Survey: The Most Expensive Summer Destinations In Utah

One thing is for certain: We have a Bea-UTAH-ful state! One can get lost for the entire Summer exploring our great Beehive state. What's ironic is for how long I have been living here, I still haven't even seen Zion National Park, Bryce and others. recently conducted a survey that included 20 Summer destination spots. Which were the most expensive and which were most affordable?

The methodology according to It was based on 20 destinations and the number travelers. Then they considered average price for the cheapest available double room for the time period spanning August 1-31, 2021 in each city. Only centrally located hotels or inns rated at least 3 stars were considered. Rates were established in end-July based on research conducted on the hotel comparison website Kayak. They are ranked Have a look at the list below and read more of their article HERE.

  1. Moab $173
  2. Springdale $170
  3. Midway $155
  4. Park City $126
  5. Provo $125
  6. Monticello $124
  7. Green River $114
  8. Lehi $114
  9. Torrey $112
  10. Salt Lake City $110
  11. Escalante $110
  12. Ogden $108
  13. Logan $107
  14. Tropic $107
  15. Cedar City $101
  16. Vernal $99
  17. Kanab $95
  18. Hurricane $89
  19. Panguitch $79
  20. St. George $75

(Story courtesy / Photos credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images)

View of the Courthouse Tower in the Arches National Park near Moab, Utah on April 22, 2018. - The park which has over 2000 arches that were formed over 100 million years by a combination of water, ice, extreme temperatures and underground salt movement. (Photo by Mark Ralston / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images)

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