Bull Canyon Overlook Interpretive Site

Area Status: Open
Imprint of dinosaur track in stone

Bull Canyon is a dinosaur track site and scenic overlook of beautiful Bull Canyon and Fisher Mesa. There is a short gravel trail to therapod dinosaur tracks that are dated to the Jurassic period about 200 million years ago when the area was a shallow sea. It is located about an hour outside of Moab. For further details, please contact the Moab Ranger District (435) 636-3360.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Weather and snow melt can affect access.
Area Amenities: Toilets
Usage: Light-Medium
Water: No
Restroom: Yes
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information


How to get there:
From Moab, go north on US Hwy 191 for 2.5 miles to the intersection of UT-128 (River Road). Turn right and head east along the river for 15.5 miles. Turn right at the La Sal Loop Road intersection (also the turn for Castle Valley) and continue 10.7 miles. Do not follow the La Sal Loop Road signs when they turn right (southwest) but instead continue on this road (FR207) for 5.4 miles. You will pass the signs for Fisher Mesa. Approximately ½ mile beyond the Fisher Mesa signs, park in the lot on the left (northeast) just before the road turns to dirt.

GPS Coordinates for Trailhead:
38.615833 -109.223333

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Viewing Scenery

Interpretive Areas


Toilets: Vault toliet

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


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