Many locations in the National Park system boast features visitors won't find anywhere else, but with an atmosphere all its own, Arches National Park in Utah can be a fantastic destination for you and your dog. While it does still pose some restrictions, including not allowing dogs on trails or overlooks, as well as having intimidating weather in the depths of summer, that doesn't mean visitors can't still find some fun with their furry friends. There are still several activities and areas available to take in the incredible beauty of the park, and since there are more than 76,000 acres and 2,000 iconic sandstone arches throughout the park, visitors won't be disappointed wherever they happen to end up.
Aches National Park might not rank at the top of the list in terms of overall dog-friendliness, but that shouldn't discourage visitors and their canine companions from exploring all the available options the park does have to offer. Thanks to its natural beauty and sprawling size, there's no shortage of views and roads to traverse to take it all in.