About Utah’s National Parks

Start here for basic information about the parks. Learn where the national parks are in Utah. Find answers to the most frequently asked questions such as what to pack and how close you should get to wild animals. Are you planning a trip far in advance? Check our weather articles to learn what to expect in different seasons. And, southern Utah is a large desert area, so don’t forget to download a park map.

5 Utah National Parks

Southern Utah desert landscape of red rocks, hoodoos and rock arches includes Arches, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Arches national parks. Read More...

FAQs about Utah Park Vacations

How often do rock falls occur in the park & does anyone ever get hurt? Can I camp in the park? What about swimming in the canyons? Read More...

History of Utah Parks

As the pictographs and petroglyphs indicate, Utah was traveled well before the rail lines opened up access. Read More...

Official Utah National Park Maps for Download

Download the official park maps for Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Capitol Reef and Canyonland National Parks in Utah Read More...

Utah National Park Weather

Knowing the park's seasonal weather variations will help you plan the perfect Utah National Park vacation. Read More...

Wildlife and Nature Conservation

Learn about efforts to protect and empower wild animals and the natural ecosystems inside Grand Canyon National Park and the surrounding landscapes. Read More...