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About the Zion National Park
Zion National Park in Utah was the first national park to be established in the Beehive State. Zion is a 229-square mile park that is located near the small town of Springdale, Utah. The main attraction in the park is the famous Zion Canyon that is cut up to one-half mile deep into the rocks. The first humans to inhabit the region were small bands of Native Americans that included the forerunners of the Anasazi. William Howard Taft first protected the region when he was president in 1909 by making it an official national monument named Mukuntuweap National Monument. Because of a belief that Indian and Spanish names made places less likely destinations for Americans, the National Park Service changed the name of the monument to Zion in 1918.