Utah’s 5 National Parks

Southern Utah desert landscape of red rocks, hoodoos and rock arches includes Arches, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Arches national parks.

Arches National Park in Southeast Utah

Marvel at more than 2,000 natural rock arches at this park just outside of Moab. Some can be spotted from the road, but the best require a scenic hike. Read More...

Bryce Canyon National Park in Southern Utah

Famous for its weird and wonderful hoodoos—bulbous rock pillars—this southwestern Utah park also offers hiking, horseback riding, camping, and stargazing. Read More...

Canyonlands National Park in Southeast Utah

Canyonlands National Park is full of canyons, mesas, and buttes. But you won't find crowds here. It's Utah's least visited park even though it's the largest. Read More...

Capitol Reef National Park in South-Central Utah

This national park preserves the 100-mile-long Waterpocket Fold (a “wrinkle” in the earth’s crust), a Mormon frontier settlement, and vast wilderness. Read More...

Zion National Park in Southwest Utah

Cliffs, slot canyons, and dizzying views: This park has them all. Two classic Zion experiences: hiking Angels Landing and wading the Virgin River Narrows. Read More...