Utah National Parks in March
Temperatures for Utah in March are generally warmer and nicer for outdoor activities.
Crowds begin increasing for Spring in March.
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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 March.
Permits and Reservations
March mornings and evenings are not as cold, and the daytime temperatures are nice for outdoor activities. The crowds are starting to increase in March.
Utah National Parks Weather in March
Arches National Park in March
Daytime temperatures range from highs near 60 to lows in the mid 30s degrees Fahrenheit when you visit in March.
Temperatures at Canyonlands in March are getting warmer with highs around 64 and lows around 35 degrees Fahrenheit.
Canyonlands in March
Weather at Bryce Canyon in March is cold with temperatures averaging between 44 and 19 degrees Fahrenheit.
Bryce Canyon in March
The weather at Capitol Reef in March is beginning to warm with highs around 55 and lows around 31 in degrees fahrenheit.
Capitol Reef in March
The days and nights are getting warmer this time of year in Zion. Temperatures average between 68 and 36 degrees Fahrenheit from day to night.
Zion National Park in March
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