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Grafton, Utah, Ghost Town. The Grafton Cemetery is a few hundred meters from the town. Grafton is a ghost town, just south of Zion National Park in Washington County, Utah, United States. Said to be the most photographed ghost town in the West

The Grafton Cemetery is a few hundred meters from the town. Grafton is a ghost town, just south of Zion National Park in Washington County, Utah, United States. Said to be the most photographed ghost town in the West

Snow Canyon is one of the primer outdoor destinations near St. George, Utah - between hiking, biking, climbing, and camping, there's something for everyone at this state park! Great alternatives to Utah National Parks.

The Best Outdoor Hidden Gems of St. George, Utah

Planning a trip to Southern Utah? We uncovered seven of the best outdoor hidden gems in St. George including Snow Canyon, Sand Hollow, and Yant Flat!

Ghost Town: Grafton, Utah

Ghost Town: Grafton, Utah

Hike to a slot canyon containing ancient petroglyphs that are thousands of years old in Snow Canyon State Park near St. George, Utah

The Best Outdoor Hidden Gems of St. George, Utah

Hike to a slot canyon containing ancient petroglyphs that are thousands of years old in Snow Canyon State Park near St.

Toquerville falls la verkin,utah

Zion National Park waterfalls A magical swimming hole in the greater Zion National Park area known as Toquerville Falls, LaVerkin Creek, Utah, August 2014 Photo by Drew Allred, St. George News

Grafton Ghost Town- near ZION NP

Grafton Ghost town is just a few miles from Zion National Park and has been well preserved, so it's a fun family adventure for some Utah history.

Abandoned cemetery from the 1800s in the ghost town Grafton, Utah  [2592x1936] [OC]

Abandoned cemetery from the 1800s in the ghost town Grafton, Utah [2592x1936] [OC]

Abandoned cemetery from the in the ghost town Grafton, Utah

Rhyolite is a ghost town in Nye County, in the U.S. state of Nevada. It is located in the Bullfrog Hills, about 120 miles (190 km) northwest of Las Vegas, near the eastern edge of Death Valley. The town used to have 10,000 citizens during the goldrush

Rhyolite, NV 1 of 22 Named for the local silica-rich volcanic rock, this town near Death Valley National Park sprang up in 1905 with the promise of gold—so much promise that a guy named Charles M. Schwab sank a lot of money into the tow

America's Coolest Ghost Towns: St. Elmo, CO

America’s Coolest Ghost Towns

Colorado ghost towns offer stories from the state& Gold Rush past as well as striking Rocky Mountain scenery. Here are some of the most easily accessible ghost towns in Colorado and the coolest ghost towns of America.

El Chalten , Los Glaciers National Park , Patagonia, Argentina

El Chalten , Los Glaciers National Park , Patagonia, Argentina If Yes -click Tried, and comment if it is Worth It. Save this pin to your Destination List !

Zion Canyon, Utah

Watchman Towers ~ Zion Canyon ~ Zion National Park, Utah ~ by Jeffrey Murray

The Narrows, USA The Narrows in Zion National Park provides magnificent scenery throughout its area spread across 26km (16 miles). More than half of this hike takes place in the river which is definitely a unique experience. You may even need to swim in some areas of the river, but don’t worry as it can be completed within a day. You can then dry yourself off at one of the 12 camping grounds throughout the park.

Walking long the Virgin river in Zion National Park - USA definitely want to go back to zion to explore more of the park