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Splashes of greenery contrast the famous fiery red rock that makes up Arches National Park, the destination for most travelers staying in our Arches vacation rentals and cabins. Over 2,000 natural stone arches can be found within the park's 76,519 acres. Plan a stay at one of our Arches National Park vacation rentals and capture memories with loved ones while exploring the sheer beauty of this well-preserved land.

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Cottonwood Cottage 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

Cottonwood Cottage - Moab, UT

From $106
Bobcat - Studio 3D Tour
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

Bobcat - Studio - Moab, UT

From $71
Sunny Acres Cabin 3D Tour
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Sunny Acres Cabin - Moab, UT

From $56
Bella Casa - Loft 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Bella Casa - Loft - Moab, UT

From $72
Cottonwoods 377 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 9

Cottonwoods 377 - Moab, UT

From $130

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Recent Arches National Park vacation rental reviews

5 bedrooms and large gathering place - perfect for our group
Malcolm I. | Nov 2021
All was as advertised we were only there for 3 days but we had everything we needed.
Allen S. | Nov 2021
Super clean, lots of room, warm and cozy. It was cold when we stayed there, so we especially loved the gas fireplace and the garage. A really nice bonus was how great the views were! 100% recommend this home.
Christy H. | Nov 2021

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Where is Arches National Park?

Where else do you find incredible high desert landscape but in Southern Utah? Located just five miles north of colorful Moab and 13 miles from lovely Spanish Valley, Arches National Park is a must-see. It's easy to spend all your time exploring the seasonal wildflowers, catching iconic sights like Delicate Arch, and spotting local wildlife such as jackrabbits and golden eagles. Our Arches National Park vacation rentals, based in Moab and the surrounding area, is the perfect home base for exploring this natural wonder.

Photographing Arches National Park

Arches National Park is a photographer's dream. Capturing that perfect shot may take a lot of patience, but knowing when the lighting will be just right can make your life a whole lot easier. Some of the best spots for early-morning shots include The Three Gossips, Sheep Rock, The Great Wall, and Cache Valley, while places like Balanced Rock, Tower Arch, and Skyline Arch are better when captured in the late afternoon. But even if you aren't exactly a seasoned photographer, with the absolutely breathtaking backdrop The Arches provide, every picture will be worth a thousand words.

Things to do near your Arches National Park cabin

Don't forget to put the camera down and simply relish in your time spent among some of the most beautiful and serene spots in all of Utah. Make memories with fellow travelers hiking, rock climbing, or even taking a calming scenic drive along the 18 miles of paved roads that lead past every major viewpoint and trailhead.

With 13 well-marked hiking trails, you'll be able to travel from your Arches National Park cabin to your ideal trail in no time. Some of the popular easy hikes include Balanced Rock, which is a quarter-mile loop, Delicate Arch Viewpoint, which is a half-mile steep climb to a viewpoint of the arch, and Broken Arch Loop, a two-mile loop through sand dunes and across a large meadow.

Seasoned hikers will likely want to take on Tower Arch, a three-and-a-half-mile trail that cuts across the valley and up and over sand dunes. Or you might make it all the way to Delicate Arch, which can take over two hours and includes traverses across slick rocks and a narrow ledge. Don't let that scare you, though: the view at the end is well worth the extra effort.

Be aware that entrance costs range from $10 for an individual (good for seven days) to $80 for an annual National Park pass, which gets you into all National Parks. If you don't already have an annual pass, the $10 seven-day pass may be your best option.

When you venture out from your Arches National Park vacation rentals, be sure to pack plenty of water, strap on your hiking boots, and prepare yourself for an adventure of a lifetime.