These unique places to stay in Utah may be a little pricier than your average hotel, but they'll add that certain je ne sais quoi to your Utah getaway or staycation.
Once you’ve seen the landscapes of Canyonlands National Park, odds are a day hike through the amazing rock formations just isn’t going to cut it.
With almost 30 lake-filled state parks and countless alpine reservoirs across the Wasatch and Uintah mountain ranges, the Beehive State offers ample opportunities to plan a lake camping trip on warm summer days.
If you haven’t experienced Utah's "Island in the Sky", now’s the time to start planning a trip to see this remarkable landscape from behind the wheel on White Rim Road.
From family-friendly desert towns to national parks, everyone can find a way to satisfy that vacation bug with a short weekend road trip.
Zion averages around 4.5 million annual visitors — but only a handful of those get to see the true wild of the park’s backcountry.
Covering more than half of the length of Utah, the drive from Salt Lake City to Zion National Park passes by must-do stops that travelers-in-the-know shouldn't skip.
Salt Lake City is surrounded by dramatic landscapes and adorable towns that are definitely worth a day trip.
Escalante may be small with just about 800 people living in town, but it packs a big punch. It's the gateway to one of the most unique landscapes in the United States: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.