Utah National Parks


Arches NP
Park brochure for Arches NP
Park Map
Synopsis: Geological park of natural arches in various development stages as well as other rock formations.
Stamp Location: Visitor Center right off US 191, just after entrance station north of Moab.
Park stamp for Arches NP
Bryce Canyon NP
Park brochure for Bryce Canyon NP
Park Map
Synopsis: Geological park of most unusual nature. Horseshoe shaped amphitheaters with thousands of standing colorful rocks called hoodoos.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is located 3 miles from SR 12 on SR 63.
Park stamp for Bryce Canyon NP
California NHT
Park brochure not obtained yet
Park Map
Synopsis: Trail covers historic route of the largest land migration in the nations history.
Stamp Location: Site in Utah with the stamp: the National Trails System Office 324 So State St, Suite 250 in Salt Lake City. See also Idaho, California, Wyoming, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska for additional stamp locations.
Park stamp for California NHT
Canyonlands NP
Park brochure for Canyonlands NP
Park Map
Synopsis: Geological park of numerous canyons and massive rock formations. Be sure to visit the Needles district and enjoy the ride in.
Stamp Location: The Island in the Sky visitor center is located 32 miles north of Moab on SR 313 off US 191 and the Needles Visitor Center is located 49 miles west of Monticello on SR 211 off US 191. Stamp is also available for the Maze District at the Hans Flat ranger station 46 miles east of SR 24 and at the Southeast Utah Group Administrative Offices on US 191 3 mi. south of Moab.
Park stamp for Canyonlands NP
Capital Reef NP
Park brochure for Capital Reef NP
Park Map
Synopsis: Geological park protecting 100 mile long colorful rift in earth’s crust.
Stamp Location: Visitor center located 11 miles east of Torrey on SR 24.
Park stamp for Capital Reef NP
Cedar Breaks NM
Park brochure for Cedar Breaks NM Synopsis: Geological park much like Bryce Canyon (perhaps even a little more colorful), except the rim is above 10,000′ in elevation, making it rare for such a formation. The area is surrounded by an alpine environment.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is located jus off SR 14 on SR 148 ouside of Cedar City, and is open June – mid-October only. Winter information can be obtained at the Kolob Canyons Visitor Center in Zion Canyon NP.
Park stamp for Cedar Breaks NM
Dinosaur NM
Park brochure for Dinosaur NM
Park Map
Synopsis: The only site in the park system to protect a historic dinosaur quary also protects the last free flowing river in Colorado (the Yampa).
Stamp Location: Visitor center off SR 149 (off US 40 near Jensen) at the Dinosaur Quary (the only place to see fossils). See also Colorado for additional stamp locations.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Glen Canyon NRA
Park brochure for Glen Canyon NRA
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Synopsis: Scenic water and backcountry area of southern Utah that helped give rise to the modern environmental movement.
Stamp Location: Known locations are the Bull Frog VC where SR 276 meets the lake (actually, its on top of a hill over looking the lake an marina), the Interagency VC in Escalante and the ranger station in Hite. At the Halls Crossing Ranger Station (on the southside of the lake on SR 276) & the Dangling Rope Marina (& Ranger Station which is only accessable by water), you should be able to get your book stamped if the ranger contact stations are open, however staffing at these locations are seasonal and intermittent. See the official site for more information. See also Arizona for additional stamp locations.
Park stamp for Glen Canyon NRA
Golden Spike NHS
Park brochure for Golden Spike NHS
Park Map
Synopsis: Park preserves site of the first meeting place of the east and west railroads, creating a transcontinental passage. Re-enactments and other programs are offered as well. Its even possible to drive on a portion of the original rail bed, though a 4×4 is recomended.
Stamp Location: Park visitor center, located off SR 83, 32 miles west of Brigham City and I-15.
Park stamp for Golden Spike NHS
Hovenweep NM
Park brochure for Hovenweep NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Park protects five prehistoric, Puebloan-era villages spread over a twenty-mile expanse of mesa tops and canyons along the Utah-Colorado border.
Stamp Location: The parks visitor center is accessible from White Mesa (south of Blanding) on Highway 262. See also Colorado for an alternative approach.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Mormon Pioneer NHT
Park brochure for Mormon Pioneer NHT Synopsis: Over 70,000 Mormons led by Brigham Young travelled this route from Illinois to the Salt Lake Valley.
Stamp Location: The stamp is available in Wyoming at the National Trails System Office 324 So State St, Suite 250 in Salt Lake City. See also Nebraska, Wyoming and Iowa for additional locations.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Natural Bridges NM
Park brochure for Natural Bridges NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Park preserves three natural bridges carves by water out of stone. Its the oldest NPS site in Utah.
Stamp Location: Stamp may be obtained in the visitor center located along SR 27 before the one way loop to look at the bridges near Blanding.
Park stamp for Natural Bridges NM
Oregon NHT
Park brochure for Oregon NHT Synopsis: Preserves and interprets historic path of emigrants to Oregon and the Northwest.
Stamp Location: Site in Utah with the stamp: the National Trails System Office 324 So State St, Suite 250 in Salt Lake City. See also Idaho, Washington, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Missouri for additional stamp locations.
Park stamp for Oregon NHT
Pony Express NHT
Park brochure not obtained yet
Park Map
Synopsis: Trail was used by young men on fast paced horses to carry the nation’s mail across the country, from St. Joseph, MO to Sacramento, CA in the unprecedented time of only ten days.
Stamp Location: Site in Utah with the stamp: the National Trails System Office 324 So State St, Suite 250 in Salt Lake City. See also Nebraska, Missouri for additional stamp locations.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Rainbow Bridge NM
Park brochure for Rainbow Bridge NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Park protects the largest natural bridge in the world.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available at the Bull Frog VC where SR 276 meets the lake (actually, its on top of a hill over looking the lake an marina), The Hite Ranger Station and the Interagency VC in Escalante. Bridge is only accessable via boat or a 13 mile hike. See this page for information about boat tours. See also Arizona for an additional stamp location.
Park stamp for Rainbow Bridge NM
Timpanogos Cave NM
Park brochure for Timpanogos Cave NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Park preserves cave high in the Wasatch Mountains. Park is situated in rugged, steep canyon. Very scenic.Note: Actually visiting the cave requires a 1.5 mile hike that gains over 1,000′ in elevation
Stamp Location: The stamp is at the visitor center at the base of the mountain right off SR 92 east of American Fork.
Park stamp for Timpanogos Cave NM
Zion NP
Park brochure for Zion NP
Park Map
Synopsis: Park protects spectacular cliff-and-canyon landscape and wilderness full of the unexpected including the world’s largest arch, Kolob Arch. Like Yosemite in color.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available in the main visitor center just inside the park north of Springdale on SR 9 and at the Kolob Canyons VC, exit 40 off I-15.
Park stamp for Zion NP