The massive whitewashed lettering "Hole in the Rock" is a blight enough on the landscape, but almost the least offensive thing I found about this nasty little money grabbing road stop. It is user and pet unfriendly in numerous ways. If a place (not just a person) can be obnoxious, this is the place. The source of my frustration is part was that it is a natural place to stop if approaching Moab from the east or the south and it has some wonderful natural beauty and interest about it that the site operators seem to both obscure and corrupt. There were a couple of pieces of interesting ironworks sculpture. The overpriced "no photographs allowed (because we want to sell you overpriced photographs)" tour of the house in the rock was interesting, hence my high rating.