Utah National Parks & Public Lands


Utah became known for its natural beauty with the establishment of national parks like Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. Other national parks include Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Parkand Capitol Reef National ParkNational Monuments include Cedar Breaks National Monument, Dinosaur National Monument, Hovenweep National Monument,  Natural Bridges National Monument, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, and Timpanogos Cave National Monument. Historic Trails include the California National Historic Trail, Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail, Old Spanish National Historic Trail and the Pony Express National Historic Trail. There is also the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and the Golden Spike National Historic Site.   

Utah is also home to approximately 44 State Parks, 8 National Forests, 3 National Wildlife Refuges, 1 Wild & Scenic River, 1,833 Places listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 14 National Historic Landmarks ,18 National Natural Landmarks, and 2 National Heritage Areas.

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