The Colorado Plateau, the Mojave Desert, and the Great Basin meet at this magnificent sandstone wonder.
It features a unique natural setting unmatched anywhere else on Earth.
With more hoodoos than any other place on Earth, this national park is more appropriately described as a hoodoo heaven.
It is the ideal location for a day or two of driving around and sightseeing.
The Waterpocket Fold, a geological wonder, offers a rough oasis of red granite arches, high cliffs, and incredible bridges.
The "Grand Staircase," a distinctive geological formation made up of plateaus, cliffs, and terraces that stretches from southern Utah to northern Arizona, is protected by the park.
This area, which is in southern Utah, was formerly home to indigenous civilizations and is rich in historical artifacts and important ceremony locations.