Welcome to Colorado's own Rocky Mountains National Park! This park ranks in at number 4 on National Geographic's most visited parks so you know I'm not lying when I say it's the beez kneez! The park is open 24 hours a day 365 days a year with hiking, camping, siting see and more all year long - it does not get much better than this.
Welcome to the 5th most popular park in our system! Zion National Park is home to some incredible experiences, so it's no wonder why 4.5 million people came to Zion last year! This National Park is part of the 5 parks in Utah but is a popular destination for visitors in both Nevada and Utah since it sits close to the state border.
Welcome to the North Rim! Fun fact:only 10% of all people who have been to the Grand Canyon, have been to the North Rim! You may be wondering what the heck the North Rim even is!? The Grand Canyon is one big park, but it is separated by two sides, the South Rim and the North Rim. The South Rim was responsible for 90% of last years 6 MILLION visitors.
Welcome to the other Grand Canyon.Canyonlands is one of the five National Parks in Utah. Located on the far East side of the state, this park often gets overlooked. Because of its isolation, few visitors, and lack of roads truly makes the experience feel like an adventure on Mars.
Each US National Park offers its own unique beauty, and Bryce's lies in the rocks. The amazing bright orange rock mixed with hues of white and red will surly make you say wow. Bryce Canyon is the most popular lookout and stop in the whole park, and rightfully so.
Colorado truly has so much to offer! There is something here for everyone, and the Sand Dunes is one of them! I had originally gone when I was very little but never remembered it! So when I finally got to be the age, and had the opportunity to go, I was STOKED!