Stop in Salt Lake City, Moab, and other destinations on your road trip to Utah's parks and recreation areas.
Gateway to national parks and home to Temple Square, Salt Lake City offers endless options for outdoor enthusiasts, cultural art lovers, families and history buffs.
This small outpost is home to incredible family-friendly river trips, a great museum and one of the most-photographed attractions in the Southwest.
Zion National Park's beauty does not end at the park boundary. Here are six ways to experience the area and escape the park’s crowds.
While Southwest Utah is known for its red-rock, there’s a pocket of mountains topped by aspens, wildflowers and pine trees. Stop at these 4 spots.
From mountain biking to al fresco dining to live music, Park City, Utah, has a trail for everyone.
Avoid the crowds, enjoy fantastic food and discover the hidden gems along the way to three of the Southwest’s most popular national parks.
Get outdoors and experience the established trails on a canyon hike or rim trail running adventure. Tour the Slot Canyons, Horseshoe Bend or explore Lake Powell’s colorful canyons.
Gateway to Arches and Canyonlands national parks, as well as Dead Horse Point State Park, and the cool waters of the Colorado River, here are our favorites in Moab.
Take in Utah’s stunning color palette in and around Capitol Reef National Park.
So you think you know Salt Lake City? We bet you don't know about it's thriving beer scene and five more surprises.
Bursting with the natural icons of the Colorado Plateau including Monument Valley and the vast Canyonlands of Utah
Temple Square in Salt Lake City is Utah's most popular tourist attraction. The 35-acre area contains more than 15 attractions related to Mormon heritage and beliefs
See seven national park sites on the breathtaking scenic road trip from the Grand Canyon to Arches to Zion.
Discover the solitude you’ve been searching for just east of Bryce Canyon National Park in towns like Boulder and Escalante, Utah.
Start at Antelope Island State Park, a wildlife watcher’s paradise. Then head to family-owned Lagoon Amusement Park.
You’ll dig ancient animal history in Vernal, Utah, located close to Dinosaur National Monument