Public Comment Period Open for Proposed Cell Tower in Bryce

A comment period is now open to the public in regards to adding a cell tower in Bryce Canyon National Park. Bryce Canyon National Park has considered issuing a separate right-of-way permit to Verizon Wireless, South Central Utah Telephone association and Garkane Energy Cooperative to install a cellular telecommunications tower as well as fiber optic utility and electric utility rights-of-way. … Read More

Bryce ATV/UTV Rally

Bryce ATV/UTV rally

Hitting the dusty trail August 20th and lasting til August 24th of 2019. The 10th Annual Bryce ATV/UTV Rally is one of the world’s greatest ATV rallies. Riding ATV’s is already quite the adventure, but riding ATV’s in the area of Bryce Canyon National Park is a whole new level of adventure. What Come with us and tour the Garfield … Read More

Garfield County Fair

Garfield County Fair Dutch Oven Cook Off

The Garfield County Fair brings all the great culture of small-town America into the classic county fair setting, like Dutch Oven food for example. If you’ve never had Dutch Oven potatoes or peach cobbler.. John Wayne might have some choice words for you. Garfield County, Utah is home to Bryce Canyon National Park. When The County Fair goes from Tuesday … Read More

The Bryce Canyon Rodeo

Bryce Canyon Rodeo

Bryce Canyon Rodeo The Bryce Canyon Rodeo is the perfect roundup for any traveler and even the whole family! Every summer, the evenings come to life with this exciting, totally Western experience. Come and watch bullriders, bronco busters and all of the fun of a rodeo! When is it? The Rodeo began on May 25, 2019 and takes place each … Read More

How Bryce Canyon Got It’s Name

How did Bryce Canyon get it's name? Ebenezer Bryce

How did Bryce Canyon get it’s name? Sometime in the 1850’s, scouts were sent by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) to assess the land for it’s potential agricultural and grazing use. In 1872, U.S. Army Major John Wesley Powell and his expedition explored the area. Mormon pioneers soon came to settle the area. In 1873, the … Read More

Experience Kodachrome Basin by Horseback

Located just a few miles east of Bryce Canyon is Kodachrome Basin, one of Utah’s hidden Gems! With it’s red tinged rock formations contrasting against the bright blue Utah Skies, it is no wonder the National Geographic Society came up with the name Kodachrome, after the Kodak Film Corp. It was officially opened to the public as a state park … Read More

National Park Week 2019 in Bryce Canyon

National Park Week 2019 Bryce Canyon

It’s National Park Week! Howdy! Did you know about National Park Week 2019 in Bryce Canyon? It’s happening right now, April 20th – April 28th, throughout the whole country. Because of this, now is a great time to visit Bryce Canyon National Park and celebrate! What is National Park Week? President Donald Trump has proclaimed April 20 through April 28, … Read More

Closest Airport to Bryce Canyon National Park

Closest Airport to Bryce Canyon

Planning a trip to Bryce Canyon National Park? Are you a frequent flyer? Flights to Bryce Canyon probably won’t be what you’re expecting. There are many ways to get to Bryce, but this is the closest airport to Bryce Canyon. Located in Cedar City, Utah, about 1.5 hrs from Bryce Canyon National Park. The Cedar City Regional Airport has a … Read More

Senator Elizabeth Warren visits Utah, pledging changes to Bears Ears Monument

Bears Ears National Monument in Utah

Presidential hopeful, Senator Elizabeth Warren stoped in Utah on Wednesday to discuss her plans for public-lands as well as a promise to restore the broader protection for two of Utah’s national monuments if she were elected president. Warren’s plan sets her apart as one of the few Democratic candidates who have addressed the topic of public lands. Senator Warren stated … Read More

Trails reopening for hikers

Bryce Canyon Winter weather

As of Monday, April 1st, two trails have reopened for hikers in Bryce Canyon National Park. The Fairyland Loop and the Tower Bridge Trail have both been closed due to winter conditions, but have been reopened to the public. The National Park Services warns for guests visiting the park to be aware of their surroundings while hiking, and to stay … Read More