National parks are open year round and in the winter months you’ll find fewer crowds, mild temperatures at some of the southern parks, and scenic drives that look completely different than other times of the year.
Temperatures in Utah can dip below freezing in the winter, but you will be rewarded with truly breathtaking views in Arches during the winter months.
Visit during the winter months to enjoy daytime temperatures in the 60s or even 70s.
Death Valley National Park brims with life and there’s no better time in the year to experience the desert magic than winter.
Once you arrive at the park you can explore the historic Civil War fort, Fort Jefferson, play in the sand, or snorkel right off the beach. This is one national park that’s perfect to visit year round!
If you visit during the winter season you’ll have a chance to explore some of the most popular hiking trails without the hoards of visitors everywhere.
In winter you’ll enjoy temperatures in the mid-60s, fewer crowds, and abundant sunshine.
This indoor-outdoor museum is a combination of a zoo, aquarium and science center and kids are sure to love it.