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RV Destinations | Utah
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Shady Acres RV Park, Green River
Located near the Green River and the surrounding scenic desert and rock country landscapes, Shady Acres RV Park is a great RV and camping option for visitors to Utah. This park is an easy distance from amazing destinations like the Green River, Arches National Park and much more. Be sure to reserve your spot online before your next visit to Utah!
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Arches National Park
The park preserves many sandstone arches, created through millions of years of exposure to the elements. A car tour of Arches National Park is a great way to enjoy many of the parks amazing vistas and arches. The park also offers opportunities to get even closer to the most amazing arches in the park, visitors can even hike out and stand beneath the Delicate Arch. For an even better understanding of the parks features visitors can take one of the ranger-led tours, including the Fiery Furnace Tours.
Utah's Green River is a great place to enjoy white water rafting. The river runs from Flamingo Gorge National Recreation Area near Vernal to Dinosaur National Monument, and passes through some very remote landscapes. Several sections of the river have good rapids and excellent options for kayaking, canoeing and rafting. Visitors enjoying time on the Green River can see sights like the Gray Canyon, the Labyrinth, Stillwater Canyons, the Crystal Geyser, Lodore Canyon and more.
Capitol Reef National Park
Capitol Reef National Park preserves the amazing geologic formation called the Waterpocket Fold. The Waterpocket Fold stretches for almost 100 miles and is a warp in the Earth's crust. Visitors to Capitol Reef National Park will see the scenic sandstone domes in the Capitol Reef area, the free-standing monoliths in the Cathedral Valley, the lush vegetation of Fruita and much more. In addition, Capitol Reef National Park is filled with recreational activities, including backpacking, picking fruit in the orchards when in season, hiking, rock climbing and much more.
Moab is a great destination for recreation enthusiasts. There are plenty of areas to enjoy mountain biking including the Slickrock Trail. Moab is also a great spot to go white-water rafting on the Colorado River. Visitors to Moab will also find plenty of off-roading and rock-climbing. The town has much to offer its visitors as well, from fine dining to enjoying a spa day. The city also has a large number of annual events to delight the residents and visitors.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon is one of Utah's amazing natural features. The Canyon extends down 2000 feet in elevation, and has unique rock formations called "hoodoos" which are spires formed by the freeze and thaw cycle. Visitors to Bryce Canyon National Park can drive to scenic viewpoints to see the amazing spires, or can enjoy hiking through the canyon. In addition, Bryce Canyon is an amazing destination for stargazing, which can be enjoyed on full moon hikes, at the Night Sky Program or at the Bryce Canyon Astronomy Festival.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
This National Monument covers almost 1.9 million acres in Utah, and within the remote landscape visitors can enjoy some of the most spectacular geological features in the western US, as well as plenty of outdoor adventure. The Grand Staircase is a series of gigantic steps that ascend from the Grand Canyon, extending from the floor of the Grand Canyon to the Paunsaugunt Plateau at Bryce Canyon. Hikers can visit Buckskin Gulch, which has one of the longest canyon hikes in the world. At the Escalante Canyons visitors can learn about the Anasazi culture, hike through the canyons and see the natural bridges.