Grand Circle Tour

Grand Circle Adventure Tour with RV Rental

Start your an unforgettable journey through some of America’s most breathtaking landscapes with a Grand Circle Tour from RV or motorhome rental. This epic road trip will take you through six iconic national parks, each offering its own unique blend of natural wonders and outdoor adventures. Starting from the vibrant city of Las Vegas and ending at the serene destination of Salt Lake City, this itinerary promises awe-inspiring vistas, thrilling hikes, and unforgettable memories. Grand Circle Rv/motorhome rental tour will take 15 to 17 days from Las Vegas to Las Vegas or Las Vegas to Salt Lake City for drop-off.

Best time to visit Grand Circle: Spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) are generally considered the best times to visit the Grand Circle due to milder weather and fewer crowds. These seasons offer a balance between comfortable temperatures and manageable visitor numbers. Consider your preferences for weather, outdoor activities, and crowd levels when planning your visit. Each season offers unique experiences, so choose the time that aligns best with your interests.

Day 1: Las Vegas to Grand Canyon National Park

Begin your adventure by picking up your RV rental in Las Vegas. After stocking up on supplies, hit the road towards Grand Canyon National Park. As you approach the park, the landscape transforms into a dramatic panorama of deep gorges and towering cliffs. Set up camp at one of the park’s campgrounds and spend the evening marveling at the sunset over the canyon rim.

The Grand Canyon tour

Day 2-3: Exploring Grand Canyon National Park

Spend the next couple of days exploring the Grand Canyon’s wonders. Hike along the rim trails for breathtaking views, or venture below the rim for a more immersive experience. Don’t miss the opportunity to catch sunrise or sunset at popular viewpoints like Mather Point or Hopi Point.

Day 4: Grand Canyon to Zion National Park

Bid farewell to the Grand Canyon as you head towards Zion National Park. The drive takes you through stunning landscapes, including the Vermilion Cliffs and the Virgin River Gorge. Upon arrival, set up camp and prepare for days filled with hiking amidst towering sandstone cliffs, including iconic trails like Angels Landing and The Narrows.

Day 5-6: Discovering Zion National Park

Zion offers a myriad of outdoor activities, from leisurely strolls along the Virgin River to challenging hikes through narrow slot canyons. Be sure to explore Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, which offers access to many of the park’s most popular trails and viewpoints.

Day 7: Zion to Bryce Canyon National Park

Hit the road once again and make your way to Bryce Canyon National Park. Known for its unique hoodoo formations, Bryce Canyon is a photographer’s paradise. Set up camp and spend the evening stargazing under some of the darkest skies in the country.

Day 8-9: Marveling at Bryce Canyon

Spend the next couple of days exploring the otherworldly landscape of Bryce Canyon. Hike along the rim trails for sweeping vistas of the amphitheaters below, or venture into the canyon on trails like the Navajo Loop and Queens Garden.

Brown Rocky Mountain

Day 10: Bryce Canyon to Capitol Reef National Park

Continue your journey eastward towards Capitol Reef National Park. En route, stop by the charming town of Torrey for supplies and fuel. Once in Capitol Reef, set up camp amidst the park’s stunning red rock formations and orchards.

Day 11-12: Immersing Yourself in Capitol Reef

Capitol Reef offers a more off-the-beaten-path experience compared to its more popular neighbors. Explore the park’s scenic drives, hike through narrow canyons, or marvel at ancient petroglyphs. Don’t forget to sample some fresh fruit from the park’s historic orchards.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Day 13: Capitol Reef to Arches National Park

As you journey towards Arches National Park, prepare to be greeted by an otherworldly landscape of towering arches and sandstone fins. Set up camp just outside the park and spend the evening admiring the stars above.

Day 14-15: Exploring Arches National Park<

Spend your final days of the trip exploring the iconic arches and rock formations of Arches National Park. Hike to Delicate Arch for a quintessential Utah experience, or explore lesser-known areas like the Devil’s Garden and Fiery Furnace.

Day 16: Arches to Canyonlands National Park

Conclude your Grand Circle Tour with a visit to Canyonlands National Park, where the mighty Colorado and Green Rivers have carved out a labyrinth of canyons and mesas. Set up camp within the park and spend your final evening reflecting on the incredible journey you’ve undertaken.

Day 17: Departure to Salt Lake City

As your adventure comes to an end, make the scenic drive to Salt Lake City to drop off your RV rental. Take some time to explore the city’s cultural attractions and perhaps indulge in a celebratory meal before bidding farewell to the open road.

A Grand Circle Tour from RV or motorhome rental is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that allows you to immerse yourself in the natural wonders of the American Southwest. From the awe-inspiring vistas of the Grand Canyon to the iconic arches of Arches National Park, this itinerary promises an unforgettable journey through some of the country’s most spectacular landscapes. So pack your bags, hit the road, and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime!