Home to five national parks, 43 state parks, seven national monuments, two national recreation areas and "The Greatest Snow on Earth®", Utah represents the best of the Rocky Mountains and the Desert Southwest. Visitors enjoy easy access to Utah and enjoy scenic vistas, outdoor recreation, shopping, dining, and Western culture. Read below to discover more.
Travelers come to Utah for...
5 National Parks, 7 National Monuments, 2 National Recreation Areas, 1 National Historical Site, 43 State Parks
Utah is recognized for great fishing. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources stocks Utah's streams, rivers, and lakes with more than 12,000,000 sportfish annually.
Park City has been named the world's first gold-level ride center destination by IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association).
Moab's Sand Flats recreation area, home to the legendary slickrock and porcupine rim mountain biking trails is enjoyed by over 100,000 visitors annually.
National Geographic's "Best of the Best" 20 Legendary Hikes in National Parks ranks Utah...