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10 Days In April For 5 National Parks in UT-- Suggestions Please

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Loonlake   

We have ten days to travel through the five National Parks in southern Utah in late April.  We would welcome suggestion for an itinerary, big rig campgrounds, preferred routes, weather warnings, not-to-be-missed attractions and any other information you can provide.  I'm new to this forum, so perhaps this question has been asked and answered before?

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Zion for sure. Watchman Campground at western entrance is one of the few national park cg's that has electric hook up(30A)

From there you can do day trip to Bryce or spend several days there.

Depending on size of your Rig, might want to avoid the tunnel in between.

Arches another good stop.

Also look to get over to Monument Valley in the southeastern corner of UT. Goulding Campground a good possibility. 

Zion

Goulding

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Zion

 

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Goulding CG overlooking Valley

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Monument Valley

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manholt   

Loonlake.  Welcome to the Forum!

For future answers please list your Make, Model, length, year and gas/diesel coach in your signature. 

Can't add more to John's answer....great pics!

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