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How to Visit the Big 5 National Parks Utah in One Week

Those who want to experience the most magnificent natural playgrounds in the United States know that they can head to Utah and find everything they are searching for. Utah is home to five incredible National Parks, known as the Mighty Five. They include:

  • Bryce Canyon National Park

  • Zion National Park

  • Arches National Park

  • Canyonlands National Park

  • Capitol Reef National Park

If you want to hit all of these amazing parks during your one-week stay in Utah, then we have created the perfect itinerary for you. Here's how to accomplish this goal:

Spend Three Days in Kanab

Located in the heart of Southern Utah, Kanab is a great place to stay when you want to visit some of the top National Parks in the state. Book a three-day stay at Parry Lodge, where you will be close to the best attractions. Parry Lodge is only 34 minutes from Zion National Park and just under 90 minutes from Bryce Canyon National Park.

Spend Two Days in Moab

Moab is a quaint Utah town, where you can experience the authentic atmosphere of the American West. During your two-day stay in Moab, consider spending one day at Arches National Park and another day exploring Canyonlands National Park. At these two spots, you'll find plenty of hiking opportunities and photo stops.

Spend Two Days in Fruita

Finish off your week in Utah by staying in Fruita, which is located just outside the borders of Capitol Reef National Park. Spend a leisurely two days exploring this park, which is famous for its deep canyons and colorful cliffs. This is a quieter park that is less impacted by tourism, so it's the perfect place to connect with your natural surroundings before heading home at the end of your vacation.

At Forever Resorts, we specialize in providing travelers with exceptional accommodations near some of the best National Parks in the country. Whether you want to stay on-site at The Lodge at Bryce ​Canyon or you want to be in the heart of it all at Parry Lodge, we can help you find the best place to stay during your Utah National Parks tour. Contact us today.

 

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