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Old 02-05-2017, 12:24 PM   #1
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Best Way to See Everything in Utah

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We are traveling from Page Arizona to Glacier National Park. We are planning on spending at least 4-5 weeks in Utah during May and visiting all the Big 5 NP. Can anyone suggest the best routes from one NP to another and things that are a definite "to do" while visiting. We are traveling in a 25' Airstream International FB. Appreciate any suggestions and help since this will be our first time in this part of the country.

And.. is 4-5 weeks enough time to spend in the state. We are able to increase time as needed. Will reservations be necessary at this time of year?

Thanks for your help!
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Old 02-05-2017, 02:11 PM   #2
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Arches is supposed to be undergoing road construction and Devils Garden campground closed for most of the season, March - October. Travel into this park may be delayed due to the road construction and other campgrounds will have to pick up the slack of Devils Garden campground closure.

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Sorry if this a repeat to anyone - it is our first post and not sure if we are doing it correctly....





We are traveling from Page Arizona to Glacier National Park. We are planning on spending at least 4-5 weeks in Utah during May and visiting all the Big 5 NP. Can anyone suggest the best routes from one NP to another and things that are a definite "to do" while visiting. We are traveling in a 25' Airstream International FB. Appreciate any suggestions and help since this will be our first time in this part of the country.



And.. is 4-5 weeks enough time to spend in the state. We are able to increase time as needed. Will reservations be necessary at this time of year?



Thanks for your help!


Hoping to make the same trip to Utah this spring in our 25FB Fling Cloud. Hope you get some good responses!
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Lots of responses on your other thread.
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All five national parks are beautiful, but Zion is special and has three campsites on site. The best are South and Watchman Campgrounds in Zion Canyon itself. They're within a few hundred yards of the visitors' center, bus stop and restrooms. Check out their website and make reservations here: https://www.nps.gov/zion/planyourvis...ds-in-zion.htm
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Sunset Magazine had a good article last year on traveling US Highway 89 North from the Grand Canyon to Glacier.
http://www.sunset.com/travel/outdoor...h?iid=sr-link1
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By BICYCLE...Utah is the mountain biking mecca of the world! We recommend the Whole Enchilada and Dead Horse Point at Moab!
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My favorite place in the world! You can spend a Lot of time there and just continue to be enchanted!! The Grand Escalante Area. A WONDERFUL campground at Calf Creek! Lake Powell! The Moki Dugway. Valley of the Gods. Kenab. And Bryce Canyon by all means. Kodachrome. Grand Gulch Hovenweep Ruins. Monument Valley. Trail of the Ancients. Capital Reef Park. Butler Wash. Pah Tempe Hot Springs if it's open. I'm jealous! Have fun!
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Lots of suggested routes and itineraries like this one: https://www.visitutah.com/plan-your-...timate-journey

I think you're already well-advantaged over many visitors by your generous time allocation - lots of time to explore. I would add a sense of adventure to this basic route with time to travel off the beaten bath; lots of points of interest and hidden treasures outside the popular (too popular) state and federal parks.

Hope to see you out on the road - safe travels.

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