10 Great Places To Go Stargazing In Utah 

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Bryce Canyon National Park - Known for its stunning hoodoos and natural amphitheatre, making it a prime spot for stargazing.

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Arches National Park - With its unique rock formations and wide-open landscapes, Arches National Park offers spectacular stargazing opportunities.

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Cedar Breaks National Monument - This high-elevation area boasts pristine skies and minimal light pollution.

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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park - Unique rock formations and vast, open spaces create an awe-inspiring divine experience.

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Goblin Valley State Park - Noted for its eerie rock formations, Goblin Valley becomes a mesmerizing spot for stargazing at night.

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Great Basin National Park - White Located mostly in Nevada, the western part of this park extends into Utah.

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Natural Bridge National Monument - Designated as the first International Dark Sky Park, Natural Bridge offers some of the darkest skies in the United States.

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Capitol Reef National Park - Capitol Reef's remote location and elevation make it an ideal destination for star-gazers.

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Dead Horse Point State Park - Overlooking the Colorado River, Dead Horse Point Park provides a panoramic view of the night sky.

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