Zion National Park Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide
"Zion National Park is probably the most visited place in this area, and while it’s definitely worth a visit, it isn’t the only place worthy of your time. Perhaps it’s just the place everyone thinks they should see when they pass through southwest Utah. In addition to Zion, however, is one of Utah’s finest national parks, Bryce Canyon. Here you’ll find a fairyland of fun, a potpourri offering a remarkable display of fascinating orange, red, and pink hoodoos, and a whole lot more.
In addition to the national parks, campers have access (though in summer only) to the likes of Cedar Breaks National Monument: year-round (though it’s often cold in winter) you can enjoy the great expanse of Utah’s newest national monument, Grand Staircase–Escalante. Visitors to this big (1.7 million acres), awesome place can see time in the making, as they marvel at “stairsteps” leading from one geologic formation to the next."