Utah National Parks in July

Utah National Parks are some of the best places to visit in Utah, but July will be HOT! Stay hydrated, eat salty snacks, use sun protection, and limit outdoor activity during the hottest part of the day!

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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 July.

Permits and Reservations in July

Arches National Park in July

If you plan to visit Arches National Park in July you’ll need a timed entry permit to get into the park before 6am or after 5pm.

With highs in the 100s, be sure to protect yourself from the sun and stay hydrated when visiting Canyonlands in July!

Canyonlands in July

Bryce Canyon sunrise photography is spectacular! It’s worth getting up early to see the glow on the hoodoos at sunrise.

Bryce Canyon in July

In July afternoon rain storms are common due to it being summer monsoon season. Stay informed about weather conditions for possible flash flooding.

Capitol Reef in July

The shuttle runs every day at Zion National Park in July – it’s the only way to access Zion Canyon. There are 3 other scenic drives to explore!

Zion National Park in July

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