Travel & Tourism Resources
Tourists interested in visiting Utah are invited to visit the Office of Tourism's official consumer web site. You can get information on our national parks, skiing/snowboarding, white-water rafting, hiking, biking, and special events.
The mission of the Office of Tourism is to "make Utah a better place to live by improving the economic contribution of tourism." The Office of Tourism offers a number of programs to assist Utah's tourism industry: cooperative marketing and advertising, research and planning, publications, information services, travel trade development, media relations, and interagency projects.
Whether you call it history, festivals, or events, there's plenty to do in Utah!
The Utah Office of Tourism can help. Fill out the online form and have the Utah Travel Guide, the Ski Utah Winter Vacation Planner, and a Utah state map sent directly to you.
Related Travel Links
The diversity of Canyonlands, the largest national park in the state, confounds the imagination. Thousand-foot views down into river canyons or up to red rock spires are truly awe inspiring. Visitors may explore the park by driving a passenger car on paved roads, by traveling the network of four-wheel drive roads found throughout the park, or by using more "old-fashioned" methods like hiking and biking.
Utah's 45 state parks are a combination of heritage, scenic and recreation parks. You can camp, boat, swim, fish, picnic, visit interpretive areas, golf, hike, bike, ride off-highway vehicles, or just relax with family and friends. Discover what's new and see what programs are being offered in the parks.
The Utah Division of Indian Affairs offers an interesting and educational site that includes Native American events, history, and resources.
Select from the best lodging, dining, and transportation options available; plan sightseeing, cultural, and recreational activities; enjoy a sneak preview photo tour; or simply learn more about our beautiful capitol city.
Recreation.gov is a user-friendly, web-based recreation resource offering a single point of access to recreational opportunities nationwide. It offers a simple, consistent description of publicly-managed recreation sites. Recreation.gov is a fast way to find recreation areas that meet your needs, and it links you to websites with more-detailed information about individual facilities.
Searchable by area and activity, City Search is an excellent source of information on state and local events.
Link to the Utah Transit Authority.
Check the local or statewide forecast.