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    Desert Willows Condos

    Desert Willows Condos

    Moab (10.6 miles from Dead Horse Point State Park)

    9.8 Exceptional 39 reviews
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    57 Robbers Roost

    57 Robbers Roost

    Moab (10.9 miles from Dead Horse Point State Park)

    9.6 Exceptional 111 reviews
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    Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn

    Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn 3-star hotel

    Moab (10.8 miles from Dead Horse Point State Park)

    8.9 Excellent 640 reviews
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    Gonzo Inn

    Gonzo Inn 3-star hotel

    Moab (10.7 miles from Dead Horse Point State Park)

    8.9 Excellent 321 reviews
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    Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Moab

    Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Moab 3-star hotel

    Moab (10.7 miles from Dead Horse Point State Park)

    8.8 Excellent 127 reviews
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Dead Horse Point State Park Highlights

Dead Horse Point State Park
Whether you’re a serious hiker or just love a wander with your camera in hand, Dead Horse Point State Park has incredible scenery to explore. Mountain bikers will love the variety of tracks available for both first-timers and experienced riders – especially the famous Big Chief loop. After a day of adventuring, you can set up camp on the dramatic cliffs overlooking the canyon.
Dead Horse Point
Take a trip to Dead Horse Point for a chance to capture the silty-green Colorado River cutting dramatically through red rocks. The best time of day is probably the early morning – there’s nothing like catching a shot of the fiery sunrise lighting up the rich colors of the canyon.