Utah is home to 5 of the most stunning National Parks in the United States. Utah Adventure Guides is the only guide you need to make the most of your trip and experience all these wild places have to offer.
Each of Utah’s 5 national parks are home to uniqe natural wonders found nowhere else on planet earth. That is why each year millions of visitors travel from around the globe to expereince their natural beauty. Each one is special in its own way and is worth the visit. That’s why we devoted a big part of our site to helping you navigate the mountain of travel information, tour operators, acomodations, resturants and trails. It’s a lot to sort through but we made it easy. Scroll down to explore the parks and start planning your trip.
Located a short 2 and a half hours from Las Vegas, Zion National Park is one of most popular national parks in the entire park system and a must-see destination. Because Zion gets so busy, it’s critical to plan your trip in advance to get the most out of your vacation.
Located on the outskirts of adventure town Moab, Utah, Arches National Park is home to the highest density of natural arches on the planet. With must-see attractions like the famed Delicate Arch, the Fiery Furnace and more, you need to stop at Arches.
Formed from the erosive power of both the Green River and Colorado River, Canyonland National Park is both massive and beautiful. A visit to any of the 3 sections that make up the vast canyonlands will be filled with adventure, solitude and unforgettable vistas.
Marked by hoodoos, fins and red canyon walls, Bryce Canyon National Park is a natural treasure for the world to enjoy. Planning ahead here will allow you to stay close to the canyon rim and enjoy all that Bryce has to offer.
Although less visited than Utah’s other National Parks, Capitol Reef National Park contains elements of all the others including hoodoos, arches, windows, canyons, red rock & fins. Enjoy the peaceful serenity and solitude of this stunning natural wonder.