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Just 25 minutes away from the Blue Peach is one of the most visited National Parks in the United States.  With it's grand mountainous cliffs in hues of orange and red, you're sure to be amazed in awe by it's stunning beauty.  Zion National Park can be enjoyed all year round; however, you'll want to be plan ahead and be prepared for your trip during the season you are visiting.  Please visit the Zion National Park website for hours of operation, weather, shuttle, parking, and hiking information, and any current alerts that may affect your visit.








Sand Hollow

12 miles/20 minutes


With its warm, blue waters and red sandstone landscape, one of Utah’s newer state parks is also one of its most popular. Boat, fish, and dive at Sand Hollow Reservoir, explore and ride the dunes of Sand Mountain on an off-highway vehicle, then RV or tent camp in a campground or the beach.


Bryce Canyon

127 miles/2 hrs 8 minutes


Hoodoos (irregular columns of rock) exist on every continent, but here is the largest concentration found anywhere on Earth. Situated along a high plateau at the top of the Grand Staircase, the park's high elevations include numerous life communities, fantastic dark skies, and geological wonders that defy description.

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Brian Head

69.8 miles/1 hr 13 minutes


Brian Head Resort is Southern Utah's #1 affordable and family-friendly winter destination. With the highest base elevation in Utah, Brian Head Resort annually receives over 360 inches of epic Utah powder. The resort has 8 lifts, the largest is Giant Step Express High-Speed Detachable Quad, which has a vertical drop of 1,320 ft. Brian Head spans 650 acres and consists 71 runs. You can also take flight in the revamped terrain parks with countless features for all skill levels.


Quail Creek State Park

11.7 miles/18 minutes


Boasting some of the warmest waters in the state and a mild winter climate, Quail Creek lures boaters and anglers year-round. Camp. Hike. Explore.

Snow Canyon

30.9 miles/38 minutes


Explore the trails and dunes of beautiful Snow Canyon on foot, bike, and horseback. Camp in the peaceful campground surrounded by ancient lava flows and red Navajo sandstone. Discover the secrets of the desert landscape through seasonal nature programs.

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Duck Creek Village

68.4 miles/1hr 15 minutes


The resort community of Duck Creek Village, on Cedar Mountain near Brian Head Ski Resort, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cedar City, and Kanab, Utah, is surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery and offers a myriad of recreation activities for all seasons. 


Kolob Terrace Road - Zion National Park

8.2 miles/11 minutes


The Kolob Terrace is in the middle of Zion between Zion Canyon and the Kolob Canyons which are located near Cedar City. The Kolob Terrace offers a 21-mile scenic drive to Lava Point, starting at the small town of Virgin.  At first you will notice homes and farms as you travel in and out of Zion. The road transitions to gravel once you are beyond Lava Point and headed to the Kolob Reservoir.  It can take you another 20-miles to SR-14 near Cedar City, ending about a-mile from a long standing restaurant - Milt’s Stage Stop. Keep in mind the Kolob Terrace is a primitive area and there are no services so be prepared with water, a spare and other items you might need if you break down.


Red Cliffs

25.5 miles/39 minutes


The sprawling 60,000-acre Red Cliffs Desert Reserve (which includes the designated Red Cliffs National Conservation Area) contains a one-of-a-kind convergence of multiple different desert ecosystems, jaw-dropping scenery, and protected species seldom seen elsewhere. Anyone wishing to get a taste of the astonishing juxtaposition of a stark rock-scape with delicate, determined life should pay this attraction an extended visit.

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