Here in Bryce Canyon Country's high desert, water is precious but there are still plenty of spots to enjoy your favorite water activities. From world class fishing in high alpine lakes to waterfalls and white water rapids, come enjoy the moisture in Bryce Canyon Country.
Fishing/Boating Panguitch: With a name that means "big fish" in Paiute, it's no wonder anglers come to Panguitch Lake in search of the big catch. At 8,400 feet, Panguitch Lake offers world class fishing and boating, and a cool respite from summer's heat in the heart of Dixie National Forest. Boating is also popular in Wide Hollow Reservoir, adjacent to Escalante Petrified Forest State Park. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area’s crowning jewel, Lake Powell, is the second largest man-made lake in the U.S. with over 2,000 miles of shoreline. Lake Powell accommodates all types of recreational watercraft, from fishing boats to houseboats.
River Rafting: The Sevier River's Class II and III rapids offer some enjoyable river rafting experiences in Utah. Let local guides navigate your party on a wild white water ride down river, backed by interesting scenery and geologic history—or take in the gorgeous mountain scenery as you relax on the cool water in a lazy river float. Learn to paddle in mild moving water, stop for a swim, and then get ready for a wild ride on the rapids like Big Daddy and Rock Garden. A Bryce Canyon Country river rafting trip is a great bonding adventure for families, employees, youth groups and friends—or join other individuals for a guided adventure.