Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park are among popular areas in Utah for RV rental customers to visit. Bryce Canyon is home to many awe-inspiring spires and other natural rock formations in vibrant shades of red and orange. Its most impressive feature is Bryce Amphitheater, a 12-mile long naturally carved amphitheater. Zion National Park is Utah's most-visited national park, with impressive canyons in bright red hues and with numerous hiking trails from which to enjoy a view. Zion Canyon is the largest, at 15 miles long and half a mile deep.
After you've visited one or both of these beautiful national parks, learn about the history of their formation at the Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum, and about the life forms that were present millions of years ago through Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Adventures.
|Top 10 Travel Destinations in Utah|
|Zion National Park|
|Grand Canyon North Rim|
|Bryce Canyon National Park|
|Snowbasin Skiing and Snowboarding|
|Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum|
|Dinosaurs & Prehistoric Museums|
|St. George - Golfing|
|Utah Shakespearean Festival|
RV rental customers may also enjoy visiting the Tuacahn Theatre. Located in a naturally carved red-rock amphitheater and with a variety of types of theater ranging from comedy to children's shows to serious dramas, the entire family will be entertained. If you are planning your RV trip in the winter, consider stopping at the Snowbasing Skiing and Snowboarding resort for a day, whether you are an experienced skiier or just learning.
Utah also has a rich history and many beautiful religious structures, with Temple Square in Salt Lake City as their central location. Include time in your vacation plans to about how the Mormon Church was founded and grew to what it is today, if your RV rental trip will take you through Salt Lake City.