There are five - count 'em - 5 Utah National Parks - Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, and Zion National Park - join Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park are all located close enough to each other to catch them all on a single vacation travel.
Additionally, Utah has a host of National Monuments and National Recreation Areas to join the National Parks. Incredible natural vacation destinations such as Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area and Dinosaur National Monument showcase the wonders of Utah.
Visiting the five Utah National Parks offers a great vacation for the entire family. Each National Park features something different, from hiking and sightseeing, to history and culture tourism. Thanks to the diversity of the National Parks in Utah, you can discover classic sights like Delicate Arch in Arches National Park, or escape the crowds in historic Fruita, resting in the center of Capitol Reef National Park. Not to be missed, Zion National Park is one of the crown jewels among the National Park system, a must for any family's vacation or travels.
Go-Utah.com is your one stop website for all your online tourism and travel information. Click through to read full details on lodging, guides and outfitters, attractions, trails, and more in each of Utah's National Parks.
Be sure to check out our additional coverage of the following national parks, monuments, national recreation areas, historic sites, and more.
- Pipe Spring National Monument
- Grand Staircase National Monument
- Oregon National Historic Trail
- Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
- Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail
- House Range Recreation Area
- Mount Nebo Wilderness
- Topaz Mountain Rockhound Recreation Area