- Our list of the best things to do in Big Water, Utah, features the top 41 nearby activities — including 24 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Big Water, UT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Tours, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Big Water, UT , followed by 32 popular activities in nearby cities, including Page, Kanab and Marble Canyon
One of the most famous rock formations in the world is The Wave at Coyote Buttes. Permits are required to see the Wave, and a lottery system has been put into place to randomly draw an application for specific time periods on certain days.
The main center of the Paria Outpost & Outfitters features both a restaurant and an on-site bed and breakfast. They also offer a variety of guided tours and shuttles to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Vermillion Cliffs National Monument.
The strange yet beautiful rock structures that are part of the Paria Rimrocks Toadstool Hoodoos are part of the Wahweap Hoodoos Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Photography of the rocks shaped like giant toadstools and hiking through the general area are common.
Recently featured on the Discovery Channel, Skylite Boat Rentals has become a prominent figure in the area for those wishing to spend time on the local waterways. They offer a very wide variety of powerboats and even several jet skis.
Covering an 112,500-acre area, the Paria Canyon Wilderness Area is a popular and scenic location among tourists and local residents alike. Visitors spend time hiking, backpacking, or camping on the picturesque scenery surrounded by red rock formations and natural beauty.
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Located at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, the Wahweap Hoodos are distinctive, possibly unique rock formations that resemble all manner of whimsical things, depending on viewers' interpretations. Some say they look like toadstools, ghosts, or monsters.
The theme of the Big Water Visitor Center is the geology and paleontology of the monument. A topographic relief model of the Big Water region is on display as are authentic dinosaur fossils and a large-scale mural of the Late Cretaceous period.