Bryce Canyon Country

Enjoy outdoor adventure in Bryce Canyon Country Explore beautiful destinations and get active outdoors when you travel to Bryce Canyon Country. View the red rock scenery as you hike in Bryce Canyon National Park, a popular family destination. Go hiking and canyoneering through red-walled slot canyons. Bike through Red Canyon and Dixie National Forest. ATV through the Utah desert landscape.

Capitol Reef Country - Wayne County

Far off the main roads, Capitol Reef sees fewer visitors but has no less astounding scenic delights. The benefit of this is that you have fewer people to compete with for seasonal fruit picking in the park system's oldest orchards (peaches, apricots, plums, apples, pears, and much more), hiking to astounding views of the Waterpocket Fold, or overnighting it in the sandstone-blanketed backcountry.

Cedar City - Brian Head

  • Southwest Utah

It's not every day you can find a place so perfectly situated as Cedar City and Brian Head. Not only are there vast outdoor recreation opportunities but also National Parks and Monuments just a short drive away with the scenic wonders of southern Utah at your finger tips.

Play in the great outdoors with miles of hiking and biking, OHV, backcountry exploration and a wonderland of photographic prospects. Then bring the play inside where festivals abound.



Flaming Gorge

  • Northeast Utah

Year-round recreational opportunities are centered on the 91-mile Lake Flaming Gorge and the famed Green River. There is a wide range of active pursuits to fill your days, or you can just sit back and take in the breathtaking scenery and watch the abundant wildlife.

When it comes to outdoor recreation, Flaming Gorge Country may have no equal. From an exciting raft trip to a leisurely scenic drive – the choices are endless. Boating, rafting and fishing are only some of the ways to enjoy our waters.

Hiking, biking and camping reward visitors with an intimate encounter with the splendid backcountry.


Southern Utah is gaining international recognition as a unique travel destination-- no other place on earth is surrounded by so many natural wonders: Incredible destinations such as Lake Powell/Glen Canyon Recreation Area, Bryce, Zion and Grand Canyon North Rim National Parks, as well as the Grand Staircase Escalante and Vermillion Cliffs National Monuments—all within 90 minutes of Kanab. No wonder National Geographic named Kane County as one of the “Ten Best Spring Trips in the world”!  Use Kanab as a hub to enjoy a myriad of recreational opportunities in the area. Unpack just once, while you take in as much of the incredible surroundings of Southern Utah as you wish! We offer a laid-back, relaxing atmosphere, awe-inspiring scenery and some of the friendliest people in the entire world. 

Kanab/Southern Utah Office of Tourism          (800) 733-5263    




  • Eastern Utah

The town of Moab's unique combination of beautiful red rock scenery, Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, and the cool waters of the Colorado River has made it one of the most sought after destinations in the American southwest.

Let Moab be your base camp for world famous mountain biking, hiking, canyoneering, four wheel driving, or river trips of any length and experience level.

For a more relaxing visit grab your camera and enjoy the scenery along Moab's three Scenic Byways and in our national and state parks.


San Rafael Country

  • Central Utah
Welcome to Utah's San Rafael Country (Emery County), home of the San Rafael Swell filled with color and contrast: From majestic snow-capped peaks to desolate desert badlands, from Native American rock art to dinosaur fossils, from sinuous canyon gorges winding a thousand feet below you to awe-inspiring buttes and mesas towering thousands of feet above you.

Utah's Trail County - Sevier County

Sevier County in the heart of South Central Utah is known as Utah’s Trail Country. Located in Trail Country is the world-famous Paiute ATV Trail with over 2,000 miles of off-road adventures. The trail system is considered one of the top off-road motorized trail networks in the world. Richfield is the largest city in central Utah and provides a great basecamp for outdoor recreationists.