Camping in Arches National Park

National Park Passes
May 16, 2017

Moab in the Spring

Spring is a great time to go camping in Moab, Utah, and Adventure Camper can help get you there with our line of Ultra-Lite Travel Trailers. Moab is a wonderland in red rock country, with gorgeous canyons carved out for centuries by the Colorado River. Set up your camper at one of the many camp sites available through the Bureau of Land Management or Dead Horse Point State Park and start your exploration of Utah’s most exciting destination.
Just minutes outside of Moab is Arches National Park, a wonderland of natural arches formed over centuries by water, ice, wind, and gravity. Hike to Delicate Arch, the most famous natural arch in Utah and enjoy the view of the La Salle Mountains in the distance. A short drive away is Double-O Arch, where young Indiana Jones discovered the Cross of Coronado in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
And speaking of movies, Moab is famous for being used in many Hollywood movies. Take a break from hiking and visit the Moab Museum of Movies and Western History, where you can see memorabilia from the plethora of movies filmed in and around Moab, including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Not only can you see the movie memorabilia, but you can actually visit the place where the real Butch and Sundance hid from the law. Hole in the Rock is a short drive from Moab, and you can explore this small section of the outlaw trail.
After a full day of exploring, head back to your Real-Lite camper trailer and enjoy some of the great features of this trailer. The weather can vary in the desert in the spring. Fortunately, Real-Lite has both a furnace and an air conditioner, so you can be comfortable no matter what the weather throws at you. There are many different options to suit your needs, so stop in to Adventure Camper and check out our Real-Lite Campers or one of our other lines of campers. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you in making the right choice for your camping needs.

By Nate Landon

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