How to Plan an RV Trip to Utah’s National Parks

Utah is a state filled with incredible landscapes and is home to five national parks. It’s no wonder so many tourists are planning an RV trip to Utah! 

Today we want to share a few things you might keep in mind when making a plan for your RV trip to Utah! Let’s get to it!

Did you know that Utah has the third most national parks of all 50 states? Let’s look at each of the five parks that call Utah home.

Ranger-led programs, guided walks, scenic drives, and incredible viewpoints from short and long trails are all great ways to spend your time there.

Arches National Park

If you prefer to experience the hoodoos at a closer view, you can hike miles of trails into the valley for a unique perspective of these rock formations.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Experiencing all that Canyonlands will require 4-wheel drive and a high-clearance vehicle. There are multiple hikes for those that want to see the park on foot, too. 

Canyonlands National Park

Between hiking, wildlife viewing, horseback riding, and rock climbing, you’ll have no problems filling your activities schedule! 

Capitol Reef National Park

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