OUR BUCKET LIST
If you’ve explored the Year-Round Activities page, you’ll have noticed there’s plenty to do in Southern Utah all year round! Below is just a short list of our “can’t miss” activities. Looking for something else? Let us know, and we’ll help you find it!
Please note: Some of these activities/events are seasonal, so if you don’t see it on the linked page, check back later or contact us for more info.
World Class Fly Fishing – As part of the “Fish Lake National Forrest”, this area is renowned for its fishing of all types, but it’s unique fly fishing qualities have been kept a closely guarded secret
Explore the Historic Paiute Trail
. Enjoy 1300 miles of historic, beautiful, and natural trail by ATV, horseback, or by foot
Search for Smokey Quartz around the Rock Corral Recreation Area
. The Mineral Mountains, located nearby, are the largest exposed plutonic body in Utah. Rock compositions include quartz monzonite in the northern half of the pluton to granite around Rock Corral Canyon in the south.
Take a tour of Cove Fort, an early Mormon Pioneer stop where Utah’s settlers would stop and restock for their journey between Salt Lake Valley & St. George
Visit the Fremont Indian State Park
. The museum was established by the Utah Legislature in 1985 to preserve Clear Creek Canyon’s treasury of rock art and archaeological sites. In November 1983, during the construction of Interstate 70 through Clear Creek Canyon, the largest known Fremont village was discovered.
Bald Eagle Spotting – The Tusher Mountain Range is home to all kinds of wildlife but one of the most spectacular and rare these days is the American Bald Eagle, which has been making a come back in this area. Bring your camera!
Eat at The Creamery in Beaver
– Family farmer-owned and operated for over 65 years, The Creamer in Beaver, Utah offers amazing cheese and ice cream you can enjoy there, or bring home to your condo & enjoy by the fire.
Photography! If you’re a photographer or an Instagram influencer you’re going to love the spectacular views here that most people have never seen or have any idea exist! Our advice? Bring your camera gear and set aside time to capture postcard-worthy images each day of your trip.
Visit the World’s Largest Living Organism
, “Pando” a 13 million pound aspen spread out over 107 square miles. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for many as scientists believe that Pando is dying, due to mule deer eating new saplings faster than they can replace dying trees from the underground connected organism.