Have you ever wanted to create a bucket list of places to visit at least once in your life? We have and honestly, all of the United State's national parks are on it. That's why we've created an epic road trip to Utah's national parks. Our map will take you to some of our favorite places in the state. 

Towering red rock cliffs and prehistoric villages are some of the gems you can expect to encounter on this journey

Grab your favorite hiking boots and get ready for an amazing adventure. Why not grab your BFF while you're at it?

Whether you're a Utah native or a worldwide traveler, these parks are worth a visit. 

Timpanogos Cave 

Price: $12 per person aged 12 years and older 

When: Cave reopens in Spring 2020, however, the cave trail is open until October 25

Address: 2038 Alpine Loop Rd, American Fork, UT

Why You Need To Go: You can take a 55-minute guided tour to the underground cave. 

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Capitol Reef

Price: $10 per person or $20 per vehicle 

When: Open year-round

Address: UT

Why You Need To Go: This desert park is filled with many hiking trails that are perfect for a weekend adventure. 

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Natural Bridges 

Price: $20 per vehicle 

When: Open year-round

Address: Lake Powell, UT

Why You Need To Go: With three different bridges, you can see them for yourself up-close or from afar on the park's overlook. 

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Hovenweep

Price: Free

When: Open year-round

Address: Between Cortez, CO and Blanding, UT

Why You Need To Go: This national monument is home to 6 prehistoric buildings that you can see up-close. 

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Glen Canyon

Price: $30 per vehicle for a weekly pass 

When: Seasonal hours

Address: 4304 Bullfrog, Lake Powell, UT

Why You Need To Go: This recreational area is compassed of 1.25 million acres where you can swim or indulge in many water activities. 

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Rainbow Bridge

Price: $30 per vehicle for a weekly pass to enter Glen Canyon

When: Open year-round 

Address: Lake Powell, UT

Why You Need To Go: This naturally occurring bridge is reportedly one of the world's biggest. 

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Cedar Breaks

Price: $7 per person aged 16 years and older

When: Open year-round (winter conditions may affect roads)

Address: UT-143, Brian Head, UT

Why You Need To Go: In the spring, you can see meadows filled with vibrant, blooming wildflowers. 

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Zion

Price: $35 per vehicle for a weekly pass

When: Open year-round

Address: Springdale, UT 

Why You Need To Go: Opt to hike the many trails or go on a scenic drive. Either way, you'll get amazing views. 

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Bryce Canyon 

Price: $35 per vehicle for a weekly pass

When: Open year-round

Address: Bryce, UT

Why You Need To Go: Why not spend the night under the stars? Camping here is a must during any time of the year. 

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We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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