The Blog at Red River Ranch

History to Explore

August 10th, 2015

Education, Historical places

A lot of people who visit Wayne County want to know a little bit more about the history of the area. So we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch gathered some information and compiled a short list of ways you can experience the history first-hand.

The first settlers were, as you can imagine, Native American Indians. Anasazi and Hopi tribes lived in what is now Capitol Reef National Park and throughout the Boulder Mountain area. You can view petroglyphs inside Capitol Reef – which are easily accessible via board walk – and in lots of other places nearby. Read More

Rock Climbing in Southern Utah

August 2nd, 2015

Nature, Outdoor adventures

One of the fastest growing outdoor sports is rock climbing. For those who know anything about the sport, this is not surprising. So if you have a itch to get out and climb, check out this list of rock climbing routes in Southern Utah. Read More

Bryce Canyon’s GeoFest 6

July 24th, 2015

Entertainment, Travel

We at the Lodge at Red River Ranch like to encourage everyone visiting Southern Utah to get involved in local events. They can be that extra something that makes a vacation perfect. To that end, we are please to announce the 6th annual GeoFest to be held at Bryce Canyon July 31 and August 1, 2015. Read More

Top Ten Must Sees – 2015

July 21st, 2015

Outdoor adventures, Travel

There are so many fantastic places to explore in Southern Utah (we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch should know, we live here) that you can’t feasibly visit them all in one trip. So if you’re coming to experience the sights, here is our annual Top Ten Must Sees in Southern Utah. We hope it helps.

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Horseshoe Canyon

July 9th, 2015

Nature, Outdoor adventures, Travel

Horseshoe Canyon is one of the coolest places in Utah (in our opinion, at least.) The canyon is fun to hike, but what sets it apart from other destinations in Utah is the amazing amount of rock art. It has one of the most extensive collections of American Indian petroglyphs in the state. So naturally, we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch think you should check it out. Read More