"Traveling - it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller." Ibu Battuta
Traveling isn't always comfortable. It forces you to break the routine. To trust strangers and new places. It forces you to give up control and allow the freedom of discovery to take over. A good trip will stick with you; it will reignite your curiosity and create memories and lessons that will last a lifetime- and our hope is that each guest has the opportunity to do just that.
We understand the amount of time, effort, and money that it takes to travel, which is why we've outlined the local offerings as well as the State and National Parks and their vicinity from Cane Bed Corral.
Explore below and feel free to contact us if you need help planning your adventure.
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 50 min, 43 miles Located in southwestern Utah, this 146,000 acre National Park encompasses some of the most scenic canyon county in the US. With an elevation change of about 5,000 ft, visitors can enjoy a wide array of natural treasures: plateaus, canyons, hundreds of wildflowers & waterfalls. Ideal Season: Spring Popular Hikes: Angels Landing, The Narrows, Observation Point, Lower & Upper Emerald Pools Things to Note: Make sure to reserve a shuttle ticket
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 1 hr 40 min, 87 miles The North Rim offers an exhilarating & serene Grand Canyon experience. Since it's at a higher elevation, more remote & less developed than the South Rim, you'll find fewer tourists! Popular Hikes: Bright Angel Point Trails, Widforss Trail, North Kaibab Trail, Uncle Jim Trail Things to Note: Private tours, mule rides and guided hikes are available for reservation on the park’s website.
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 23 min, 15 miles A quick 20-min drive from Cane Beds Corral will take you to the only major sand dune area in the region! The pink sand contrasts beautifully with the dark cliffs and rosy buttes. Plan to arrive 30 min-an hour before sunset, the contrast of the sky with the deep pinks of the sand is truly indescribable. Ideal Season: Year round, but avoid mid-day hours, the sand gets hot! Things to Note: UTV/ATV & Sand Sled rentals are available
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 1 hr 45 min, 89 miles If you think rocks only come in one color, you will be awestruck by the vibrancy of the world’s largest display of hoodos. Looking down on them from the forested plateau makes you feel like you're on another planet and as you hike down the rim to walk among them, you’ll find yourself mesmerized by the scale of them all. Popular Hikes: Navajo Loop Trail, Queen’s Garden Trail, Sunset Point, Sunrise Point
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 1 hr 18 min, 75 miles Although Vermilion Cliff is home to The Wave, a very popular tourist stop (permit required), this 280,000 acre monument has SO MUCH to explore without the large crowds or waitlists! Keep in mind that there's no visitor center and few paved paths but by doing a little research before hand, you'll be able to experience sandstone arches, sherbert-colored slot canyons and might be lucky enough to see a California condor!
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 23 min, 10 miles Located off the beaten track on the outskirts of Zion National Park, this local 2-mile hike is a great way to see the beauty of the canyons while avoiding the crowds. The ravine contains a permanent stream, flowing through a succession of beautiful cascades, pools and slot-like passageways. The narrows are not very long, separated by wider sections and interrupted by waterfalls, but are still quite spectacular. Ideal Season: Spring-Fall
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 13 minutes, 7 miles A local favorite, Rosy Canyon is a gem located Northeast of Cane Beds that is known for its petroglyphs and rock art. Rosy Canyon is great for art lovers, family hikes or if you’re short on time. Ideal Season: Spring-late Fall Note: If you are interested in archeology, make sure to make it to “Basket Site” to see its ruins and the views over the valley
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 17 minutes, 9 miles Another local favorite, Maxwell Park is a great place for families. Ran by local volunteers, Maxwell Park has recently undergone renovations to its' facilities, making it perfect for family picnics or a relaxing day at the park.
Distance from Cane Beds Corral: 30 minutes, 28 miles It’s easy to forget about the history of the Native Americans who have lived in Arizona and Utah for centuries.The Red Pueblo Museum is dedicated to displaying the area’s rich Native American heritage and although small, the array of centuries-old artifacts are sure to both entertain and educate.
NEED HELP PLANNING YOUR VISIT?
With so much to see in the region, deciding on what to see can get overwhelming! Interested in learning more or need help planning your trip? You can send us an email from our homepage, we'd love to help!