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Discover Your Perfect Campsite in Zion National Park

Filled with rust-colored flattop mesas, crumbling river canyons, and enormous fins of Navajo sandstone, Zion National Park has remained an iconic example of Southern Utah’s red rock country for decades. Unfortunately, it’s got the crowds to match. Visitation has nearly doubled since 2010, with over 5 million travelers arriving in 2021 alone. For sunset seekers, dark sky aficionados, and early risers, though, there’s no better place to pitch a tent (and avoid those afternoon mobs) than tucked among the brilliant rock formations inside the park.

As a result, planning ahead has never been more crucial-whether that means making a reservation via the newly-implemented permit system for Angels Landing or booking your campsite six months in advance. Read more…

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