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The Lodge at Red River Ranch

Built on the grand scale of the great western lodges, the Lodge at Red River Ranch blends rich western history with modern convenience.

You will find the accommodations comfortable, the food and service outstanding, the location breathtaking, and the overall experience, well… unforgettable.

  • Stay in one of 15 guest rooms, each of which are unique.
  • Enjoy our collection of authentic, antique furnishings and art.
  • Admire the cliffs and gardens from your private balcony or patio.
  • Experience the very best of Southern Utah in style and luxury.

Discover Utah’s Best Secret.


Capitol Reef is the hidden gem of Utah’s park systems. Camp in the orchards of Fruita, explore the canyons of the Waterpocket Fold, hike in the remote reaches of Cathedral Valley, and bask in the beauty and the solitude. There’s nowhere else quite like Capitol Reef.

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More to Explore. Read our Blog.

We’ve got hundreds of blog posts, detailing the best adventures that you can have in Southern Utah. See our latest posts below, and experience Capitol Reef like a true insider.

July 30, 2020
Outdoor adventures, Travel

Burr Trail: In-depth

So we started doing a series of in-depth reports on Utah’s national parks earlier this year. At this point we’ve written about Arches, Bryce, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef. (Zion National Park is almost done.) In the Capitol Reef post, we mentioned the Burr Trail as one of the best […]

July 23, 2020
Nature, Travel

Monsoon Season

Here in Southern Utah we have some pretty great scenery. And all of it – the narrow slot canyons, the sandstone monoliths, the natural arches and bridges, the sheer cliff walls, even the vast, shifting deserts – all of it was caused by the power of erosion […]

July 11, 2020
Nature, Outdoor adventures

Fruit Season!

If you’ve ever been to Capitol Reef National Park, then you’ve undoubtedly seen the fruit orchards. (The actually are what give the old town it’s name: Fruita). The orchards are managed and maintained by the National Park Service, and when the fruit is ripe […]