Utah State Parks Blog

Looking For Some Holiday Events? Here You Go!

Posted on: November 30th, 2016

SALT LAKE CITY – The weather is turning colder and the snow is starting to fall. This season, enhance your holiday experience by visiting one of our gorgeous Utah State Parks and participating in one of our holiday events. Whether you are heading to a Christmas light displays at Willard Bay State Park or attending […]

Snowmobile Season Is Here, So Are The Volunteers

Posted on: November 30th, 2016

December is around the corner and the snow is starting to fall; meaning snowmobile lovers across the state are firing up their rigs and preparing the upcoming season. Rather than preparing their personal set ups, some OHV enthusiasts are helping prep the trails that are beloved by so many. Members of the Utah Snowmobile Association and […]

Happy National “Take a Hike” Day!

Posted on: November 17th, 2016

Happy National Take a Hike Day! To celebrate, we are featuring two of our favorite hikes in Utah. Utah is known far-and-wide for its scenic landscapes. What helps make Utah great is the fact that these scenic places are not just found in one area, but are spread across the entire state. To help give […]

Volunteers Raise Kiosk At Lookout Pass

Posted on: November 16th, 2016

The cold weather may be on its way in, but that hasn’t slowed the efforts of the OHV clubs and organizations who work tirelessly to help keep Utah’s trails a favorite the world over. This month, members from two clubs – the Northern Utah ATV Trail Riders and the  Public Lands Equal Access Alliance – […]

Celebrate Iron Mission Days at Frontier Homestead

Posted on: November 3rd, 2016

Frontier Homestead State Park Museum once again celebrates the founding of Cedar City with a day of activities designed to honor the spirit of our community and those that created opportunities for our growth. Come and enjoy the cool crisp fall air on Saturday November 5th from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm as Frontier Homestead hosts its […]

What To Expect When You Fall In Cold Water

Posted on: October 27th, 2016

You’ve heard our tips on how to be safe when out boating on Cold Water; but sometimes things happen, and you can find yourself in a bad situation. Unless you’ve directly experienced it before, it’s hard to imagine what being immersed in cold water actually feels like. For example, it is a common misunderstanding that […]

Is Camp Floyd Haunted?

Posted on: October 27th, 2016

Is Camp Floyd haunted? Due to popular demand, Camp Floyd State Park is adding an additional date for their popular Ghost Hunt! It is limited to 40 participants. Admission fees are $5 per person. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the park at 801-768-8932. Reservations will open September 27, 2016. Participants are encouraged […]

UAA raises 3rd Kiosk with help from the Sage Riders

Posted on: October 25th, 2016

The volunteers are at it again! Members from the Utah ATV Association and the Sage Riders Motorcycle Club came together to help build an OHV Kiosk in Juab County near Cherry Creek. In total, 16 volunteers lent their sweat and hard work to the construction effort. The group consisted of both experienced riders and others with […]

Utah Snowmobile Association Volunteers Push Through The Cold

Posted on: October 19th, 2016

It’s getting cold outside; but to outdoor lovers, this means the fun is just about to start. But before the fun in the snow can begin, there is plenty of work that needs to get done first. Much of the work across the state is supplemented by volunteers. Volunteers from the Utah Snowmobile Association chose […]

Private Partners Team Up With State, Federal Agencies for Trail System Upkeep

Posted on: October 19th, 2016

Everyone loves OHV trails, but very few go out of their way and look for ways to directly help keep trails a safe, fun, and clean place for everyone. Ray Golden, manager of the Ticaboo Resort, along with his staff, have been working diligently towards this goal. The Ticaboo Resort has helped host the local […]