Uncover the Beauty of Utah in an RV
With locations in Florida, Colorado and Arizona, you can explore the country from a variety of starting points. Wherever you begin, you won’t want to miss the astounding natural beauty of Utah. Follow our Utah travel itinerary and get a taste of the RV lifestyle!
Cedar City, Utah
Nicknamed Festival City USA, Cedar City, Utah is home to seventeen major events, including the Utah Summer Games, Frontier Folk Festival and the Utah Shakespeare Festival. In addition to the bustling festival culture, Cedar Breaks National Monument offers plenty of biking and hiking trails, golf courses, fishing and more. During the winter months, you can even enjoy world-class skiing only a short drive away. Park your RV at the Cedar City KOA, where you’ll enjoy a pool, playground, horseshoes and ice cream!
Arches National Park
It’s impossible to beat the beauty of Arches National Park, which features more than 2,000 natural stone arches, massive red rocks, and other amazing formations. We recommend taking advantage of biking, hiking and rock climbing during the day, and enjoying a scenic drive in the evening so you won’t miss the awe-inspiring sunsets that close out the day. Park your RV at the KOA Moab RV campground, which prides itself in being the closest KOA campground to Arches National Park, Dead Horse State Park and Canyonlands National Park.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park will keep you busy for a few days! Filled with iconic views, you’ll want to catch Thor’s Hammer at midnight, Bryce Amphitheater at sunrise and the waterfall at Mossy Cave Trail at sunset. If you visit at the right time, you can enjoy a guided Full Moon hike or the Geology, Prairie Dog and Astronomy Festivals! Take advantage of the outdoors with hikes ranging from easy to backcountry, and end your night cooking around the campfire with friends.
Salt Lake City
With its laid-back attitude, Salt Lake City is the ideal place for some rest and relaxation. The city contains something for the whole family. Enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, mountain biking, zip lining and skiing as well as fine dining, shopping, arts and culture. Get the best of both worlds, no matter when you visit!Check out our Colorado, Arizona and Florida trip itineraries on our RV lifestyle blog today!