Panguitch Lake

Panguitch Lake is located just 20 minutes south of the town of Panguitch and, at 8,400 feet in elevation, is a great year-round mountain destination. Panguitch Lake is found right along Scenic Highway 143 and is a great base camp for exploring nearby attractions such as Cedar Breaks National Monument, Mammoth Cave, Cascade Falls, and… Continue reading Panguitch Lake

Pine Lake

Pine Lake, Utah is a hidden gem, situated well off the beaten track. Covering just 77 acres it is surrounded by a dry and barren desert. Located at 7,500 feet, Pine Lake offers a cool refreshing contrast to the hot arid conditions of red rocks and white cliffs which surround it. This small lake is… Continue reading Pine Lake

Wide Hollow Reservoir

Wide Hollow Reservoir is well-stocked with rainbow trout and bluegill, and its clear blue waters are a favorite local destination for boating, canoeing, and water sports.  Shore fishing is the preferred method, as motorized boats are prohibited. The reservoir is also ideal for swimming. Paddleboards, kayaks, and canoes can be rented to enjoy a day… Continue reading Wide Hollow Reservoir

Calf Creek Recreation Area & Campground

Calf Creek Recreation Area is located between Escalante and Boulder on Byway 12.  Within this region, the Calf Creek Recreation Area Campground has 13-sites, a day-use picnic area, and the trailhead to Lower Calf Creek Falls.  This family-friendly, fairly easy hike is about 6 miles roundtrip, but don’t let that scare you off from one… Continue reading Calf Creek Recreation Area & Campground

Preparations and Precautions for Backcountry Adventure

Whether you're headed into Bryce Canyon Country's backcountry for a day or a week, you'll need to be prepared for anything. Here's a list of some essentials to help you experience Bryce Canyon Country's wilderness to the fullest.

Common Sense:
– Never hike or travel alone into remote backcountry

Preparing to go into the Backcountry

Veering off the beaten path is a great way to experience Bryce Canyon Country’s rugged beauty. But the backcountry can be a dangerous place, even for experienced explorers. Here are some tips to help you prepare for your backcountry adventures.

Bryce Canyon Back Country A view into the backcountry from your car along

An Incredible Bryce Country RV Excursion

I've heard that the U.S. Park Service sometimes calls Bryce Canyon a cave without a ceiling, or a forest of stone. What I would call it, however, is the Grand Canyon without the crowds – every bit as beautiful, but much more remote, and the best vacation you'll ever have in your RV. Bryce Canyon is

Boondocking in Bryce Canyon Country

Imagine after a long drive on the road, you find the perfect spot — an untamed piece of wilderness where you can park and enjoy the outdoors all to yourself. You’re reminded as you gaze at the stars that the world is beautiful and you’re here to enjoy its splendor. Welcome to the experience and

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