Want to see Arches National Park? Reservations might be required

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GRAND COUNTY, Utah —  Arches National Park might soon have something in common with an expensive restaurant — you’ll need a reservation to get in.

The proposal from the National Park Service has not gotten final approval. If it goes through, you would need a reservation to enter the park at a specific time during daytime hours.

The idea is to reduce congestion, but a recent economic analysis has Moab city leaders worried.

See our interview with the Salt Lake Tribune’s Brian Maffly above, and read his article here.


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