Utah National Parks Ranked Best to Worst


If you're wondering which Utah National Park you should visit next, you're in the right place. >>

Based on my experience visiting Utah's Mighty 5 several times, I'm sharing how I would rank Utah National Parks from best to worst. Let's dive in. >>

Zion National Park

Utah National Park Zion ranks number 1 for both its beauty AND activity diversity. You can take scenic drives, hike, climb, bike, and more.


Arches National Park

What I will say Arches really has going for it is how photogenic it is! When you go, make sure you visit Park Avenue and Delicate Arch.


Bryce National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its massive hoodoo formations and orange color! A must-see here is Navajo Loop Trail.


Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands ranked lower than the other parks because the activities aren’t nearly as accessible as those in the other parks. But it's great for multi-day excursions.


Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef is unique with its cute farmhouse and pie shop. One of its main highlights is Cathedral Valley Road, which requires a high clearance vehicle.


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