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Bryce/Zion round out Mighty Five national parks


Rounding out Utah's Big Five National Parks are Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. These two are in the southwestern portion of the state. The great thing about the National Parks in Utah are that none of them are the same, they each offer something.

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Visiting the wild west of Moab, Utah

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Moab was a great little city to visit for all the outdoor adventure they offered as well as the close proximity to two of the best national parks in the country. It is one of the coolest places we've visited since it has such a scenic landscape and so many outdoor adventures available.

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Review: Camperland in Beaver, Utah

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The sites and overhanging trees were a little tighter than we like, but doable. There was a little road noise, but we were near the front. The power pedestals were older. Overall, it was a good overnight park, but nothing to write home about.

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Record Net - Bryce Canyon

(Sept. 25, 2015) — We were in the middle of a three-week tour to see six western national parks (Great Basin in Nevada, five in Utah), and had already enjoyed three days along the “Loneliest Road in America,” Highway 50, and Nevada’s Great Basin National Park. From there, we headed to Cedar City, a good-sized Utah town to plot our Utah tour.

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St. George News: Spring getaways on a budget

Bryce Canyon hoodoos

(March 17, 2015) -- Bryce Canyon National Park is home to the earth’s largest collections of rock pinnacles, called hoodoos. The thousands of tall rock spires come in varying shapes and crimson hues, filling the giant natural amphitheater with texture and color.

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