Deadhorse Point in Moab, Utah has a jaw-dropping view of Canyonlands National Park. It is located 2,000 feet above a gooseneck in the Colorado River. The park is open year round from 6 am - 10 pm. These breathtaking views are just a few steps from the parking lot. There are concrete sidewalks throughout this entire area for accessibility. Bathrooms are also available nearby.
There are also many other less well-known locations around Deadhorse Point that still get you some stunning views! There are locations called the Neck in the Road and the Rim trail. This trail is a 5 mile round trip that takes you along the whole rim of the canyon which give you some more incredible spots to shoot!
Entrance Fee Required ($20 per vehicle)
The entrance fee is good for 3 days.
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You only need a photography permit if you are doing commercial (corporate-level) shoots which will be $60. Otherwise, no photo permit is required. Couples getting married at Deadhorse Point will need a permit.
You can only have fake florals at this location, no live bouquets and always remember to pick up after yourself!
Scouter is not affiliated with this location, and we don't operate any scheduling for them. Bookings for this location CANNOT be made on this webpage or through Scouter in general. This page just for convenience and is for information ONLY.
For more info from them, click the link below:
Utah State Parks
To receive a permit to get married at Deadhorse Point, click the link below:
Utah State Parks - Weddings
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