Dinosaurland and Eastern Utah Travel Guide
Plan Your Dinosaurland and Eastern Utah Vacation
The rugged beauty of Utah's eastern corner, wedged neatly between Wyoming above and Colorado to the east, is the reward for those willing to take the road less traveled. Neither I-80 nor I-70 enters this part of the state, so most visitors who pass through the western United States never even see it. That, of course, is part of its appeal. Small towns, rural attitudes, and a more casual and friendly approach to life are all part of the eastern Utah experience.
Most hotels and motels in eastern Utah are chains, and you can expect clean, comfortable rooms and standard amenities. The... read more
Because the towns in eastern Utah are small, dining options are generally more casual and less innovative than in urban... read more
Things To Do in Dinosaurland and Eastern Utah
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
One great gorge: The most jaw-dropping spot in eastern Utah is the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. The quite cold water... Read more
Few public land controversies tell the tale of the modern environmental movement like the debate over the Echo Park Dam in Dinosaur... Read more
One of the West's most notorious outlaws was born and raised in southern Utah by Mormon parents, and his footprints and legends are... Read more
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