Planning to visit Utah? Get excited, because there are so many incredible places to visit in Utah that we often refer to the state as BeaUTAHful. 

From the arches and red rocks, to the desert landscapes, the mountains, the rivers, and the sand dunes, it has enough of the colors in God’s Art Studio that we also think the entire state should just be claimed as a national park. 

Pack a picnic, find a comfy spot on the rim, pour yourself a glass of wine or two (non-drivers) and enjoy one of nature’s greatest gifts. 

Dead Horse Point State Park

There are some places that stand above the others. They have this special magnetic pull that pulls you into their beauty. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is one of those must see in Utah places!

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Valley of the Gods

The colors and rock formations are stunning. And whilst there are no real hiking trails here, we enjoyed just driving for a change. Consider putting this destination on your Utah road trip itinerary!

Arches National Park

The orange and red rock arches appear beside you as you drive along the scenic drive, and far into the distance you get glimpses of the towering spires, pinnacles, and balanced rocks you can explore. 

Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon is one of the most famous places to visit in Utah and a fairy tale kingdom of dreams. A kingdom of bright orange and pink pastel spires and towers, archways and paths leading into enchanted forests to get lost in.