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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Posted in: Lodge Announcements on November 27, 2019.

We’re Thankful for You

Hey, it’s Thanksgiving tomorrow. And we at the Lodge at Red River want to take a moment to say thanks to you, all of our guests, all of our blog readers, and all of our friends for another great year. We love doing what we do, and we couldn’t do it without you. So thank you.

While we’re at it, we thought we’d share some of the other things for which we are grateful. It’s just feels right at this time of year, ya know? So here’s a short – and by no means comprehensive – list.

Happy Thanksgiving from the Lodge at Red River Ranch

Have a great Thanksgiving. Photo by Vlad Chețan via pexels.com

Baby Bison

We’re lucky enough to be able to raise bison on our ranch. They’re both a symbol of the Lodge, and a symbol of the American West. So we were pretty excited about our new addition to the bison family that came earlier this year. He’s doing great, and growing up fast! Such a little cutie.

Our baby bison in the pasture

Our new little friend. Photo by Red River Ranch.

Our Hardworking Staff

Everything that makes the Lodge great, the outstanding service, the gourmet meals, the luxury accommodations is made possible by our great staff. They focus on getting it right, so that you can focus on having a perfect vacation.

A snowy desert in Southern Utah

Public lands and adventure await. Photo by Subhamoy Basu via unsplash.com

Our Public Lands…

The Lodge is located just a few minutes outside of Capitol Reef, so we naturally have a great affinity for that amazing national park. (We might have mentioned it once or twice.) But we’re actually surrounded by tons of public lands – national monuments, national forests, recreation areas, state parks, and more. Not to mention the other four national parks within driving distance. Southern Utah is a beautiful place, and we’re grateful that so much of it is available to everybody, as a national heritage.

…and the Adventures

All those undeveloped, public lands mean that there is a wilderness out there to explore! There are narrow canyons to squeeze through, vast deserts to ride across, sandstone mountains to conquer, pristine lakes to fish, trails to run… so much to do! The adventure never really stops here in Southern Utah. And for that, we are grateful!

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