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​Don't Leave Utah Without Seeing These 3 Destinations

Canyons. Cliffs. Lakes. Utah is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Southwestern United States. With five national parks, there’s plenty to do and see in the state no matter how long you stay. Trust us when we say don’t leave Utah without seeing these three amazing destinations.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Each year, over 1.5 million people visit Bryce Canyon National Park in Southern Utah. Contrary to its name, Bryce Canyon is not actually a canyon, but a collection of giant natural amphitheaters. Witness the geological structures called “hoodoos,” formed by rainwater seeping into cracks in the rocks and freezing over. Eager to spend a few cozy nights here? The historic Lodge at Bryce Canyon offers unrivaled access to breathtaking views, world-class hiking trails, and tranquil wilderness.

Zion National Park

If you’re a hiking fanatic, then Zion National Park is a must-see. It’s ranked as the most frequented national park in Utah, with over 3 million visitors per year. Zion is also the oldest national park in Utah. Out of towners and locals flock the site to take on some of the greatest hiking trails in the Southwest, including the Zion Narrows and Angel’s Landing. Get a good night’s rest before tackling Zion at Parry Lodge in Kanab, only a 35-minute drive southeast, where you’ll get a taste of old western film history and comfy accommodations.

Lake Powell

Located on the Utah-Arizona border, Lake Powell extends approximately 186 miles in length, with plenty of room for water activities. Rent a Forever Houseboat to see as much of the lake as you want while not having to worry about leaving before nightfall. Make several pit-stops at well-known landmarks, or just cruise along the lake and enjoy the views. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll have plenty of fun memories to share from your trip.

Excited to get your Utah vacation started? Visit one (or all three!) of these destinations to experience Utah in the best way possible. Visit to learn more and start your reservation today.


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