Discover Utah’s National Parks

Did you know there are 14 National Park Services in Utah including the Mighty 5?

Offering a little taste of everything which one will you choose?  Love history, interested in prehistoric places, hoping for thrill seeking adventures, or just looking for nature’s serenity?  Find the park that best suits.

A visit to one of these parks would not feel complete without hitting the trail.  Most of the park’s trails cater to everyone from expert hikers to non-hikers and everyone in-between.  So lace up those boots and bathe in the glow of nature.

Utah's Mighty 5 National Parks

Arches National Park

Visit Arches National Park to soak in natural wonders, red rock landscapes, and check-out the famous Delicate Arch. Over 2000 arches dot the park’s landscape alongside enormous fins, towering pinnacles, and gravity defying balanced rocks. 

Bryce Canyon National Park

Visit Bryce Canyon National Park’s awe inspiring amphitheater, home to one of the world’s largest concentration of hoodoos.  While visiting, head towards Rainbow and Yovimpa Viewpoints to see another side of Bryce Canyon where meadows, Bristlecone Pines, and forests reign supreme.  

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park offers endless opportunities for exploration.  Divided into four distinct districts each offering it’s own natural beauty.  Explore the canyons, mesas, buttes, and fins within. 

Capitol Reef National Park

Visit the wilder side of Utah’s National Park System with a trip to Capitol Reef National Park.  Nestled in red rock country, Capitol Reef offers explorers the chance to see the geological wonders of the Waterpocket Fold. 

Zion National Park

Zion is Utah’s first National Park.  Home to one of the world’s most iconic hikes, rich in cultural history, and filled with breathtaking vistas; it’s no wonder Zion Canyon is one of the most popular National Parks in Utah.  Here there is a little bit of something for everyone from the low key traveler to the most adventurous.

Utah's National Monuments and Historic Parks

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Grand Staircase-Escalante is arguably one of the most remote National Parks Services in Utah if not the country.  For those who are prepared for minimal services and unimproved roads; it is also one of the most wild, serene, and beautiful, offering adventures ranging from easy to expert only.

Cedar Breaks National Monument

Soaring at over 10,000ft Cedar Breaks National Monument will leave you breathless.  Both literally and figuratively.  View the half mile deep amphitheater from one of the trails running around the rim and take time to enjoy the meadows and sub alpine forest surrounding the amphitheater.

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