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Utah State Parks

A snobby traveler, someone who only hikes in Prana and Prada, might thumb his nose at Utah state parks. “Oh, those things?” he’d say, as if picking up roadside underwear between two fingers, “They’re just so… not… national.”

So wriggle out of your smoking jacket and put down your family crest. You’re going to go to some of Utah’s finest state parks, and you are going to ski or swim or fish or ride horses, and you are going to like it. Read more...

 

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Stay in SLC

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Dinosaurland

Est: 150,000,000 years ago

Greater Zion

With state parks like this who needs National ones?

Edge of Cedars

In the home of San Juan

Dinosaurland

Est: 150,000,000 years ago

State Park Fees

Embrace the bureaucracy

The Carbon Corridor

Nine Mile Canyon, & more

Dinosaurland

Est: 150,000,000 years ago

Dead Horse Point

and more in Moab

3 State Parks

1 scenic Heber Valley

Antelope Island

Where you and the buffalo can roam

Choice Hotels

Easy lodging choices for big adventures

 
 

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In Utah's heritage, scenic and recreational state parks, visitors camp, boat, swim, fish, picnic, ride horseback, visit interpretive areas, enjoy nature trails, play golf, hike, bike, ride off-highway vehicles, or just relax with family and friends. Even in winter, cross-country skiers, snowmobilers, ice fishers and hardy campers are taking advantage of Utah state parks.

 
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