Colorado Riverway Recreation Area

Bureau of Land Management, Utah.

The Colorado Riverway Recreation Area follows the Colorado River from Dewey Bridge to Canyonlands National Park. Opportunities include camping adjacent to the Colorado River, as well as climbing, mountain biking, hiking, and more. Within this area, visitors will find the popular Corona Arch hiking trail, Poison Spider Mesa, the end of the Whole Enchilada/Porcupine mountain bike trail, float trips on the Moab Daily section of the Colorado River, Wall Street climbing area, and more.


Head north from the town of Moab, Utah for approximately 3 miles. Turn right on the Colorado Riverway Road (State Route 128) or head 4 miles and turn left onto Potash Road (State Route 279).