Kodachrome Basin State Park Information
Named for a new Kodak film upon its creation, Kodachrome Basin State Park is home to beautifully exquisite sandstone hills and mysterious sand pipe formations. All of its unique and beautiful features are bathed in bold rusty colors. It’s a must-see stop along the dramatically scenic Highway 12 in southern Utah. The park has a number of hiking trails in the area, including the Panorama Trail and Angel’s Palace Trail, both featured here. It’s also located near some of southern Utah’s most exciting features, including Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The park also contains a well-maintained campground for people who might want to stay longer upon seeing it. It makes for a great place to explore, as well as a perfect base camp for the region.