I know that almost all national parks have restrictions on pets, and generally, its that they have to be leashed and on trails.
However, in researching a trip out west next year, I've found that pets aren't even allowed in the cars.
For example : White Rim Trail
Pets are also not permitted, even in vehicles.
It's cool and all - I'm certain there is a good rationale. And, I'm not some super pet nazi that has to bring Finlay the Vizsla (see profile) to everything everywhere every-time. But this stood out as unusually pet restrictive, and despite my google-fu, I couldn't find a stated reason for the addition restrictions.
As a second bonus question - I have a Tacoma 4x4 with a OME lift, a Roof Top Tent
, and a desire to get off the pavement and away from things
My dogs will be with me, and I'll have at least 2-3 days in the Moab/Canyonlands/Grand Canyon area. Give me some suggestions on things to do, see, or camp at. The more remote the better.