If the boy scouts are promoting it, you know it’s good! I love me some lists. Checklists, to-do lists, things-I’ve-already-done-so-I-can-cross-it-off-lists — ALL OF THEM! I […read more]
Don’t let the rain keep you from having fun! Maybe it’s the pacific northwest blood running through me, but I LOVE the rain. My love […read more]
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Taylor Creek trail runs along Taylor Creek, which is found in Kolob Canyon (the northwest section of Zion National Park). 5 miles round-trip, moderate hiking level, but worth every step. A fantastic adventure! (Even the 4 year old made it!)
The Red Hills Desert Garden is a center to share information about our desert life. The Washington County Habitat Conservation team wanted to build an […read more]
Riverside Walk is one of my favorite places to go in Zion where you can relax and let the kids have fun. No crazy ledges to worry about; just be and enjoy.
Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwestern Utah, approximately 2.5-3 hours from St. George, Utah. We decided that we would make this a family […read more]
We had heard about the “Ivins Petroglyphs Trail” a few months ago and I knew it was one the kids could do based on friend’s […read more]
We visited the Petroglyph Park in Bloomington (area south west of St. George, but still within the city limits) back in 2013. I had never […read more]
The Sand Dunes in Snow Canyon State Park is the biggest sandbox you will ever see! Load up the kids, bring some tools and you are set for hours of fun! Only $6 for the day!