With a new year brings new FREE ADMISSION days at our National Parks! National Parks across the country will waive all entrance fees on the […read more]
Seniors, those 62 years or older, can purchase a lifetime Senior Park Pass to all national parks for the cheap price of $10. That is […read more]
Zion National Park had nearly 2.1 million visitors during the first half of 2017. This number is approximately a 10 percent increase from 2016’s record-setting […read more]
A list of days in 2017 when all National Parks will waive the entrance fee!
Before you enter the Grafton Ghost Town, make sure that you have stopped and spent time in the Grafton Cemetery. Our Grafton Cemetery post (here) […read more]
Grafton, UT is full of southern Utah history and can be found just outside of Zion National Park. If you live in the area, or […read more]
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!)
When I first moved to the desert, flash flood danger was new to me. The first time I heard the warning blare through the car […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.
One of the most well-known hikes in Zion National Park is “The Subway”. According to Zion National Park’s website, it’s a 9-mile strenuous hike that parades […read more]