Sorry for the inconvenience! Visit Hole N” The Rock , a most unique home, carved out of a huge rock in Utah’s Canyonlands Country. This historic 5,000 square foot home and unusual gift shop and trading post are open all year. Take a guided tour of the home, and appreciate the rich history within it’s walls.
To get there, simply park in the parking lot (if the small parking lot is full, don’t fret. The Phoenix Zoo is right next to the park and you can find room to park there) Once parked follow the Hole In The Rock trail around the back of the rock formation.
Devils Garden is located at the very end of the park road, 18 miles north of Arches Visitor Center. The drive time from the visitor center is approximately 45 minutes.
In order to reach Spooky Gulch , visitors should drive the 26 miles down the Hole-in-the-Rock Road off of Highway 12, until they find the Dry Fork Road, heading northeast into the desert. The Dry Fork turnoff branches after only a few hundred yards, and visitors need to stay left in order to reach the Dry Fork overlook.
Trailhead Options. To reach any of the trailheads for Coyote Gulch , drive on State Highway 12 until you reach the Hole-in-the-Rock Road (officially the Glen Canyon Recreation Area Road) and the “40 Mile Bench turnoff sign where the road carves a large U curve.
Hagstones are rocks that have naturally occurring holes in them. The oddity of the stones has long made them a focus of folk magic, where they’ve been used for everything from fertility spells to warding off ghosts. The names for the rocks vary by region, but hagstones have been viewed as magical across the world.
There is no cost to the park and there are tons of trails for walking/ parking . Also you can walk up to the Hole in the Rock.
It’s not safe ,” she said. Another resident, Gerrit Mack, said, ” Papago Park is a beautiful place, we’ve been enjoying it for many years, but recently it has become unfit for recreational purposes. ”