National Parks

Utah National Parks



Utah’s “wide, open spaces” are a patchwork of scenic, recreational, and historic venues. Nearly 80 percent of the state is contained in blocks of land administered for public use by federal and state agencies. These Utah “parks” and “playgrounds” are enormous; sprawling; unforgettable. Click on one of our five national parks below to learn more information.


Arches National Park


Bryce Canyon


Canyon Lands


Capitol Reef


Cedar Breaks


Dinosaur NM


Flaming Gorge


Golden Spike


Grand Canyon


Grand Staircase


Hoverweep


Lake Powell


Natural Bridges


Pipe Springs


Rainbow Bridge


Timpanogas Cave


Zion National Park