# Visit utah
The captivating Mighty Five national parks in Utah and how they compare
One of the most adventure filled places in the U.S.A. can be found in the state of Utah. If you’d ever visited Utah, I have no doubt that you would certainly agree. The options for activity are numerous and ranges from summertime fun to winter wandering. The outdoor excursions are endless. The places where you can take the detours and outings are in the captivating Utah’s Mighty Five parks.
Enjoy this hidden park treasure full of colorful canyons, impressive sandstone & towering domes
Hello FitLifers! And welcome first time visitors! I again learned about recent flooding devastation in another national park. Capitol Reef is one of Utah’s most unique and remote parks and has been experiencing floods the last couple days. And more flooding is threatening additional Utah parks. So if you are visiting these areas in Utah, please take caution and remember to check the NPS website for closing and opening updates. So today, I am taking you on a brief road trip through this beautiful park full of geological wander and hidden treasures! Welcome to Capitol Reef National Park in Utah!
Dead Horse State Park || Full Time RV Family
Dead Horse State Park is massive! It is 5,362 acres! We didn't know much about this park but we are glad we went in to explore. This park is where Thelma and Louise had their famous driving off a cliff scene. The views are absolutely beautiful everywhere you look! It is a short drive from the town of Moab and you shouldn't skip coming into the park. Take water and snacks because you will be here a while just exploring. Follow us for more RV Adventures: Top Of The World Adventures.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Utah’s Delicate Arch – And Why You Need To See It In Person
Out of the hundreds of arches in Arches National Park, the Delicate Arch should be at the top of your list of places to visit. Standing 46 feet high and 32 feet wide, this off-worldly landform is something you’ll have to see to believe! Surrounded by a sea of orange stone, it’s easy to see why the Delicate Arch is so famous. The hike to delicate arch is uphill but very worth it. The area is quite windy so make sure to keep a hold of your hat. Bring lots of water and a camera! The new ticketed entry system worked well and there was parking available at the trailhead.
What No One Tells You About Goblin Valley Yurt Camping
Welcome to Goblin Valley State Park! This strange and colorful landscape is filled with bizarre sandstone rock formations called goblins. Visitors can wander off-trail to explore the geology and hike among the nooks and gnomes. This remote but very popular campground is a great base for exploring the goblins and the nearby San Rafael Swell. Near the town of Hanksville, approximately 216 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. Open year round. No holiday closures.