Kodachrome is a landscape known for its vibrant colors. In fact, it was named after the color film Kodachrome in 1948 by National Geographic Society. Sedimentary pipes showcase the beautiful color variation in the sandstone, surrounded by greenery, sagebrush, and majestic mountains in the distance. Kodachrome encompasses the beauty of Southern Utah without the traffic and people of Bryce Canyon or Zion.
This quiet, serene gem is great for camping with the family, or going hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding. Take your ATVs or a picnic for the day to enjoy nature in this beautiful park. Entrance fees are $8 per vehicle.