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7 miles away

Hike, mountain bike, camp or horseback ride at Red Canyon, located on Scenic Byway 12 near US 89. Bright red cliffs and hoodoos, Ponderosa pines, and rock tunnels make Red Canyon a favorite photo stop.




18 miles away
A quaint mountain retreat nestled in Southern Utah’s Dixie National Forest. A convenient place for the discriminating visitor, central to three national parks, cool and uncrowded even at the height of the summer season. Lake resorts offer both casual and fine dining along with mountain, lake, and forest views often including deer, eagles, elk and other wildlife. One of Utah’s most popular fishing lakes with rainbow, brook, cutthroat and German brown trout thriving in its cool waters. Activities include fishing year round, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, boating, hunting, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, etc.




23 miles away
Open all year. Located on Scenic Byway 12 and U-63. Bryce Canyon is a series of giant amphitheaters with millions of pink rock pinnacles called “hoodoos” that seem to glow at sunrise and sunset. Drive through and enjoy the scenic viewpoints, hike or horseback ride along trails into the canyon. In winter, allow time to cross country ski or snowshoe.



30 miles away
A circle of painted cliffs, colorful rock spires and columns, located along Scenic Byway U-143, 16 miles west of Panguitch Lake. Photograph or hike, and in the winter snowmobile, cross country ski or you can alpine ski at nearby Brian Head.



34 miles away
Ride in a stagecoach or on horseback, mountain bike, hike, picnic or camp at Kodachrome. Unique spires and chimneys glow with color at sunrise and sunset. Named by the National Geographic Society, the park is located nine miles south of Cannonville.


70 miles away
Massive canyon walls ascend toward a brilliant blue sky. To experience Zion, you need to walk among the towering cliffs, or challenge your courage in a small narrow canyon. These unique sandstone cliffs range in color from cream, to pink, to red.. Located 70 miles from Bryce Canyon via US 89 and U-9.



105 miles away
Open all year. Drive the park’s scenic drive, stop in at the visitor center and museum, hike the trails, and visit the old log schoolhouse and the village of Fruita.



130 miles away



148 miles away
Fish, boat, swim, hike at Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Bullfrog Marina is accessible via the Burr Trail or by way of U-95 and U-276. To get to Wahweap Marina near Page, Arizona, drive south on US 89.



148 miles away




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Bryce Canyon National Park
Breathtaking views of horseshoe-shaped ampitheatres and more!



Capitol Reef National Park
Sandstone formations, cliffs, canyons, and more!



Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
A spectacular array of scientific and historic resources.







The Watchman-Zion National Park
The Watchman, at 6545 feet, dominates the view to the south.featuring tremendous views wherever you look.




Upper Emerald Fall - Zion National Park
The pools and waterfalls are the attraction here, but the surrounding scenery is outstanding as well.




The Weeping Rock - Zion National Park
The Weeping Rock is well traveled due to its beauty, location and short length.




Hidden Canyon - Zion National Park
Zion's most famous landmark.




The Altar of Sacrifice - Zion National Park
The park is known for its world class climbing opportunities.