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Utah is home to five national parks, each unique in its landscape and topography and all worth a visit for avid hikers, stargazers, and scenic drive traversers. Finding comfortable and convenient lodging adjacent to national parks often proves to be challenging, so here we’ve identified the best places to stay near each of Utah’s national parks.
Zion National Park
Zion National Park Lodge
Where better to stay in Zion than inside the park itself? The historic Zion National Park Lodge lets you hike from right outside the door on the Emerald Pools Trail, and then relax on your balcony for a post-jaunt beer overlooking the park and maybe even the very trail you just trekked. The lodge is open year-round and offers special winter rates and packages for groups. Accommodations include historic cabins with two double beds, a full bath, a gas log fireplace, a private porch, and smaller hotel rooms with a