You’ll Want To Spend All Day At This Waterfall-Fed Pool In Utah
On a hot, summer day, there’s nothing better than splashing in a swimming hole to cool off … unless you can find one that has a waterfall, too! Toquerville Falls is a little oasis in southern Utah that has everything you need for an awesome afternoon – plenty of cool water, a gorgeous waterfall, and stunning scenery. It is one waterfall in Utah that deserves a spot at the top of your bucket list!
Have you ever been to Toquerville Falls? What did you love most about this waterfall in Utah? Do you have a favorite swimming hole in Utah? Tell us all about it in the comments.
If you’re ready to explore some more great swimming spots, check out these seven swimming holes that will make your summer epic.
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Waterfalls in Utah
Are there waterfalls in Utah?
Yes! And we may be a little biased but the waterfalls that dot the Beehive State are absolutely stunning. There are waterfalls tucked away in the mountains and some in the southern Utah desert. Some of our favorite waterfalls in Utah include the following:
- Lower Calf Creek Falls, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
- Cascade Falls, Dixie National Forest
- Archangel Falls, Zion National Park
- Donut Falls, Big Cottonwood Canyon
- Grotto Falls, near Payson
What are some other hikes in Utah I should add to my bucket list?
It is hard to narrow down the best hiking trails in Utah. There are trails for all skill levels and all distances. Plus, you’ll find breathtaking trails in national parks, state parks, and even in the middle of nowhere. While we could list dozens of the best hiking trails in Utah to check out, the following are certainly some that top our bucket list and that we strongly recommend:
- Riverside Walk, Zion National Park
- Grotto Falls, Payson Canyon
- Silver Lake Interpretive Trail, Big Cottonwood Canyon
- Tony Grove Lake, Logan
- Cascade Springs Interpretive Trail, Alpine Loop Scenic Byway
What are some outdoor hidden gems in Utah that I should check out?
Utah is full of hidden gems. While you can find some of these hidden gems throughout the Wasatch Front and in the larger cities, there are many that are remote and require just a little more distance to visit. If you are searching for some new outdoor hidden gems to visit, make sure the following are on your list: