Utah National Parks Weather in June

June is a great time to explore the incredible national parks in Utah. It’s all about the Utah National Parks weather when deciding the best time of year to plan your vacation.

This article details the Utah National Parks weather in June to help you know specifically the weather and temperatures to expect during this month at all five parks!

June weather at Utah National Parks

It’s important to know the expected temperatures, weather, services available, things to do, what to pack, and where to stay at Utah National Parks in June.

We’re pretty lucky to be just a short drive away from all of Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks. And guess what? We’ve visited them in all four seasons! All the cool info and tips we’re sharing about the June weather at these Utah National Parks is taken from our own adventures over the years!

Use our Packing list for Utah National Parks to make sure you have the right clothing and gear for visiting in June! Grab your free printable packing checklist by clicking the image below!

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Packing List for June at Utah National Parks

In June it’s important to stay hydrated and use sun protection since the Utah National Parks are in a desert environment.

Due to Utah’s dry heat you’ll also want lip balm and lotion!

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A Photo Tour of Utah National Parks

Take a visual tour through all five Utah National Parks to see the stunning landscapes you’ll see when you visit!

Visiting Utah National Parks in June

The national parks are must-see places to visit in Utah! You’ll find fun things to see, do, and photograph at all five parks.

It’s peak season at all five Utah National Parks in June so be prepared for crowds. We recommend visiting the parks early in the day or later in the afternoon to avoid the crowds and heat.

Check to see if any of the parks require a ticket to enter the park or participate in any activity! You’ll need an Arches National Park Timed Entry ticket and for hiking in Zion, an Angel’s Landing hiking permit in June!

Use these resources to plan your Utah National Park vacation at all five locations:

Utah National Parks Weather in June

June is a popular month to visit Utah National Parks. Here’s the weather you can expect at each of the 5 parks in the month of June.

Balanced Rock at sunset
Balanced Rock at sunset

Arches National Park Weather in June

Here’s what you can expect when visiting Arches National Park in June:

The Arches National Park weather is starting to really warm up in June with highs in the 90s and lows near 60 degrees F.

Since you won’t find many shady spots at Arches, we recommend you plan outdoor activities in the cooler mornings and evenings. Enjoy scenic drives in your car with the AC running, or the hotel swimming pool during the heat of the day.

Here’s a list of the fun things you can do at Arches in June:

Natural Bridge
Natural Bridge

Bryce Canyon Weather In June

Due to the high elevation, Bryce Canyon National Park weather and temperatures are cooler there than the other Utah National Parks. In June expect highs near 74 and lows near 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

There are so many things to do at Bryce Canyon National Park in June like hiking, biking, horseback riding and more.

Sunset at Green River Overlook Canyonlands
Sunset at Green River Overlook Canyonlands

Canyonlands Weather In June

Visiting Canyonlands National Park in June is a popular time for people to visit so expect crowds! To avoid the crowds, heat and intense sun, you should plan your outdoor activities in the morning and late afternoons.

The Canyonlands National Park weather in June means highs in the 90s and lows in the 60s degrees F.

You’ll find a variety of things to do at Canyonlands in June:

Capitol Reef scenic drive
Capitol Reef scenic drive

Capitol Reef Weather In June

The Capitol Reef National Park weather in June means highs near 85 and lows near 56 degrees Fahrenheit. Since the mornings and evenings will still be cool, we recommend a fleece jacket for layering.

From hiking trails and canyons to historic sites and scenic drives, there is something for everyone in Capitol Reef in June:

Subway hike at Zion
The Subway hike at Zion

Zion National Park Weather In June

The Zion National Park shuttle buses are running in June which means Zion Canyon scenic drive is closed to private vehicles during the shuttle season. 

There might be limited parking at Zion National Park in the town of Springdale so plan to start your day early to get a parking spot in town and a spot on the shuttle.

Zion National Park weather is starting to really heat ups with highs around 95 and lows around 63 degrees F.

Here’s a list of activities you can do at Zion National Park in June:

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