Utah National Parks in February

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Utah National Parks are some of the best places to visit in Utah, and February is still a good time to avoid crowds and enjoy a more individual experience.

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Some of the National Parks in Utah now have permits to enter or do certain activities, so be sure to check about reservations required in February.

Permits and Reservations

National Parks in Utah provide many different activities during the month of February such as hiking, photography, skiing, snowshoeing or snowmobiling. There are also many scenic drives to explore.

February Activities

Arches National Park in February

The daytime temperatures will range from highs near 50 to lows in the mid 20s degrees Fahrenheit when you visit Arches National Park in February. Temperatures will get colder after the sun goes down.

The temperatures at Canyonlands National Park in February are highs around 52 and lows around 28 degrees Fahrenheit.

Canyonlands in February

The weather at Bryce Canyon in February is cold with temperatures averaging between 38 and 13 degrees Fahrenheit.

Bryce Canyon in February

The weather at Capitol Reef National Park in February is cold with highs around 45 and lows around 23 in degrees fahrenheit.

Capitol Reef in February

The days and nights are definitely cooler this time of year at Zion. Temperatures average between 60 and 34 degrees Fahrenheit.

Zion National Park in February

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