Utah National Parks

Utah can lay claim to five of the National Parks in the United States, which contain amazing cliffs, canyons, and sandstone formations. Balanced rocks, arches, pinnacles, points, domes, monoliths, and spires – you’ll see these natural works of art and more in Utah.

Zion National Park is Utah’s oldest National Park and one of the most popular National Parks in America, with more than 3.5 million visits per year. Arches National Park is famous for having the largest concentration of stone arches in the world.

The Colorado River and the Green River flow through Utah’s National Parks, offering some of the best whitewater rafting anywhere in the country. And best of all, Utah’s National Parks are all within easy driving distance of each other, which means that you can cross off five National Parks from your “bucket list” on just one vacation!

Here’s a list of Utah National Parks:

Arches National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park
Canyonlands National Park
Capitol Reef National Park
Zion National Park

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