We’re Marching to Zion

Zion National Park is one of the most popular national parks with more than five million visitors annually. It is a small park comparatively with only 229 square miles.  Its main feature is Zion Canyon which is indeed a canyon since the Virgin River has, over time, cut through the red and tan sandstone walls … Continue reading We’re Marching to Zion

Kodachrome Basin State Park

We met Ken and Cindy went we first arrived in Bryce Canyon City.  They were camped beside us. They are from Utah and come to this area frequently and stay for extended periods of time.  We asked them what we should not miss while we were there.  They recommended several places and one of them … Continue reading Kodachrome Basin State Park

Seeing Red

Scenic Byway 12 is a 124-mile highway that traverses the Dixie National Forest and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument.  The Dixie National Forest covers about two million acres and is one of the largest national forests in Utah.  Theodore Roosevelt understood the importance of these lands and he set them aside so that there would … Continue reading Seeing Red

Antelope Island State Park

“This is not what I expected,” said David when we arrived at Antelope Island State Park.  We had just left the hustle and bustle of Syracuse, UT and crossed the 6 mile causeway to the island. This oasis was in stark contrast to the heavy stop-and-go city traffic we had just experienced. We were struck … Continue reading Antelope Island State Park