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Sleep under the stars in one of nearly 2,000 campsites, cabins, and yurts. Whether it's a cozy tent for two, an RV with TV, or comfortable cabin, we have a site just for you.
Wakeboard on glassy reflections at Sand Hollow, sail on Bear Lake or Great Salt Lake, troll for trophy fish at Scofield or canoe at East Canyon. Boating adventures begin at state park lakes and reservoirs.
Whether you're riding the salmon-colored sands of Coral Pink Sand Dunes or exploring trails at Wasatch Mountain, state parks offer great riding for every ability.
Most state parks are at or near great fishing spots. Cast a line at these lakes and reservoirs.
Pedal, motor, ski, roll or stroll. Trails in Utah's state parks lead to discovery: lava tubes at Snow Canyon, scenic views at Kodachrome and Dead Horse Point, and petroglyphs at Fremont Indian. From a leisurely walk to a difficult climb, explore the trails of Utah's state parks.
View bison, a desert tortoise, deer, moose or osprey - all make their homes in Utah's state parks. Bring your binoculars or a spotting scope for an even better look at Utah's wildlife.
From the meandering water hazards at Green River and breathtaking canyon shots at Palisade, to tree lined fairways of Wasatch Mountain and wide open vistas at Soldier Hollow, Utah State Parks offers consistent, great play at an affordable price. Combine golf with extraordinary scenery and camping for a great weekend getaway.
Make a splash! Kayak on Great Salt Lake, canoe at Sand Hollow, wade through waters at Bear Lake or wakeboard at high speed along Deer Creek. Utah's state park lakes and reservoirs offer cool respites during warm summer months.
Utah has seven state park museums featuring collections on everything from dinosaurs to ancient puebloans to pioneer heritage. But state park museums aren't just for looking at! Bring the family and immerse yourself in activities, demonstrations, kid camps, and tours.
There's no better place than a Utah state park to gather friends, family, coworkers or classrooms. The rejuventating effect of the great outdoors is combined with the conveniences you'll need to host a great party, meeting, or field trip.
Beat the winter blues by venturing out into Utah's winter wonderland. Whether your snowbound activity is self-propelled, motorized, or just requires a little gravity, Utah state parks have every enticement to keep you out of hibernation.
Other Fun Stuff
Think you've been there, done that? Check out these new or unusual opportunities in Utah state parks. We'll have you, up the air, going the distance, and off the beaten path. And don't forget our just-for-kids and family programs, Junior Ranger and ROCKIN' Utah.