Archive for the ‘Outdoor adventures’ Category

Kodachrome Basin

April 7th, 2015

Outdoor adventures

In our blogs, we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch, are always raving about Utah’s five great national parks. Just as spectacular, but less visited, are our state parks. There are a couple of advantages to including state parks into your vacation plans. Since Utah’s state parks are smaller in size, it means that you can often see everything the park has to offer – which is nearly impossible in the national parks – in one trip. And the fact that state parks are less popular means you don’t have to fight the crowds. One of Southern Utah’s best kept secrets is the impressive Kodachrome Basin State Park. Read More

Spring Break 2015

March 24th, 2015

Outdoor adventures, Travel

Every year about this time, we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch write about the changing seasons. We really don’t mind the cold, and there is plenty to do during winter anyway, but we always get excited about spring. And we want you to get excited too. For those who are looking for a way to celebrate the warmer weather, we present our Spring Break 2015 list: Read More

Spring Fever

February 27th, 2015

Outdoor adventures, Travel

Spring is almost here! And while, admittedly, we’ve had some late snow this season, the general mildness of the winter has new growth already showing. We at the Lodge at Red River Ranch are pretty excited to celebrate the changing seasons. Consequently, we are once again complying a list of the best places to visit this spring. Here’s what we’ve got so far: Read More

Valentine’s Day in Bryce Canyon 2015

Valentine’s Day can be a lot of fun. Couples get the chance to do something extra special for each other. And we at The Lodge at Red River Ranch have discovered a really cool way to have a good time this Saturday. Bryce Canyon, in conjunction with Ruby’s Inn, are having their annual Winter Festival on Valentine’s Day. Read More

Ski Resorts

January 29th, 2015

Outdoor adventures, Travel

Winter is a great season here in Southern Utah. The national and state parks are still open, and the beautiful rock formations can look even cooler in winter. But there are plenty of other exciting things to do in Utah besides look at the scenery – skiing for example. And while it may be a bit late in the season, we wanted to talk about our two favorite ski resorts in Southern Utah. Read More