National Parks in Utah

There are five National Parks in Utah to visit on a fun and cheap vacation.

There is hiking, swimming, naturally formed sandstone arches, beautiful canyons, bald eagles and more to experience in these amazing Utah parks.


Arches National Park - Located in Southeastern Utah this park is known for its large concentrations of sandstone arches.

These naturally formed arches lend to a unique and beautiful scenery. There is also ancient Native American rock art nearby.

Arches National Park

Arches National Park - NPS Picture


Bryce Canyon National Park - Located in Southern Utah this park is known for its bizarre shapes and rocks with that are bright red-orange. Exploring the hoodoos is fun because it is like wandering though a giant maze.

Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon National Park - NPS Picture


Canyonlands National Park - Located in Southeastern Utah this park is known for its canyons, its white water rafting, biking, four wheeling rock climbing and hiking. You may even see bald eagles or red-tailed hawks flying gracefully above you.

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park - NPS Picture

Capital Reef National Park - Located in Southern Utah this park is known for its solitude and beauty.

Capital Reef National Park

Capital Reef National Park - NPS Picture

Zion National Park - Located in Southern Utah this park is known for its sheer 2,000 foot cliffs and river carved canyons. Tubing and swimming (on the Virgin River) and hiking are some of the activities in this park.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park - NPS Picture


Note: Pictures are courtesy of the National Park Service.

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