Hi, I am looking at what smaller parks and monuments there are in between all of the national parks. I was interested in Goblin Valley and a few people said Little Wildhorse. Between Arches and Grand Canyon I am deciding between Natural Bridges and Goosenecks. I cut out Monument Valley because it was very small and the same views are visible from the road. I do not want to have to spend an extra night, just something to take a break from while driving. I will be going in the end of March for 10 nights. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated, Thanks.
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