Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon boast spectacular views and many activites, such as hiking and camping, and festivals, such as the Annual Geology Festival and the Annual Astronomy Festival.
Great Basin National Park
Explore the 13,00 foot Wheeler Peak, and then go underground to discover Lehman Caves. Visitors can also see Lexington Arch, a rare limestone arch, and one of the largest limestone arches in the west.
Zion National Park
The first national park created in Utah, it includes some of the most beautiful canyon scenery in the United States with its deep, windy sandstone canyons, and rock formations.
Cedar Breaks National Monument
Features a half-mile deep naturally-formed geologic amphitheater, sub-alpine forests and spectacular night skies.
Arches National Park
Red rock formations, including over 2,000 natural stone arches.
Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument
GSENM covers almost 1.9 million acres of public lands, offering all types of recreation and natural wonders.
Canyonlands National Park
With four distinct areas to explore: the Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze and the rivers, Canyonlands offers stunning vistas and many types of adventures.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
1.2 million acres, including Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell.
Utah State Parks
Utah has 43 state parks. Nearby are Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, Otter Creek State Park, Anasazi State Park Museum, and Kodachrome Basin State Park.