Negro Bill Canyon WSA (7,260 acres)
Negro Bill Canyon includes a perennial stream within a canyon bordered by sheer walls of Navajo sandstone. Morning Glory Natural Bridge, located just outside of the WSA on State Land, is the main destination for hikers. A ribbon of riparian vegetation follows the stream within the canyon. Above the canyon, there is a sparse covering of pinyon-juniper vegetation and large expanses of barren Navajo sandstone domes and fins.
Location: Northeast of Moab. The mouth of Negro Bill Canyon is accessible from Utah State Highway 128. The Sand Flats Road provides access to the upper portion of the WSA.