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Utah, the thirteenth largest state in the USA, is an amazing tourist destination for tourists the world over. Surrounded by major attractions in all directions—Colorado on the east, Nevada on the west, Idaho on the north and Arizona on the south—it creates a great charm and attraction for tourists. With asemi-arid to desert climate, it has national parks, valleys, lakes and monuments. The activities commonly practiced here include rock climbing, camping, horseback riding, water skiing, boating, hiking, snowboarding and skiing.  For the accommodation of tourists, various types of vacation home rentals in Utah—villas, cottages, condos, cabins and chalets—are available at affordable prices.

Why Visit Utah?

There are exceptional reasons why tourists should visit Utah. This tourist destination has a rich native heritage and incomparable natural beauty and provides a getaway to tourists for outdoor adventuring and incredible stargazing.

Things to Visit in Utah

Utah did not become the apple of most tourists’ eyes overnight. The natural wonders and other attractions that have increased its popularity all over the world include the following:

Arches National Park: Located outside Moab, this park is one of the most beautiful parks in this state. It accommodates over 2,000 natural stone arches and Delicate Arch is the most famous arch among them. The top attractions located inside it are Sandstone Arch, Broken Arch, the Windows, Balanced Rock, Park Avenue, Double Arch, Fiery Furnace, Delicate Arch and Devil's Garden. Walking trails and hiking are the activities commonly practiced here.

Bonneville Salt Flats: Famous as the fastest race course of the world, this flat land extends to a distance as far as one can see. No vegetation grows on it and most of the time its surface remains hard and rigid. Two popular races—Speed Week and World of Speech—are organized on it. The former is organized in August and the latter in September. Both have maintained record runs.

Canyonlands National Park: As one of the most appealing attractions in Utah, it comprises three sections. The park enables tourists to see amazing vistas over carved canyons and beyond snow-capped mountains. Tourists are advised to visit it during wee hours of the morning or later afternoon when it looks stunning. The White Rim Road is the chief attraction in it, so tourists must have its glimpse. 

Monument Valley: Located near the Arizona border, it is famous for its amazing stone pinnacles and mesas. Inside it, a 17-mile valley drive is also available. Photography is the most enjoyable activity here as it has beautiful sceneries all around. For its depth exploration, guides are available.  Tourists are advised to drive their cars at snail’s pace as it has many curves and sightseeing stops.

Salt Lake City and the Mormon Temple: Erected on the Temple Square, this is nineteenth-century Mormon Temple. The best thing about it is that it can be visited regardless of the season. Here, tourists can see many attractions and do many exciting and pleasurable things. Skiing and winter activities are very popular. The chief attractions that it accommodates are the State Capitol and the Mormon Tabernacle.

Beaches near Utah

Beaches are the best places for tourists to chill out. Those that have a soothing environment and equipped with all the modern amenities include the following:

Lake Powell, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area: This is a very chilling region surrounded by beaches. It boasts all the modern amenities to cater to your needs—dressing rooms, bistros, picnic areas and parking. Swimming, surfing, snorkeling, etc. are some pastimes.

Sand Hollow State Park, Hurricane: Surrounded byred sand beaches, this beautiful lake can be easily accessed by tourists. The activities that they can indulge in are camping, fishing, boating and ATV tours. All in all,they will have a great time to enjoy.

Pineview Reservoir, Huntsville: Nestled in the Ogden Valley, this reservoir has three beaches—Anderson Cove, Middle Inlet and Cemetery Point Beach. All of them are equipped with amenities, such as a campground, picnic area and vaulted toilets.

Bridger Bay Beach, Antelope Island State Park: This Park bears resemblance to a barren wasteland. Here, tourists can spot different species of wildlife. The wild animals which can be spotted here are bison, antelope and deer. Besides, different varieties of birds too can be seen here.

Best Time to Visit Utah

The best time for tourists to visit Utah depends on the location they are heading for. Nevertheless, in terms of weather, peacefulness and activities, the fall is the best time to visit this tourist destination. During this season, the temperature remains warm; crowd levels are low and tourists get to enjoy lots of outdoor recreational activities.

How to Visit Utah?

Both national and international tourists can easily access Utah without much hustle and bustle. The chief airports located here are St. George Regional Airport, Cedar City Regional Airport and Salt Lake City International Airport. The local means of transportation include buses, cars, trains and trams.

Vacation Home Rentals in Utah

Find American Rentals, one of the best Utah vacation rentals by owner, provides no-booking-fee vacation rentals at very affordable prices. It provides its vacation rental services around the clock on a prompt basis, so tourists can contact it at their convenience.