Infamous for its unique shades of terrain, Utah is home to the Mormon Temple as well as the fourth largest lake in the Western Hemisphere. With its own multiple versions of the Grand Canyon, there is much that Utah has to offer RVers.
Our best RV Destinations in Utah are
- Zion National Park: Situated on the Southwest of Utah, Zion National Park is infamous for its steep red cliffs. Zion is also Utah’s first national park.
- Salt Lake City: Houses the headquarters of Mormon Church and is encircled by the buoyant Salt Lake and Wasatch Range.
- Bryce Canyon National Park: Unique to Utah, the hoodoos here are in the shapes of spires and is infamous for the hoodoo depression- Bryce Amphitheater.
- Canyonlands National Park: Located near Moab, Canyonlands National Park is vast and constitutes four separate districts, owing to the River that separates it.
Having innumerable ski hills in its geography, Utah offers many activities like hiking, fishing, kayaking, swimming, rafting and even bob-sleighing! Known as the Beehive State, Utah is a major salt exporter of the nation as well!
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