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Call or email Kane County staff for the southern Utah vacation guide. Email or call the travel council for more Information for your Zion National Park vacation plans or see our detailed Vacation Tour.


Director Ken Gotzen-Berg
Kane County Office of Tourism & Film Commission
78 South 100 East, Kanab, UT 84741

Visit Kane County's Official Website for maps and information on destinations and local events such as the Western Legends Round-up, the Greyhound Gathering, Labor Day activities, the Amazing Earthfest, Best Friends Animal Society going-on's and a detailed calendar of events happening in the county and around us.  Learn about movies that were made here and movies in the works. See the historic movie sets and see why Kane County's Kanab is called Little Hollywood.  Join some of the activities, learn about the towns, take a virtual tour, see what there is for kids, and check out the dining and the variety of room options around the county.

Kane County is the hub of the parks, central to Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, North Rim Grand Canyon, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell).  Kane County is a wonderland of adventure with activities and recreation galore.  Besides Utah's National Park there are many State Parks including Kodachrome Basin State Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Pipe Springs National Monument, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

In Kane County, Utah experience breathtaking land where exciting vacations take place year-round.  Visit some of the most unique and marvelous National Parks and National Monuments in the United States.  See untamed wilderness, spectacular canyons and awe-inspiring vistas.  Travel the scenic byways of Kane County, which is heralded as one of the most incredible places on the planet. Visit Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, Grand Canyon and the wonderful monuments of northern Arizona and southern Utah!

Visit 2 of the USA's most popular National Parks on your Southern Utah visit!

In 2011:
• Grand Canyon National Park had the 2nd most visitors of any National Park in the USA

• Zion National Park was ranked 7th most visited.

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