Outdoor enthusiasts consider Utah to be a paradise to visit. Ranging from the beautiful Park City to the historic Temple Square, National Parks to ski resorts and golf courses, the sunny St George to bustling Salt Lake City and the tranquil Lake Powell, Utah has a lot in store for you. Hire a cheap rental car and visit all the fabulous places that the place is famous for.
The Antelope Island is a 75 square mile island of low mountains, grasslands, marshes, and sand dunes in the Great Salt Lake. It exhibits a real sense of remoteness and isolation required for camping. Drive your rentals to the Bryce Canyon National Park to view the incredible red rock formations made up of stunning red sandstones with naturally formed amphitheaters. With its brightly colored spires, the Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Crystal Hot Springs is a fantastic Winter Vacation Spot where you can relax and improve your physical and mental faculties at affordable prices. You can also indulge in adventurous camping at the Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park where you find red sandstones and coral pink-colored sand dunes, spanning a large area.
While in Salt Lake city, steer your rentals to the intersection of 400 West and 100 South in downtown Salt Lake city to include a visit to the planetarium which also includes an IMAX theater or drive your cheap rentals to 496 E. Main, around 175 miles east of Salt Lake City, to reach the magnificent home of dinosaurs display. The Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum lets you touch, feel, hear and explore the world of dinosaurs, whereas the Anasazi State Park Museum in Boulder will give you rich insight into how people lived in America before the arrival of the Europeans.
Riders can tackle the 275 miles long loop trail in the Pauite ATV Trail. This circular trail has many towns and side trails on the way and is considered one of the best in the country. The Little Sahara Recreation Area is another ATV riding trail where you can ride with others on the Sevier Desert of central Utah. The varying terrain and winds make it a challenge for you during the ride.
For the more daring adventurers, you can try your hand at hang gliding and paragliding which is fast becoming one of the popular adventure sports in Utah. Ice skating, skiing, rock and ice climbing, snowboarding, rafting, kayaking and canoeing are other adventure sports that you can try out here.
Texas is home to many monuments and other places of interest. The Hovenweep National Monument in the borders of southeast and southwest Utah is the historic remains of a lost civilization. Spanning a twenty mile area, six Indian communities from the Puebloan era established their presence around the 13th century. The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument encompasses a vast area of multi-hued cliffs, twisting canyons, expansive plateaus and all manner of buttes, pinnacles and mesas. It is an untamed land filled with exhilarating difficult terrain.
If you have kids with you, then they would love to visit the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry. It is an amazing spot with huge fossil deposits dating back to 147 million years ago. There are over 12,000 bones and one fossilized dinosaur egg which belong to at least 70 different species of the Jurassic Era. Geology enthusiasts, families and travel groups will enjoy the Hole‘n the Rock House and Grounds. Located 12 miles south of Moab, this place has a 5,000 square foot home carved completely out of rock. There are also gift shops, trading posts and petting zoos here.