The Tourist in Winter: Things to Do
Wintertime sees the decline of the tourist season in Southern Utah. While this is understandable, it doesn’t have to be the case. We at the Lodge at Red River Ranch think winter activities in Southern Utah can be just as fun as summer activities. If […]
Rock Climbing in Southern Utah
Rock climbing is an ever growing, ever expanding sport. There are few places as fun and scenic to climb as the rock walls of Southern Utah. We at the Lodge at Red River Ranch have some advise for rock climbers coming to find a good […]
Zion, a Play-by-Play
Zion National Park is a great place to create family memories, rejuvenate, or just have a blast. Many of our guests comment that when they arrive, they have no idea what to do first. This is the Lodge at Red River Ranch’s play-by-play guide to […]
Capitol Reef, the Superior National Park
Capitol Reef National Park is, in our opinion, the best of all the national parks in Utah. We at the Lodge at Red River Ranch want to prove that to you. We hope the reasons we give will be enough to convince you to stop […]
Get Out and See Canyon Country
Canyon Country is a little experienced region of South-Central Utah. The area contains some fantastic examples of canyon geology, such as the San Rafeal Swell. It is a must-see for those who want to get off the beaten track of a typical national park vacation.
Visiting Indian Ruins
Native American’s have left a lasting impact on Southern Utah. If you like history, you will enjoy visiting the ruins that various tribes have left behind. You can learn a lot. Here is the Lodge at Red River Ranch’s list of the best American Indian […]
You’ve visited Zion, what’s next?
Many of the guests at The Lodge at Red River Ranch make a similar comment. They’ve toured Zion National Park, but they are left wondering what they should do next. Any trip into Zion is both memorable and exciting, but you can almost certainly add […]
Many people claim that Utah has the best whitewater rafting rivers in the country. We at the Lodge at Red River Ranch agree. Whatever type of water you like, relaxing or heart pounding, you’ll find it in Utah. Early autumn is a great time to […]
Two of our favorite trails
We at The Lodge at Red River Ranch like exploring trails—off-road vehicle trails, hiking trails, or horse trails, we like them all. Here are a couple of our favorites close by. These two trails are perfect for those reaching out for a little, genuine, Utah adventure.
Hunting near the Lodge
The 2011 hunting season is almost here. The Lodge at Red River Ranch hosts scores of enthusiastic hunters every year. For the occasion, we’ve jotted down a few of the things we know from hunting in Southern Utah.