Dead Horse Point State Park



November 23 @ 6:30 pm

As we celebrate American Indian Heritage Month, come gather around the fire and learn about how the Native Americans viewed the night sky. The program will take place out at the mountain bike parking lot area. There will be tables to sit at but you are welcome to bring camp chairs to sit around the fire.

Full Moon Hike

December 7 @ 5pm

As the full moon lights up the night come join our ranger as they hike by its light. During the hike a ranger will talk about the nocturnal animals that call Dead Horse Point home. The hike will start outside the Visitor Center. The hike will be about 1 mile long on a dirt and rock trail. Please bring appropriate footwear and flashlight if needed.


December 16 @ 4pm

Come learn what makes Dead Horse Point Overlook one of the most photographed places in the world. As you watch the sunset listen to the ranger talk about the amazing landscape and how it was formed. Meet out at the Dead Horse Point Overlook by the bathrooms. The ranger will then lead you a short distance along the west rim trail, to a spot where you can sit and watch as the sun dips below the horizon. You are welcome to bring a chair if you would like.

First Day of the Year Hike

January 1 @ 10am

Start your year off with a brisk morning hike. The ranger-led hike will be about a mile long on a dirt and rock trail. Bring good shoes and dress warm. Kick start your year and get ready to crush those New Year goals!