Zions National Park

24 miles from Settlers Junction RV Park - 30-minute drive
Zion National Park has it all. From red-rock canyons to slot caves, this natural wonderland is a nature lover’s dream come true with its endless beauty and diversity of plant life that will leave you in awe at every turn. The red sandstone cliffs that soar into a brilliant blue sky are unparalleled--and absolutely unforgettable! While homely flowers dotting dry scrublands fill your senses with their sweet fragrance, head down towards waterfalls carved out by rushing rivers filled with intricately braided ropes called Ribbon Canyons - they're worth getting wet for!

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Sometimes people pass through Zion National Park for a scenic drive, but if you want to stay and explore, there is more than enough to see and discover in Zion. This national park is home to some of the most loved canyoneering trails, such as the Subway, Orderville Canyon, Keyhole Canyon, and Pine Creek. Others love Zion for its day hikes with beautiful views, short trails easy for all family members to access, complex rock climbing areas, horseback riding trails, river bank trails, stunning views for photography, and all the possibilities of spotting wildlife.