgrounds, bookstores, and visitor centers (services are located outside)
  • Online only: Canyonlands backcountry and river permits

Are trails (OHV, hiking, biking) on public lands (Bureau of Land Management) open?

Yes. All trails on BLM land are open.

Can I camp on public lands (Bureau of Land Management)?

Yes. All developed campgrounds are open. Dispersed camping is also allowed. Human waste carryout is mandatory for dispersed campers (portable toilet or human waste bags).

Is Dead Horse Point State Park open?

Yes, the park is open to everyone.

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