Willow Springs Road

This is a popular camping destination for large RVs and motorhomes. ATVs and UTVs are not allowed in the park.

Total Miles

7

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Elevation
4,930'
Duration
1 Hour
Technical Rating
4 / 10
Best Time
Spring - Fall

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Trail Overview
Willow Springs Road
Willow Springs Road grants access to both the Sovereign ATV trail network and the KlonZo mountain-biking network. Large, flat campsites that sit at the beginning of this trail make it extremely popular with campers. Dinosaur tracks are visible just before the entrance to Arches National Park. A fun side trip inside the park is the Eye-of-the-Whale Arch. You'll pay a park fee when you exit.
History
The dinosaur tracks along this route were made over 165 million years ago along the shoreline of a shallow sea that covered the Moab area at that time. After the sea receded, the tracks were covered by mud and sand, which eventually turned to stone, preserving them for you to see today.
Getting There
Take Hwy. 191 north from Moab and turn right on Willow Springs Road 1.8 miles north of Hwy. 313. A large sign announces the road ahead, but the road itself is not marked.
Contact for Current Conditions
BLM Moab Field Office
81 E. Dogwood Ave, Moab, UT 84532
435-259-2100