Wilson Arch Resort Community is Southeast Utah's newest, pristine 250 acre planned area development, totally surrounded by BLM land. Our Community is nestled in a natural preserve among ancient red rock formations and is blended in with the lay of the land in the most environmentally sensitive manner. When you're ready to realize your dream of a simpler life - when you're ready to set yourself free - you're ready for a home at Wilson Arch.
Hidden in Utah's red rock country just a few miles south of downtown Moab, centrally located to all the National Parks of southeastern Utah, lies a place still pristine. A place where the wildlife and views have, for eons, remained untouched. A place of singular beauty where you can experience a rhythm of life that's nearly been forgotten - a destination that is yours to choose. This place is called Wilson Arch Resort Community.
This Community represents a new approach to living. An approach that shrugs off the mundane and answers the question... what if?
... The answer lies here at Wilson Arch Resort Community.
Many would describe Wilson Arch as "a little slice of heaven". As you hike through acres of surrounding BLM land, view a multitude of wildlife, enjoy unlimited outdoor recreation, or simply enjoy the view out your window, you'll discover the simple joy of calling it home. Come home today to Wilson Arch Resort Community - and set yourself free
Custom Home Sites - Phase I and the Opening of Phase 2
Commercial Development Sites
There are many development opportunities including: condos, duplexes, other multiple-family projects and hotel/motel sites... see other suggested uses under Commercial Sites.
Back of the Arch Cottages
We are only a few minutes way from the southern entrance to Canyonlands National Park and the cooler elevations of the La Sal Mountains.
Arches National Park, the northern entrance to Canyonlands National Park, Deadhorse Point State Park and the Colorado River are a short distance away, to the north of Moab.
Lake Powell is only two hours away, Telluride about 90 minutes, an hour to get to Mesa Verde National Park.
Within the Four Corners Area and southeast Utah there are numerous National Parks, National Monuments, National Forest, State Parks, State Forests and Recreation Areas - infinite opportunities for a wide variety of activities such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, kayaking, four-wheeling, golfing, fishing and exploring ancient ruins.
|Wilson Arch Resort Community
Mile Marker 100, U.S. Hwy 191,
Wilson Arch, Moab, Utah 84532