5 Reasons to Visit Zion National Park in the Winter

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Zion National Park attracts three million visitors each year, but when winter rolls in you’d hardly know that Zion is Utah’s most popular national park. Zion’s mild winters allow park visitors to experience the beauty and solitude of Zion without the crowds and heat of peak summer season. Fresh air, … Read More

Unplugged Road Trip Activities for Families written by Andrea Buttram

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Unplugged Road Trip Activities for Families Written By Andi Buttram April 2016 Vacation season is here, but first you must make it to HERE…Utah’s #1 Campground, Zion River Resort. RV and camping trips are some of life’s most memorable family times, but driving for hours with children in tow can … Read More

Organize your RV Kitchen by Andrea Buttram

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ORGANIZE YOUR RV KITCHEN:  SIMPLE, BUDGET-FRIENDLY SOLUTIONS   As camping season draws closer, it’s time to prepare your RV for relaxing stays at your favorite campground. The RV kitchen is one of the most highly used areas.  Let’s find ways to make your limited space more functional and easy to … Read More

A great day trip to fun in the snow! by Diane Cain

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What a GREAT time to visit Southern Utah.  The best thing about staying with us here at Zion River Resort during the winter months is that we have great weather as we are below the snow line so we rarely see the white powdery stuff BUT we are 45 minutes … Read More

Wildflower Festival at Cedar Breaks National Monument

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Wildflower Festival Every summer Cedar Breaks is treated to a spectacular display of wildflowers. Early bloomers such as cushion phlox, kittentails, and aspen bluebells emerge in late June. Displays peak in mid-July as countless other wildflowers bloom: scarlet paintbrushes, Colorado columbines, little sunflowers, elkweeds, and many more fill the forests … Read More