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Capitol Reef National Park with Kids

With less than a million visitors per year (compared to nearby Zion’s 3.6 million visitors), Capitol Reef National Park is a park that tends to lie below many traveler’s radars. The park is certainly not the easiest to get to – it’s 225 miles away from the closest major airport in Salt Lake City – but […]

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Best Campgrounds for Kids – Western States

Camping with kids is a great way to experience the simplicity of nature and enjoy some quality time with each other. These are some of the best campgrounds for kids in the western states to reconnect with nature and with your family.

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Road Trip Week: Utah Road Trip Itinerary for Families

Utah Road Trip Itinerary for Families. Read on for a seven day Utah road trip itinerary for families filled with Trekaroo-recommended dining, attractions.

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Visiting Desert National Parks With Kids: the Best of Utah, Arizona, and California

What images come to mind when you think of the word desert? The beauty and adventure that can be found at desert national parks will blow away any ugly tumbleweeds as they become one of the best places you’ve ever explored.

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Top 10 Things for Families to do in Utah

In Utah, families can experience world class ski resorts, five national parks, an inland ocean, and historical sites which celebrate cultures that persevered in Utah’s rugged desolation. This list of top 10 things for families to do in Utah is in no way ranked in order from least to greatest. Instead, this list is the […]

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National Park Visits In the Off-Season

Off-season national park visits provide two huge benefits: (1) crowd avoidance, and (2) discounted lodging prices. But of course, there are many cons to the off-season. These cons include unpredictable weather, transportation issues, closed trails, limited camping and dining options, kids’ school schedules and missing out on high-season sites or activities.

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