Between Utah's National Parks

You'll find moments that surprise you.
Southern Utah is home to Utah’s Mighty Five® national parks. And between these parks there are places less known, but no less spectacular. Explore the communities, state parks and national monuments that connect you to Utah's national parks in one great road trip. 

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Hoodoos and Stars takes advantage of the proximity of Zion, Bryce and Capitol Reef national parks to slow down and also experience some of the must-see southwestern Utah landscapes and experiences along the way — including the world's best dark skies.
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Zion National Park
  • All-American Road Scenic Byway 12
  • Capitol Reef Country
  • Kodachrome Basin
For movie buffs, this scenic tour of the state of Utah comes alive with nostalgia for Robert Redford’s iconic film, “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," and some of Butch Cassidy's real-life haunts.
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Snow Canyon State Park
  • Grafton Ghost Town
  • Capitol Reef National Park
  • Sundance Mountain Resort
Utah’s Dinosaur Diamond Highway is the perfect guide to experience ancient history, millions of years in the making. Along the way of your seven-day trip, veer off the highway and discover the state’s magical, lesser-known landscapes and adventures.
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Dinosaur National Monument
  • Jurassic National Monument
  • San Rafael Swell
  • Dead Horse Point State Park