Although we’ve lived in Utah for over two years now; we haven’t began to see everything Utah has to offer. With over forty State Parks, five National Parks, Monument Valley, and an unknown number of city parks, the choices seem almost limitless.
While researching the options I decided to make a list of the top ten state parks I wanted to visit and photograph before I died.
This is my list:
- Dead Horse Point
- Antelope Island
- Fremont Indian State Park and Museum
- Bear Lake
- Willard Bay
- Goblin Valley
- Snow Canyon
I’ve you’ve visited any of these Utah State Parks or would recommend another I’d love to get you’re comments.
For more information on Utah State Parks I recommend starting with this website.
- 5 Reasons to Visit State and Provincial Parks (budgettravel.suite101.com)
- Favorite trails in Utah’s National Parks? (ask.metafilter.com)
- What’s OK, what’s not in national, state parks (msnbc.msn.com)