Most Visited Parks

Forge new memories among fiery red rock and embrace your most adventurous side in Utah's national parks — whether that side likes to explore new terrain on a short nature hike, pedal a canyon rim, or navigate a slot canyon. Curious about Arches National Park or Moab, Utah? Seen pictures of Zion National Park? It's time to satisfy that curiosity.

Utah's five spectacular national parks stretch across the southern half of the state and can be experienced individually, or as part of one epic vacation to Utah. Each park offers the traveler unique, world-class scenic vistas and geological phenomena. In fact, Utah's national parks feature some of the most astonishing landscapes in the world.

Outside of the national parks, Flaming Gorge NRA and Glen Canyon/Lake Powell NRA combine stunning scenery with boating and fishing. The Four Corners area spreads across the boundaries of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico with millenia of human history, settlements from a vast Ancestral Pueblo empire and abundant outdoor recreation opportunities for today's explorers.