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May, 2019
Outdoor adventures

Drive the White Rim Road

Canyonlands is the most remote, least developed, and least visited national park in Utah. Which is great! This makes it the perfect place to get a taste of real wilderness – to really explore the backcountry. And nowhere in Canyonlands is more rugged […]

April, 2019
Travel

Make Memorial Day Plans

Hey, hey, hey! Memorial Day Weekend is coming up fast. If you’re anything like us, you’re getting pretty excited for the chance to knock off work for a couple days, and spend the long weekend exploring Southern Utah. It’s time for a road trip! And it’s also […]

April, 2019
Lodge Announcements

Welcoming Baby Bison

We have exciting news! A new addition to our family of American Bison! Our new baby bison was born a few weeks ago and is doing great. She’s a she, in case you’re wondering. But we haven’t quite decided on a name for her […]

April, 2019
Historical places, Travel

The Gifford House History

So, as you probably know, Capitol Reef has a handful of old buildings throughout the main section of the park. Most of them are located in the (now-defunct) town of Fruita. The residents of Fruita may be gone, but the history of the place is preserved in […]

March, 2019
Outdoor adventures, Travel

A Blog Birthday

Fun fact – today marks the eight anniversary of our Blog at Red River Ranch! That’s right. We’ve been writing awesome blog posts for eight years now. And during that time we’ve covered a lot of ground. We’ve given you recommendations for all five of Utah’s […]

Black Ridges Canyon

Seeing as how we at the Lodge live in Southern Utah, we typically write about Southern Utah stuff in this blog. But since natural geography only sometimes contributes to the formation of political boundaries, there are a lot of cool places in the surrounding states […]

February, 2019
Outdoor adventures, Travel

Spring Break 2019!

Today is the last day of February, which means spring is officially here next month! And if your life currently revolves around a traditional school schedule, chances are you’re looking forward to Spring Break. If you have elementary school-aged kids, Spring Break is a great excuse […]

February, 2019
Lodge Announcements, Nature

Valentine’s Day Letter

Hey, it’s Valentines’ Day, and that means people are professing and reaffirming their love for each other. And we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch thought we’d get on board with this whole idea – by telling everyone […]

February, 2019
Historical places, Travel

Bears Ears and Beyond

There’s so much to learn about Southern Utah. The history of this part of the western United States is incredibly rich – especially in regards to the native tribes that lived here. So image that you want to discover first-hand the Native American history […]

January, 2019
Nature, Outdoor adventures

Arches of Mulley Twist

If you’ve been reading our blog, then you probably know that we talked a lot about arches last year. We explored how they form, and mentioned a few of the best arches around the area. So, if you’re as big of a fan of […]