Utah - Canyonlands National Park
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The best campervan rentals near Canyonlands National Park, UT

A campervan is a great way to see the many wonders of Canyonlands National Park. The park features a dramatic desert landscape carved by the Colorado River, remote canyons with Native American rock art, and Cataract Canyon's whitewater rapids flowing through it.

The park has hundreds of miles of hiking trails to explore, with options for day hikes or backpacking trips. Island in the Sky and The Needles offer natural formations and cultural history you can discover on a short walk through either area. Perfect for a campervan rental trip adventure.

If you're looking for a long, challenging hike in The Needles that's more remote than the typical Big Spring to Squaw Canyon route, then consider hiking into The Maze. If it doesn't seem like enough of an undertaking already, starting from Green River (Utah) will make this trip 2 and half hours longer- making your journey even tougher!

Rent a campervan and discover Horseshoe Canyon, home to the Great Gallery, a well-preserved panel of life-sized figures with intricate designs, and one of North America's most significant rock art. In addition, spring wildflowers bloom along its creek bottom while walls hundreds of feet high stand tall at the canyon edge.

Canyonlands National Park Fun Facts

At 7,120 feet Cathedral Point in the Needles District is the highest point in the park.

Leaving behind beautiful rock art that can be still seen today, 10.000 years ago. the first people lived in Canyonlands.

Dividing the park into four sections, the Colorado River and the Green River flow through the Canyonlands.

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