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  • NATIONAL PARKS Nearby St. George

  • Bryce Canyon National Park 800-444-6689 | nps.gov/brca

    Unlike Zion, where you look up at the cliffs, at Bryce Canyon National Park you look down on miles of exquisitely carved pinnacles and spires. The red, pink and orange colors of the intricately eroded limestone known as “hoodoos” constantly change with the sun making the magical landscape come alive. There is a $25 private vehicle fee to enter

    national parks.

    North Rim of the Grand Canyon 928-638-7888 | nps.gov/grca

    Open mid-May to mid-October, the North Rim features the pine and aspen forest of the 540,000-acre Kaibab Plateau. Viewpoints of the North Rim are higher than on the South Rim. Highway 67 is closed in winter south of Jacob Lake. Drive time from St. George is about 3 hours or 147 miles. Call 877-444-6777 to make advance campground reservations for

    the Canyon North Rim.

    Zion National Park

    435-772-3256 | 800-869-6635 nps.gov/zion

    Zion National Park is one of the most scenic destinations in Southern Utah. Zion is towering sandstone walls and monoliths. It is also rivers, riparian areas, pine forests, sandstone deserts, natural arches, and habitat for an amazing variety of plants and animals. With excellent accommodations, restaurants and shopping facilities are available in the nearby town of Springdale. The park is open all year. There is a

    park entry fee.

    Shuttle service operates from early April through October both in the park and in Springdale. Private vehicles are not allowed on the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive when the shuttle is in operation. Zion-Mount Carmel Highway, through the park, is open to private vehicles all year, connecting Springdale to Bryce Canyon, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and Kanab.

  • Arches National Park 800-635-6622 | nps.gov/arch

    This red rock wonder is sure to fill you with shock and awe. Arches National Park contains the world’s largest concentration of natural arches— sublime spans of stone that seem to defy gravity and nature. Some are delicate ribbons curving skyward and then twisting back to the earth. Arches aren’t the only attractions here. This is a playground of stone with massive balanced rock, sandstone fins, spires, Marching Men, and other

    geological wonders.

    Capitol Reef National Park 800-858-7951 | nps.gov/care

    This park offers spectacular experiences for all types. History buffs can enjoy both the easily accessible ancient Indian rock art or tour pioneer orchards. The Waterpocket Fold is a 100-mile- long geologic reef or monocline, from which Capitol Reef National Park received its name. Hike, bike, backpack, or drive—Capitol Reef National Park provides something for everyone!

    Canyonlands National Park 800-574-4386 | nps.gov/cany

    Two mighty rivers, the Colorado and Green River, have carved deep canyons in the heart of this rugged, remote area. Canyonlands is a huge national park that includes some of the most convoluted, remote, and scenic areas in the continental U.S. The rivers serve as highways to adventure. The Colorado River offers some of the most exciting whitewater river rafting, with 26 mega-rapids in the infamous Cataract Canyon.

    Gunlock State Park 435-680-0715

    stateparks.utah.gov/parks/gunlock Gunlock State Park is located 15 miles northwest of St. George via Highway 91, past the towns of Santa Clara and Ivins. Gunlock State Park is open 24 hours year-round and offers boating, water sports and quality fishing. Day-passes are $7.

    Primitive camping is $13 for overnight stays.

  • Sand Hollow State Park 435-680-0715

    stateparks.utah.gov/parks/sand-hollow Boat and fish on Sand Hollow Reservoir, explore and ride the dunes of Sand Mountain on an off- highway vehicle, then RV or tent camp in the new campground. Park Hours are 6:00 am to 10:00 pm. From I-15, take the Hurricane exit (Exit 16). Travel east on Hwy 9 for about four miles to Sand Hollow Road and turn right. Day-use

    passes are $10.

    Snow Canyon State Park 435-628-2255

    stateparks.utah.gov/parks/snow-canyon-state-park

    You won’t find any snow at Snow Canyon State Park, but you will find plenty of recreational opportunities! Snow Canyon offers 16 miles of hiking trails, technical rock climbing, horseback riding, year-round camping, nature studies, wildlife viewing, and photographic opportunities galore. Park Hours are 6:00 am to 10:00 pm

    year-round. Day-passes are $6.

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