The Escalante and Boulder Mountains and Lakes north of us are a beautiful option while staying with us. Being 15-20 degrees cooler, it can be a great option for your adventure on a hot summer day. There are many great recreational opportunities in this area.
Bryce Canyon National Park is well-known for it's red hoodoos, massive amphitheater, and a numerous other points of interest, including Sunset Point and Inspiration Point. Plenty of opportunities to explore some of the most beautiful backcountry in the world.
Capitol Reef National Park, less crowded than other southern Utah attractions, is filled with geologic oddities. A hiker's dream, you can explore massive slot canyons, experience night skies with no noise pollution, and hike along numerous cliffs, canyons, and bridges.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area makes up the areas around Lake Powell and Cataract Canyon. It borders Capitol Reef National Park and Canyonlands National Park . It offers great opportunities for backcountry and water-based activities.
Glen Canyon Conservancy seeks to preserve the magic and beauty of Powell country for generations of future explorers. Glen Canyon Conservancy supports the education and outreach mission of our government partners through diverse programing and interpretive retail sales within gateway communities surrounding Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Vermilion Cliffs National Monuments and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.