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Zion National Park Information
The oldest National Park in Utah, Zion, is an incredible experience that brings you back to ancient times. Zion means “heavenly city,” and the landscapes are unbelievable with colourful stone and open blue skies. This slot canyon has all kinds of wildlife to see, with lots of history and opportunities for adventure. The steep cliffs and their dusty red color are breathtaking.
Things to do in Zion
Go camping in the park’s three campgrounds. South and Watchman Campgrounds are in the Zion Canyon, while the Lava Point Campground is much further out. Camping is one of the most popular activities at Zion, full of visitors from March to November. There are hundreds of trails for hiking, where you can really enjoy the vast scenery and the adventures of the park. There are lots of different hikes, from meandering paths to cliffside craziness. You can take tours through the park, even on horseback!
Day trips from Zion
Hurricane Valley is about a half hour away from Zion National Park. There are lots of things to see in Hurricane, Toquerville, and LaVerkin. The area is known for its farming, but there are many restaurants and events for you to enjoy now. Visit the Sand Hollow State Park for sand dunes and great picnic spots. Go driving around the rocks and dunes, and take in the dusty scenery. The Quail Creek State Park is beautifully serene, and a great place to go fishing. Enjoy the views, and the hush of nature. You can also camp at Quail Creek, or cool off in the water!
The town of Springdale that is within the National Park grounds is the best place to stay on your trip. The town has incredible views of the park, so you’ll never feel too far away from the incredible natural site. The town is friendly, and has lots of hotels, bed and breakfasts, and home rentals.
Transportation in Zion
A shuttle service will run from March to November of this year to get you to and through the park. The shuttle system also goes through the town of Springdale, and cuts down on any traffic around. The shuttle is free and come through every 10 to 15 minutes. The parking is restricted within Zion, so parking in Springdale and taking the shuttle up is your best bet.
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