Zion canyon is known for its soaring towers and monoliths and its incredible slot canyons. Hiking possibilities are endless. With nearly three million visitors per year, Zion is Utah's most heavily used park.
Enjoy a performance at the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater, where Ballet West performs most summers with the park providing a beautiful backdrop. Another must see is the Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theater, which shows the epic Kieth Merrill film "Zion Canyon: Treasure of the Gods" on a six story high IMAX screen. While you are in the area be sure and check out these other hot Utah travel spots: Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon, Capitol Reef National Park, Lake Powell National Recreation Area, and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Lodge at nearby Springdale, Las Vegas, Nevada, Panguitch Lake, Duck Creek Village, Cedar City, Brian Head, Kanab, and St. George.
Zion Canyon has all of the amenities, activities, and entertainment options you can imagine. Whether you are looking to stay in an excellent Zion National Park hotel room, hook up your RV, or pitch your tent and light a campfire, Zion National Park welcomes you. The drive through the park is absolutely breathtaking. In Zion Canyon, rock walls tower 2,000 to 3,000 feet (620-930 m) above you. Within the park visitors to Zion can enjoy a picnic at the Zion National Park Lodge and walk along paved Zion National Park hiking trails to popular trailheads. Visitor centers at both Zion Canyon and Kolob Canyon offer ranger guided hikes, naturalist programs, and evening campfire talks.