Bryce Canyon National Park, which was named after early-Mormon settler Ebenezer Bryce, is a natural amphitheater filled with spiral rock formations called Hoodoos. These unique rock structures are found on every continent, but the world’s largest grouping is located in—you guessed it—Bryce Canyon. This red-rock park is also a great place for stargazing, allowing visitors to see up to 7,500 stars in the night sky—5,000 more than areas plagued by light pollution. From hiking to stargazing to horseback riding, see for yourself what Bryce Canyon has to offer! Plan your trip today and come experience the unique features of this one-of-a-kind national park.