Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
A sweeping expanse of coral-colored sand has been blown into a series of beautiful dunes surrounded by sandstone hills and a cedar and pinion pine forest where you can hike, take photos, ride dune buggies, or just lay in the silky, pink sand.
Anasazi Indian Village State Park
Anasazi Indian Village State Park was believed to have been occupied from A.D. 1050 to 1200 by the Anasazi Indians. Eighty-seven rooms have been painstakingly excavated from the red soil revealing an amazing story of the lives of the Anasazi[the ancient ones], who inhabited this land prior to the Navajo and Hopi, yet who inexplicably disappeared.
Iron Mission State Park
The site of the first iron foundry west of the Mississippi, Iron Mission State Park is now a historical museum, offering a remarkable collection of horse drawn wagons, sleighs, stagecoaches and machinery from that period.
Petrified National Forest State Park
A short hike through a the petrified forest is amply rewarded by the awesome display of primal vegetation as you browse among the richly colored remains of trees petrified by millenniums of time.
Grafton Ghost Town
An early pioneer settlement, Grafton represents one of the true ghosts towns in Southern Utah and was used in the movie "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid".
Parowan Gap Petroglyphs
A dramatic display of ancient art chipped from this sandstone passage way by the Indians as they traversed this land for hundreds of years.
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