Articles Tagged ‘summer’

Pick Peaches in Capitol Reef National Park

Pick Peaches in Capitol Reef National Park August 24, 2010 | Events, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Fruit harvest is in full swing at Capitol Reef National Park. Home of the Park system’s oldest and largest fruit orchards, the delicious crops are available to the public for picking throughout the season. What’s in season right now? Peaches! They are juicy, sweet, and beautifully ripened...

5 Summer Hiking Safety Tips

5 Summer Hiking Safety Tips August 20, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Summer’s winding down…but it’s not over yet! Not by a long shot. If heading out to one of Utah’s national parks is still on the agenda in the coming weeks, enjoy your trip. The weather is warm, the trails are open, and the rangers aren’t too tired yet of answering the same...

Time to Hit Utah’s Biggest Beach!

Time to Hit Utah’s Biggest Beach! June 21, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Ah, summer. This is the time of year people flock to bodies of water to cool off, frolic, and pretend they never have to go back to work. Of course, this usually involves traveling to one of the coasts. But fear not–if you’re taking a tour of Utah’s Grand Circle, you can easily incorporate...