Archive for November, 2012

Zion vs Bryce

November 26th, 2012

Nature, Outdoor adventures, Travel

Many people have asked us, which national park is better, Zion or Bryce Canyon? This is a tough question to answer because they are so many factors to consider. In the end, you’ll have to decide for yourself, but here is some information that might help you to make up your mind. Read More

Late Fall Road Trip

November 24th, 2012

Outdoor adventures, Travel

This November in Southern Utah the weather is mild, and the sun is shinning. If you can get away for a few days, here is the Lodge at Red River Ranch’s itinerary for a fall mini-vacation. This circular route will give you a good taste of Southern Utah’s beauty. Read More

Christmas at the Lodge

November 24th, 2012

Entertainment, Outdoor adventures, Travel

The Christmas holiday is a time to enjoy the closeness of family and the comforts of the season. While we at the Lodge enjoy a traditional Christmas, we also like to try new things. That’s why we suggest that you take a vacation this Christmas; celebrate the holiday with a twist. We know just the place to visit. Read More

Five Spots to Fish in Utah

November 12th, 2012

Nature, Outdoor adventures, Travel, Wildlife

Southern Utah has hundreds of lakes and rivers that are regularly stocked with fish. This means that we live in a fisherman’s paradise. And we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch want to share that paradise with you. A complete list of Southern Utah fishing locations is beyond the scope of this blog, so we’ll concentrate on our five favorite lakes and rivers (in no particular order) all of which are fairly close to the Lodge. Read More

Special Places – Spring Canyon

Capitol Reef National Park is a place of spectacular beauty; it has so many areas of special, natural wonder. Unfortunately, very few people get to visit these special places. In an effort to make these hidden treasures known to the public, we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch have created this blog series to highlight the best-unknown places of Capitol Reef. Watch for new “Special Places” posts.

In this report we’ll be talking about Spring Canyon. Read More