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Kodachrome Basin State Park

I’ve never been here, but it is quite well known, and probably a great alternative for camping near Bryce Canyon National Park and it’s reportedly worth the side trip, in itself.

In poor weather, this is a better route

Read my post on Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument for directions through that monument to Kodachrome. That trip does involve a dirt road. The route in the map above would be better for those in a sedan or in stormy weather. It also passes by Bryce Canyon National Park, so if you are in a hurry, you could stop by that park on the way to Kodachrome, instead of the next day.

The State of Utah has a website with a bit of info on the park. You can actually find more at the wikipedia page. Campsites are reserved at

On to: Bryce Canyon National Park

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