Utahs National Parks

Utah is known for her beautiful National Parks. Here in Southern Utah you are not far from enjoying the magnificence of her beauty.

Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon

The Bryce Canyon area was settled by Mormon pioneers in the 1850s and was named after Ebenezer Bryce, who homesteaded in the area in 1874.[3] The area around Bryce Canyon became a National Monument in 1923 and was designated as a National Park in 1928. The park covers 35,835 acres (14,502 ha; 55.992 sq mi)[1] and receives relatively few visitors compared to Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon, largely due to its remote location.
Phone: (435) 834-5322
Snow Canyon

Snow Canyon

Located in the red-rock country near St George, in southwestern Utah, this park enjoys mild winter weather and seldom receives snow. The park was named after early Utah leaders Lorenzo and Erastus Snow. It offers some 16 miles of hiking trails, technical rock climbing, biking and horseback riding. It features a very nice campground open year-round. People also enjoy nature studies, wildlife viewing and photographic opportunities galore. All of this is set against a stunning backdrop of towering sandstone cliffs colored red and white. A jumbled of black lava rock caps some ridges and tumbles down hillsides. A sand dune inside the park is a popular play spot.
Location: 1002 N. Snow Canyon Rd Ivins, UT 84738
Phone: 435-628-2255
Canyonlands Nation Park

Canyonlands Nation Park

Canyonlands National Park includes a huge area of rugged land west and south of Moab, Utah. It consists of canyons and plateaus carved by two mighty rivers - the Colorado and the Green. The park offers some of the most challenging 4X4 roads and whitewater rapids in the world. It also offers great opportunities to hike, bike and engage in other recreational activities.
Phone: (435) 719-2100
Captiol Reef Nation Park

Captiol Reef Nation Park

Capitol Reef National Park is characterized by sandstone formations, cliffs and canyons, and a 100-mile long bulge in the earth`s crust called the Waterpocket Fold. Erosion has carved the rock into marvelous shapes. Since its designation as a national park in 1971, the majesty of Capitol Reef has been intriguing visitors with its twisting canyons, massive domes, monoliths and spires of sandstone for the past century.
Phone: 1-435-425-3365
Toll Free: 1-800-858-7951
Arches National Park

Arches National Park

Arches National Park contains the world`s largest concentration of natural stone arches. This National Park is a red, arid desert, punctuated with oddly eroded sandstone forms such as fins, pinnacles, spires, balanced rocks, and arches. The 73,000-acre region has over 2,000 of these "miracles of nature."
Phone: (435) 719-2299
Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park is the United States` 15th oldest national park. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, the park is located in Arizona. The park`s central feature is the Grand Canyon, a gorge of the Colorado River, which is often considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The park covers 1,217,262 acres (492,608 ha) of unincorporated area in Coconino and Mohave counties.
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