🠈  Kodachrome Basin  🠊

Kodachrome Basin State Park

Kodachrome Basin is a 2,240 acres Utah State Park located in the Northern stretches of Kane County.

The area has 27 campgrounds. The area is noted for sandstone formations with rich hues. The park was established in 1962. The area was named after the Kodachrome® film brand by The Eastman Kodak Corporation. Naming an area after a trademarked product created a variety of interesting legal problems. For example, it is difficult to get microstock companies to accept photos of the area because of the trademark.


  1. Wikipedia - Kodachrome Basin (Drawn 7/25/2020)

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