The Arches National Park was great the first time we saw it and equally great to see this time around. Last time we stayed at Dead Horse Point State Park but this time we stayed at Archview RV Resort and Campground Campground.
We got a site on the front row and could see the some arches in the distance which was very nice. The campsite was in the newer area and even though we were a ways from the Office, the campground wifi worked great.
Not sure what bug we picked up but for the first couple of days here near Moab, Pam and I both felt a little puny so we didn't get out and hike as much as we thought we would. We did take a couple of rides through the National Park and stopped at the major photo observations points.
The Vistor's Center is another one of the first rate facilities. It does a good job of providing some great information displays and has a top notch introduction / orientation video.
North and South Window Arch
They say the best light bounces off Delicate Arch at sunset. But I'm still glad I made the hike and got to see it in the morning. It was a good way to start the day!
While see the Arches, we also went over the the National Park campground. It definitely is not one for big rigs but looked like a great place for tents and smaller trailers and campers.
Camp Host QuartersRV-Dreams founders Howard and Linda Payne were camp hosts here a number of years ago and it is where we first saw some intriguing pictures of this place.
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