Wild, vast, whimsical, stark, and stunning, Utah is home to diverse landscapes and enticing terrain. Brimming with world-class biking, hiking, and off-road trails, the desert southwest offers unparalleled experiences to willing adventurers. Marvel at the Dr. Suessian hoodoos of Bryce Canyon, the stately formations of Monument Valley, or the sculpted walls of Zion valley. Whatever you choose, with over 65% of the state’s land open to the public, your adventure can be as limitless as your imagination!
From our Moterra hub in the always-evolving metropolis of Salt Lake City, you may find it hard to decide what direction to head first. From March through May, and again in September through November, while the weather is mild and the roads typically free of snow, the playground that is the Beehive State is yours for the exploring – all from the comfort of our luxury Moterra Campervans.
There are thirty-three State Parks, five National Parks, four National Forests, seven National Monuments, two National Historic Sites, two National wildlife refuges and three national recreation areas located in Utah – not to mention the roughly 22.9 million acres of public land managed by the BLM. Click below for a free copy of our Moterra Parks of the Desert Southwest Insider Recommendation List for recommended itineraries and more information to help guide your travels.
Or, take away the guesswork by using our Our Travel Planning Service. Our team of experts can do everything from booking activities and campgrounds, to steering you towards our favorite hidden gems of Utah experiences.
Campgrounds book fast in Utah’s parks, especially in the spring and fall when the weather is the most agreeable. We recommend making campground reservations as far in advance as possible. If some campgrounds fill before you grab a spot, we can provide a number of alternative camping options.