Living in Southern Utah it is not hard to find adventure but finding something that my kiddos will love as much as me, well that is a little more tricky. I am constantly on the search for new hikes, camping spots, and hidden gems to get my family outdoors and enjoying this beautiful area that we live in. In the hot summer months, its top priority for our adventures to include some sort of water, be it a lake, river or stream, to play in and Toquerville Falls definitely fits the bill.
Hey y'all! We just hosted a backyard birthday bash for our sweet 4 year old Berdee and thought it would be fun to share a few tips. After 13 years of throwing kid birthday parties, I've found that they have a few common factors.
We've got the lovely Arika from Southern Utah guest posting for us today. Not only is Arika a phenomenal photographer, she's a big family adventurer! We're always excited to see her guest posts!
One of our favorite ways to beat the heat in Southern Utah is to head to the Virgin River. There are so many great spots along the river to play and explore but one of our favorite spots is Sheeps Bridge Park, also known as Falls Park. This park, located in Virgin UT, is the ideal spot to catch frogs, play in the sand, tube, and even do some very mild cliff jumping.
It's no secret that summers in Southern Utah are hot. Knowing the best spots to escape the heat is essential to survival and Veyo Pool and Crawdad Canyon is one of those spots. Located in the small town of Veyo, just 20 minutes from St. George, in a lush green canyon is one of the most unique swimming pools you will ever visit.
Hey guys! I just got back from THE BEST girls camp EVER at Camp Browning and wanted to share a quick review for you!
My kids have been begging to go back to visit Hall of Breakfast since we went at the beginning of the summer. This time we went with cousins. Everyone was oohing and aahing as we entered the fridge.
We were lucky enough to be invited by Hale Centre Theatre to see My Son Pinocchio: Geppetto's Musical Tale. It's even more lucky, because my kids usually can't go to plays because they are young, but this show, is for kids ages 3 and up! I was super excited to see what my littles would think!
Waterfall Canyon Trail has been on my list FOREVER! It's pretty popular but I heard it was hard so I've been putting it off. Plus, July has been so hot (as July usually is) so we decided to try this hike in the evening. We had the most amazing views the entire way up with the giant red sun shining through the smokey haze. And the equally beautiful views coming down the mountain out of the canyon in the dark.
Pick your own Raspberries and Blackberries in Utah Valley!