Bryce Canyon National Park

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Resources

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Touring the Southwest's Grand Circle DVD
America's Natl Parks DVD


Cities & Towns

Bryce, Utah: At the northern edge of the Park

Panguitch, Utah: 25 miles northwest

Cedar City, Utah: 77 miles west

Canonville, Utah: 8 miles east

Tropic, Utah: 11 miles east

Escalante, Utah: 45 miles east

St. George, Utah: 115 miles southwest

Kanab, Utah: 65 miles south

Fredonia, Arizonia: 72 miles south


Parks & Monuments

Zion National Park: 80 miles southwest

Cedar Breaks National Monument: 58 miles west

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument: Abuts the park; 45 miles east to Escalante Visitor Center.

Capitol Reef National Park: 129 miles northeast

Escalante Petrified Forest State Park:47 miles east, outside Escalante

Kodachrome Basin State Park: 15 miles east, south of Canonville

Anasazi Indian Village State Park: 63 miles east, near Boulder

Snow Canyon State Park: 110 miles southwest.

Quail Lake State Park: 105 miles southwest.

Minersville State Park: 87 miles west.

 

Recreation & Wilderness Areas

Dixie National Forest: Surrounds the Park.

Fishlake National Forest: 40 miles north

Historic & Points of Interest

Pioneer Museum (Beaver): 73 miles west

Paunsagunt Wildlife Museum (Panguitch): 26 miles northwest

 

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