- State Parks
Grosvenor Arch is a unique double arch located about nine miles southeast of Kodachrome Basin State Park. The massive sandstone formation stands 152 feet high and spans 92 feet. Formerly part of Kodachrome Basin but now within the boundaries of Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Grosvenor Arch was named for a former president of the National Geographic Society. Visitors will find a picnic area, and a campground with tent/RV sites and showers. The campground is a popular base camp for exploring the area.
Grosvenor Arch can be reached by traveling southeast on Cottonwood Canyon Road, then traveling east on a dirt road at the marked signpost. A wheelchair-accessible paved path leads to the base of the arch.