Get outdoors and take a hike, see attractions, take a tour, or take photos of the beautiful landscapes.
Utah has many museums, zoos, movie sets, and historic sites to visit on your national park vacation
Events in and around Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches, and Canyonlands National Parks.
Learn about Utah's national parks and the Grand Canyon, history, culture, and landscapes from the rangers, guides and concessionaires.
Utah offers hikers and backpackers an exceptional variety of lovely trails that meander across rivers and streams, and pass by striking waterfalls & arches
Standing on the desert floor, looking up at the sheer magnitude of these natural stone bridges, one can’t help but think, I see sky where there should be rock.
Explore sandstone cliffs, hoodoos, arches, and moqui stones cover the area and are preserved in the national parks.
From the Flaming Gorge in the north to Monument Valley in the south, Utah is filled with parks and recreation areas for you to enjoy.
From hiking to fishing to winter sports, there are plenty of activities for the outdoor enthusiast in Zion National Park.
Found throughout southern Utah, a petroglyph is an image carved, incised or scratched into stone, while a pictograph is a ancient painting.
Looking for ideas for a Utah vacation? Here you'll suggestions for Utah's five national parks along with some of Utah's leisure towns and cities.
Deer, bighorn sheep, elk, rabbits, birds, bats, foxes and three kinds of wild cats roam southern Utah.