With it’s fabulous landscape, national and state parks, nature wonders, historic sites Utah offers dream vacation, so rent a camper and hit the road....
Utah is situated in the western region of the United States.
With it’s fantastic landscape the state offers many opportunities for great outdoor adventures and obviously nice vacation.
Apart from typical tourist attractions, this state offers many national parks, numerous state parks, 7 national monuments, 2 national recreation areas, 1 national historic site, and a myriad of cultural opportunities.
National parks in Utah are outstanding attractions, each characterized with unique features, showing off the beauty of the state. Among the most popular national parks are Bryce Canyon National Park, Arches National Park, Zion National Park, Canyon Lands National Park.
Bryce Canyon is an amazingly attractive place ideal for those who are outdoor enthusiasts. The park offers a one-of-a-kind hiking experience. The majestic series of amphitheaters and bowls filled with massive pillars of stones eroded into odd shapes called hoodoos.
Arches National Park is another great attraction worth visiting. Over 2,000 natural stone arches will surely amaze even the most demanding visitors. The travel through Utah will not be complete without seeing Zion National Park known as Utah's first National Park. Visitors will experience here the magical adventure by exploring cliffs, rocks, and caves.
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Canyon Land National Park is divided into distinct districts: River, Island in the Sky, Needles, and Maze. Each of these districts is unique thanks to fascinating scenery.
Regarding state parks – the Antelope Island State Park and Wasatch Mountain State Park are maybe the most popular. The Wasatch Mountain State Park has two excellent 36-hole golf courses making it the paradise for gold aficionados. During winter months, the park offers cross-country skiing, tubing, and snowshoeing. Antelope Island State Park is the largest island in the Great Salt Lake. The park offers the most stunning views and is the home to free-roaming bison, bighorn sheep, deer, pronghorn antelope, and many different birds.
One of the most visited places in Utah is Salt Lake City where tourists have the opportunity to visit zoos and gardens, the Natural History Museum and the Olympic venues. Located in the lovely downtown area of Salt Lake City, Temple Square is a wonderful combination of history, art, and culture. In the northeast part of the state, the Dinosaur National Monument shelters more than 2,000 dinosaur bones, which are exposed in a 200-foot long sandstone wall.
It is very difficult to name some of the most popular and the most interesting attractions in Utah because it has a great amount of them. If you decide to visit the state, the perfect way would be to rent a camper and travel around. Here are some of well known camper rental companies.
Utah Camper Rentals is specialized in renting recreational vehicles that are bumper pulled behind midsized vehicles and pick-ups. The company is located in Draper, Utah and has pop up tent trailers, camper trailers, and toy haulers. Rental rates for pop up tent trailers start from $195; travel trailers can be rented for $230 and toy haulers for $315. Minimum rental period is three days for all units.
Utah Camper Rentals
14375 Minuteman Drive
Draper, UT 84020
Utah RV Rentals has been in the business since 1984. They started operation with only one pop up tent trailer and has grown into a company with a fleet consisting of 50 units. Their rental offer includes motor homes, which sleeps up to 9 people, travel trailers with sleeping capacity up to 7 people, tent trailers (small and light but fully equipped), and toy haulers which have space for your toy and still having comfortable sleeping quarters for 6 to 9 people.
Utah RV Rentals
2788 West 7800 South
West Jordan, Utah 84088
Nielson RV offers quality units for rent at low prices. They provide RV rentals that include Class A, and Class C motor homes, toy haulers and travel trailers. Rates for travel trailers are from $840 weekly, for Class A $1895 weekly, for Class C $1495, and for toy haulers $980 a week.
1210 West State Street
Hurricane, UT 84737
There are many other things to see and do including the Navajo Indian Reservation, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, and Zion National Park.
There are also museums, shopping, art galleries and more.
Pack up your rental mobile home and head for one of the several national parks in the area.
Since you will probably want to spend at least in Utah, you are likely to get at least a 10-15% discount on your RV rental.
Most companies give these discounts. They usually give a larger discount the longer your rental contract.
Ask for your Good Sam Club member discount, before you sign a
rental contract. In addition to the RV discount the club offers a great
roadside assistance program and a campground rental discount.
The club has other benefits which are of use to those RV’ers who own their motor homes.
If winter sports are your thing, you can get off-season discount camper RV rental Utah. Since fewer people rent mobile homes at this time dealers often offer huge discounts to attract business.
Tow your car behind the motor home so you will be able to get around town.
A discount camper RV rental Utah motor coach will allow you to explore all that the state has to offer.
When you get a discount RV rental in Alaska (California, Florida) or any other state, you will find that the people in recreational vehicles, pop-up campers and motor homes are helpful and friendly with newbies.
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