Newbie alert! Sorry if I'm not up to speed on any acronyms or forum etiquette...
I am planning a trip from Dallas/FW to Las Vegas for the first two weeks of April Next year. There will be myself, my husband and our daughter who will be nearly 3. This will be the the first time for us to visit the south west of the US, although not to Las Vegas. I don't particularly like Las Vegas, its just a convenient end point for us. My love is the outdoors and national parks. We are not a very active family, just a few gentle strolls to see some pretty sights is enough for us, especially with a toddler. No suggestions for white water rafting/20 mile hikes please! We don't want each section of driving to be too long, according to google maps the longest stretch will be 5 and half hours, which is probably our maximum.
We will be flying into Dallas on Friday 1st April until Tues 5th April. My husband is a wrestling fan and will be going to Wrestlemania.
We will then be travelling West to Utah to visit the NPs, I'm thinking......
perhaps stopping at Amarillo TX 1 night
Santa Fe NM 2 nights
Durango CO 1 night
with our main stopping point in Utah being Page 3 nights
St George 1 night
then Las Vegas 2/3 nights. Flying out of Las Vegas on Friday 15th/or maybe Saturday 16th.
Which sites in Utah are a "must do"?
How feasible does my plan sound?
Any other advice appreciated!