Stay in a safari-inspired tent against a beautiful red rock backdrop close to Arches and Canyonlands.
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Better pack the cookies, because we’ve rounded up five perfect parks to photograph the Milky Way in.
The closest lodging to Bryce Canyon, stay at the hotels, RV park, tipis and campground.
Stay minutes from Bryce Canyon National Park’s awe-inspiring hoodoos at Under Canvas’ newest luxury glamping property.
See some of Utah’s most incredible scenery, with a fraction of the crowds, at this national monument.
Bryce Canyon National Park’s iconic orange, pink and white hoodoos alone make it a destination worth adding to your RVing bucket list. It is at higher elevation (which keeps it cooler than neighboring parks in the summer months); unique hiking opportunities and accessibility just sweeten the deal.
Mountain bike through stunning canyon country and raft some of the nation’s biggest whitewater on a combination ride and raft trip with Holiday River Expeditions.
Upgrade your next national park road trip by booking a stay with Harvest Hosts at unique local producers nationwide.
Push your limits on these challenging activities including biking the White Rim Trail, hiking the Fiery Furnace, rafting Cataract Canyon and backpacking the Big Needles Loop.
Conquer the best of Zion on this ultimate active vacation featuring backpacking, climbs and bike rides.
Become a more sustainable traveler on your next Utah vacation with our ideas for a fun-filled and greener itinerary.
Explore Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon and Zion in your electric vehicle.
Stop by the Visitor Center before climbing 1,000 feet in the 5-miles to the Kolob Canyon Viewpoint. Or drive from Virgin, Utah all the way to the reservoir.
Enjoy the benefits of biking through the park with a little help from an electric bicycle.
Kitchenettes, an indoor pool and convenient downtown location make Homewood Suites your perfect Moab adventure basecamp.
Staffer Mikaela Ruland shares her experiences from the National Park Photography Workshop she attended in Kanab with National Park Trips Media and Tamron.