2017 Grand Circle Caravan

September 5 - October 3, 2017 Moab, UT

Witness the southwest like never before! The Grand Circle contains America’s largest concentration of national parks and monuments, connected by some of the most scenic routes you will ever travel. The vast land of the Grand Circle is yours to explore – from the high red rock canyon walls of southern Utah to the higher elevation of the awe-inspiring North Rim. Travel off the beaten path to one of the most photographed landscapes in America; Monument Valley, a traditional Navajo homeland. You will tour Canyonlands, Arches National Park, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, cliffs, magical slot canyons, gorges and mesas – each offering a unique treasure of color, vistas, and timeless beauty. Natural sculptured wonders and historic attractions give this caravan top billing. Don’t forget your camera!

The journey begins in Moab, located in southeastern Utah by the Rocky Mountain range of North America. A sensational light show during the “Canyonlands by Night” boat tour will welcome you to this spacious land. You will travel approximately 1,200 miles in 29 days on the Grand Circle Caravan.

Days 1-3: Moab, UT
• Caravan Orientation
• Welcome Dinner
• Colorado River Cruise
• Canyonlands By Night Light Show
• Arches National Park
• Canyonlands National Park

Days 4-6: Torrey, UT
• Dinner
• Free Day to Tour Capitol Reef National park

Days 7-8: Bryce, UT
• Buffet Dinner
• Free Day – Bryce Canyon Shuttle

Days 9-12: St. George, UT
• Tuacahn – Broadway in the Desert
• Dinner at Tuacahn
• Zion National Park Tour with Lunch

Day 13: Jacob Lake, AZ (Dry Camping)
• Free Time to View Sunset at North Rim

Days 14-16: Page, AZ
• Antelope Canyon Boat Cruise
• Dinner at Rainbow Lodge
• Upper Antelope Canyon Jeep Tour

Days 17-19: Grand Canyon, AZ
• South Rim Sunset Tour
• Desert View and Painted Desert Guided Tour
• Dinner
• Free Day

Days 20-22: Flagstaff, AZ
• Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona and Lunch
• Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well Tours
• Free Day

Days 23-24: Monument Valley, UT
• Monument Valley Guided Tour and Lunch

Days 25-26: Mancos, CO
• Mesa Verde National Park
• Breakfast

Days 27-28: Durango, CO
• Narrow Gauge Railroad
• Train Museum
• Farewell Dinner

Day 29
• Farewell Continental Breakfast

PRICE INCLUDES: Caravan hosts and tailenders, camping fees, admission to attractions and meals noted in the schedule, bussing provided on the majority of the tours (tow cars will be used when it is impractical to bus a short distance), taxes and gratuities.

NOTE: Winnebago Outdoor Adventures reserves the right to run this caravan without a tailender if we do not meet the minimum number required for two host units.

NOTE: This event is subject to change without prior notice due to circumstances beyond our control, or for the best interest of the participants.

Tow cars are recommended. CB Radios are required.

Past Photos

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  1. Wilson Karl posted on October 5, 2017

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