Things to Do in Red Rock Country (Thanks to Your RV Rental)

If you’ve reserved an RV rental in Red Rock Country, you know that you are about to embark on a journey to one of the most scenic vacation spots in the United States.

In such a huge national park, you need to know ahead of time what it is that you want to do in order to fit everything in. Here is your list of things to do to get the most out of your trip to Red Rock Country in your RV rental.

Scenic Hiking Trails

It’s not a trip to Red Rock Country without a hike or two. Whether you want an easy, quick hike like Weeping Rocks or if you want a more strenuous one like The Narrows, you can’t go wrong making a day-trip out of these trails.

The Virgin River

Venture out of your RV rental to spend the day floating down the Virgin River. It’s a great, relaxing way to enjoy the sights the Grand Circle has. Sure, you can sit out by the river for a peaceful retreat as well, but most tourists love to float down the river in tubes. It’s definitely something you don’t want to miss out doing.

Sightseeing Shuttle Bus Tours

Seasonal shuttle bus tours allow tourists to visit areas of the national park in southern Utah that are normally blocked off to keep traffic down. See some of Zion’s best views on these stress-free, no-hassle tours. Note that these tours are seasonal, meaning you are not able to go on them other than the months of April to October.

Zion RV Rentals

If you want more time to do all the things you want in Red Rock Country, make sure you rent from Zion Trailer Rentals. We want you to enjoy your vacation as long as you can, so we deliver and set up your RV rental to your designated campground. This way, you get to spend more time doing the important things like hiking, floating down the Virgin River and sightseeing and less time stressing over setting up your trailer.

Call 435-275-4470 or email info@ziontrailerrentals.com to set up your reservation for affordable RV rentals in Red Rock Country.

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