Hiking, four-wheeling, boating and fishing are just a few activities travelers can participate in while visiting Canyonlands National Park.
More than 337,000 acres
stretch across central-Eastern Utah to create the natural geological structures and ecological cultures that inhabit the land today. President Lyndon Johnson
signed an act that made the land a national park in 1964, and it features previous dwelling from the Paleo-Indian and Archaic people who populated the area around 5,000 B.C.