If you’re looking for an Arches map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 13 free Arches National Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Here you’ll find some trail maps and a map of surrounding campgrounds, to go along with the official park brochure and topographic maps. You can also browse the best-selling Arches maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
If you want trip-planning tips, view my opinionated Arches Maps and Guide page to read my detailed personal advice about how to best use each map to plan your visit to the park.
Arches map from the park brochures
This is the new Arches map, most recently updated in summer 2015. It’s similar to the one below but more colorful (and larger file size). Click the image to view a full size JPG (1.6 mb) or download the PDF (10.4 mb).
This is the main Arches National Park map, showing roads, hiking trails, campgrounds, and various named arches. Click the image to view a full size JPG (1.2 mb) or download the PDF (2.6 mb).
This is a simple map of Arches National Park, showing roads, hiking trails, and various named arches like the one above, but in an easier-to-print format. Click the image to view a full size GIF (200 kb).
Since Arches is full of a few major visitor areas separated by some expanses of slightly less interest, I’ve cropped down the full park map into four individual maps below. This way instead of printing/saving the entire national park map, you can download just the specific areas of the park you plan to visit. They’re arranged here in order from south to north as you encounter them on your way into the park.
Here’s a Windows map which shows several arches accessible by short hikes (and can also be viewed from the road) including Turret Arch and Double Arch. Click the image to view a full size JPG (70 kb).
Arches hiking maps
If you’re looking for an Arches trail map that covers the entire park, you should probably go with the National Geographic Trails Illustrated map from Amazon. Although there’s not necessarily a ton of backcountry hiking options in the park, the wide variety of different day hikes means a comprehensive trail map like this is quite useful. The display of distances between points is a particularly nice touch.
Arches and Moab camping map
Arches lodging map
If you’re looking for a place to stay during your visit, click the image to the left to open up the Hotels.com interactive lodging map in a new window. You’ll see that the town of Moab is your best bet for staying near Arches National Park (and Canyonlands too!). If you’d rather see a listing of Moab lodging options with descriptive text and images, here are the Hotels.com Moab lodging listings, sorted by places with the highest guest rating first.
Arches topographic maps
Here’s a Devil’s Garden topographic map, showing the Devils Garden trail and arches in the general area. Click the image to view a full size JPG (2.1 mb) or download the PDF (10.0 mb).
The Windows topo map shows the Windows section of Arches, along with parts of Wall Street and the Fiery Furnace. Click the image to view a full size JPG (2.5 mb) or download the PDF (12.1 mb).
Arches map prints and gifts
Printed high-resolution Arches map posters and other products are available at the Arches National Park Maps store. For art prints, gift ideas, and souvenirs featuring other national parks, support this site and visit the National Park Maps store; you’ll find items to bring on vacation, keep at home for the memories, or give to your park-enthusiast friends and loved ones.
View my opinionated Arches Maps and Guide page to read my detailed personal advice about how to best use each map to plan your visit to the park.
Need more planning help? Browse Amazon’s best-selling Arches maps and guidebooks.