In surrounding areas
Aside from visiting Zion National Park, there are so many other fun things to do!
Sand Hollow State Park
Find out what you need for your next adventure at Sand Hollow! Rentals available for canoes, party boards, ATVs, kayaks, jet skis, & boats!
Snow Canyon State Park
Criminally underrated and overlooked because of its proximity to Zion, Snow Canyon is a world all its own. Towering sandstone cliffs make you feel small, & rolling petrified sandstone dunes make you feel like you may have gone to a whole new planet.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park, open all year for camping and tours, is located near the junction of Utah Scenic Byway 12 and U-63. Bryce Canyon is a series of large natural amphitheaters with thousands of multi-colored rock pinnacles called “hoodoos.” These formations shine brilliantly under sunny skies, but glow most exquisitely under the soft light of the rising or setting sun.
The Kolob Canyons district of Zion National Park is located at Exit 40 on Interstate 15, 40 miles north of Zion Canyon and 17 miles south of Cedar City. A five-mile scenic drive along the Kolob Canyons Road allows visitors to view the crimson canyons and gain access to various trails and scenic viewpoints.
Trip Advisor Review
“We loved the location since you could walk to the Zion park entrance instead of taking the shuttle. The balcony had a great view so it was nice to sit outside in the evening. We would definitely stay there again.”