The Temple of Sinawava

Named for the coyote spirit of the Paiute nation, the Temple of Sinawava is Zion National Park’s massive natural amphitheater and one of its most popular destinations. Here you will access the Riverside Walk, a 2-mile roundtrip walk that parallels the Virgin River and takes you directly into the heart of the canyon. With the … Continued

Grilling with Children at Zion River Resort

Everybody wants to be the BBQ chef, from little kids to teenagers. Teach them how – safely of course. There are enjoyable age-appropriate learning tasks for every child. Who knows…you might just have a junior pit master in the making!   Safety First Set your grill up on a level surface ten feet away from … Continued

Shuttle and Permits at Zion National Park

  Permits and How to Get Them Because of the enormous number of folks who want to use the park, and the delicate nature of some rock formations and eco-systems, permits are required for certain places and activities. Day hiking – No permits required, with two exceptions – day-hiking the Narrows from the top down, … Continued

Protecting Peregrine Falcons

Your visit to Zion River RV Resort would not be complete without a trip to Zion National Park. Steep, red sandstone cliffs, sculpted by millions of years of rushing waters, create the breath-taking views you came for. The cliffs are a bird-watchers paradise, with hawks, eagles and kites, all sorts of water fowl, hummingbirds, swifts, … Continued

5 Reasons to Visit Zion National Park in the Winter

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, scenery, and exciting outdoor adventures … Continued

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