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Kodachrome Basin State Park

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Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah

With a name like this, it's no surprise that photographers and explorers alike are going to be blown away by the stunning colors and scenery at Kodachrome Basin State Park. You’ll stand in awe of the Read more...
With a name like this, it's no surprise that photographers and explorers alike are going to be blown away by the stunning colors and scenery at Kodachrome Basin State Park. You’ll stand in awe of the blazing reds, pinks, creams, and greens that cover the monolithic spires at the park, totally understanding why it was named after the popular color film. With a bright blue sky as the backdrop, you’ll delight in trekking down the trails by foot, bike, or horseback. There’s even Grosvenor Arch down the road, so soaking in the Utah landscape is easy peasy here. Canyoneering is incredible in this area (we recommend hiring a guide). When the park is blanketed in snow, snowmobilers and hikers will revel in the quiet landscape, and not even the campgrounds at Kodachrome can escape these giant, beautiful red pipes. Go digital or pick up a roll of the film that made this park famous, and get to Kodachrome—it's dying to be photographed and explored.
Kodachrome Basin Campground
Sarah: Fantastic staff and fabulous showers! A bit off the main path, but oh-so-worth it.
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