7 American Southwest Roadtrip Stops
Valley of Fire State Park - the largest & oldest state park in Nevada
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Check out the 40,000 acres of Red Aztec sandstone & 2,000 year old petroglyphs
The entrance fee is $10 per vehicle and you can also camp within the park
Seven Magic Mountains - an art installation located right outside Las Vegas
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Visit early to avoid crowds, and admission is free!
Mystic Hot Springs - this relaxing getaway spot is 4 hours away from Las Vegas
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Reserve ahead of time a 2 hour soaking pass for only $25. Don’t forget your flip flops!
Zion National Park - you can horseback ride instead of hiking for a unique way to explore the park
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You can reserve either a 1 or 3 hour horseback ride, and it is seasonal between March and October
Bryce Canyon - known for its brightly colored hoodoos, Bryce Canyon is a natural wonder
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Try the 3 mile Navajo Loop hike to see all of the major viewpoints in the park
Arches National Park - located in Moab, this park deserves 2 days at least to explore
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Highlights incl. driving through Devil’s Garden, hiking to Delicate Arch, and visiting Balanced Rock
Do the majority of your exploring in the early morning or late afternoon to avoid high temperatures
Coral Pink Sand Dunes - rent ATVs or sand sleds to explore this unique state park
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Entrance fee is $10 per vehicle, and you can reserve a campsite for less than $40