Hi, I am wondering which parks are good to visit in between the major national parks. I have found Goblin Valley, and some people say Little Wildhorse. In between Arches and Grand Canyon I have narrowed it down to Natural Bridges and Goosenecks. I cut out Monument Valley because people say that it is not as free to see as other places. I will be visiting the area for 10 days in late March and do not want to have to spend a night at any of these places, just as a way to break up the drives with something interesting. Anything and everything will be be appreciated
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