If you’re looking to get the most out of your next vacation, there’s really no better place than Greater Zion. Between lounging in resort pools with unobscured canyon views and hiking exposed ridges in Zion National Park, there is so much to be seen and done in this part of southwest Utah. Nestled alongside the Virgin River, Greater Zion is truly a unique area.
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The Best of the Midwest: 7 National Parks You Never Thought to Visit in the Middle of the Country
Many of us have visited, or at least heard of, a lot of the national parks in the Western United States. But the middle of the United States also has some national parks that, although maybe aren’t as well-known, are still most certainly worth visiting.
The Western Great Lakes Region
The Great Lakes are one of the most unique areas in the world. With a total surface area of nearly 32,000 square miles, the lakes span a vast area from New York to Minnesota. This itinerary is going to take you through some of the best the western regions has to offer.
The Hidden Treasures of the West Coast
The Northwest is one of the United States’ great hidden treasures, from rocky coastlines to fog shrouded mountains, desert basins and world-class cities, this trip will give you an experience of some of the best this country has to offer.
Southeastern National Parks
The Deep South of the United States is full of rolling hills, flowing rivers, sun-soaked beaches and several Southeastern national parks. In this trip, you will get to experience it all and create memories of a lifetime along the way.
The National Parks and the Mighty East Coast Road Trip
Get ready to experience some of the most unique cities and parks the United States has to offer on this East Coast road trip. You’ll visit some of the most famous cities not only in this country, but in the world, as well as some of the most beautiful landscapes the East Coast has to offer.
National Parks and The High Sierras
Recommended for first-timers to the United States, honeymooners, photographers, and road trippers.
Road Trip to Flaming Gorge with the Girls
Ready for a change of pace and a change of scenery, my gal pals and I scanned maps in search of a road trip to an off-the-beaten-path destination. We landed on the idea to visit Flaming Gorge, a massive reservoir straddling the Utah and Wyoming border. The sapphire blue lake is surrounded by towering red cliffs, and we knew with the sheer size alone we’d find some quiet up there. We were right.
Logan: Utah’s heart of the arts
Logan, regarded as Utah’s heart of the arts, is a city of 50,000 people in northeast Utah. An hour north of Salt Lake City, it’s the perfect place to escape urban living. Logan, in the heart of Cache Valley, is home to a range of great activities, from fishing, biking, and hiking, to horseback riding and a Foodie Trek – but that’s just the surface.
5 Reasons to Visit Durango, CO on Your Next Southwestern Road Trip
Nestled just north of the New Mexico border and anchored in Colorado’s rich western heritage, the small town of Durango, CO waits to welcome you on your tour of the American Southwest. Every inch of this historic Colorado locale teems with activity, culture, and renowned cuisine. With its own airport with daily direct flights to and from Denver and Phoenix, Durango is easy to travel to independently, and it makes an ideal pit stop as you cruise through the region’s national parks. Read on for five reasons to make it a priority on your next vacation.