National & State Parks in Southern Utah

Southern Utah hosts several national and state parks and features some of the most astonishing landscapes in the world. St. George is in the perfect central location to enjoy many of these parks in the same trip!

stream and mountain backdrop near St. George Utah

Zion National Park

The St. George area is home to the famous Zion National Park, where the massive sandstone mountains are mesmerizing. You can enjoy activities such as hiking, canyoneering, horseback riding, backpacking, and more! Click the link below to learn more about Zion National Park.

sunset near Red Rock in St. George Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its spiral-shaped rock formations, also known as hoodoos. These towering crimson-colored mountains are a sight to be seen. This national park is small enough to be explored in a single day!

aerial of Red Rock with river

Grand Canyon National Park

Take a day trip to The Grand Canyon in Arizona and hike the North or South Rim! This immense canyon is layered with bands of red rock and split by the Colorado River.

Glen Canyon in Utah

Glen Canyon

Glen Canyon has over 1.25 million acres of recreational area to explore and is home to must-see attractions such as Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Rainbow Bridge, and much more!

Canyon with mountain backdrop in St. George Utah

Snow Canyon State Park

Experience the beauty of Snow Canyon State Park’s burnt orange and white sandstone cliffs and black lava flows. Explore this incredible landscape on foot, bike, or horseback!