In the world at large, stone arches are quite rare. In some sections of the Colorado Plateau, they are relatively common; so common, as to be commonplace. In this case, there is this spectacular arch, almost next to a major highway, and there is nothing, not even a formal turnout on the road indicating a name or whatever. Interesting. But I am sure it does have a name, so I look online. Sure enough, it is called Wilson Arch and there is a nearby retirement community with that same name.