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Cedar City, Utah - My Utah Parks

Cedar City, UT - Festival City USA

Cedar City is centrally located to the national park adventures of Zion, Kolob Canyons, Bryce Canyon and Cedar Breaks.
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Visit Cedar City, Utah
(800) 354-4849 scenicsouthernutah.com

Visit Utah’s gateway to national parks and cultural festivals.

Cedar City has long been known as the gateway to southern Utah’s national parks, with Zion, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon North Rim, Kolob Canyons, and Cedar Breaks National Monument all within a short drive of our central location.

Cedar City is also southern Utah’s spot for cultural activities, including the Tony Award winning Utah Shakespeare Festival. Running from June through October, the festival brings Shakespeare, plus modern musicals and comedies to the stage. Other annual festivals held in Cedar City include the Neil Simon Festival, Cedar City Livestock Festival, Groovefest, and the Paiute Tribal Pow Wow.

In summer, Brian Head offers chairlift and shuttle service to 200 miles of downhill mountain bike trails and cool alpine hiking trails featuring red-rock vistas of Cedar Breaks National Monument. In winter, Brian Head is Utah’s best ski value with pristine snow, no lift lines, and uncrowded slopes for less than $50 a day. Plus, there is snow tubing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and day spas. Cedar City is less than a 3-hour drive from Las Vegas.

For more information:
(800) 354-4849
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Location of Utah national parks

Where are Utah's National Parks?

Zion, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Arches national parks are in the southern part of Utah and close to the Grand Canyon in Arizona.