Utah National Parks: Your gateway to the great outdoors


is a scenic masterpiece sculpted by red rocks and dotted with sagebrush under an endless sky.

One of the most incredible experiences at Canyonlands National Park is watching the sunrise through Mesa Arch.

Canyonlands: The rugged beauty

These spire-shaped rock formations create a surreal landscape that looks like it’s straight out of a fantasy novel.

Bryce Canyon

The Beehive State

features breathtaking landscapes ranging from majestic mountains capped with the greatest snow on earth to rust-colored rock formations resembling Mars’s surface.

One of the best ways to admire the state’s awe-inspiring natural beauty is by escaping into the great outdoors.

 it’s a unique geologic monocline — a wrinkle in the earth — that stretches for nearly 100 miles.

Waterpocket Fold

When you’re ready to take a break, be sure to relax on the large lawn outside the Zion Lodge.

Think winding roads, open skies and the occasional roadside attraction for that perfect photo.

Utah’s National Parks are not just a destination; they’re an experience that will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the natural world.