Other Parks

Explore the surrounding areas

Other Parks

Utah’s national parks feature some of the most astonishing landscapes in the world. But other lands in Utah promise just as much allure, including state parks, and national monuments and recreations areas. It’s safe to call these our hidden gems.

Goblin Valley State Park

Located along the San Rafael Reef, south of Interstate-70, Goblin Valley State Park is unlike any other place in the world. It captures and bewilders the imagination, challenging you with its geologic whimsy.

Lake Powell

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area offers more than 1.2 million acres of unparalleled opportunities for land- and water-based recreation. Within the recreation area, Lake Powell, is the second largest human-made lake in the United States, and is widely recognized as one of the premier boating destinations in the world.

Grand Stair Case Monument

This area boasts a mixture of colorful sandstone cliffs soaring above narrow slot canyons; picturesque washes and seemingly endless slickrock; prehistoric village sites and abandoned old Western movie sets, among many other treasures.

Boulder Mountain

On Boulder Mountain, which sprawls over an expansive 50,000 acres and is the highest timbered plateau in North America, you’ll have more than 80 lakes and ponds from which to choose.