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4 Great Ways to Stay Cool in Zion National Park!

I wouldn’t necessarily recommend visiting Zion National Park in the summer, but if you find yourself in Zion during June, July, or August here are a list of some places you can check out to stay cool! 1. The Narrows Which to me goes without saying. If you know anything about Zion National Park chances are you are know about the Narrows. If anyone should say anything about staying cool in Zion you absolutely need to mention the Narrows. This one is super easy to find. Take the Zion Shuttle to the Temple of Sinawava (last stop) and VIOLA take

Fort Zion | Petting Farm | Grub & Ice Cream | Southern Utah

I have passed by Fort Zion dozens of times on my trips to and from Zion and never stopped before. Fort Zion is located just off the main road in Virgin Utah, just 15 minutes west of Zion. You can’t miss it because there are giant, old fashioned looking forts in the front. There is a gift shop, a diner, and a petting zoo. In the hunt for some new things to do with the kiddos, we decided to take them to Fort Zion for dinner one evening. We had no idea what to expect, and it was such a

Angels Landing | Zion National Park

Angel's Landing hike in Zion National Park has been on my bucket list for years! I love hiking but it looked really intimidating so I never really perused it. When I did start doing research on Angel's Landing I couldn't find a lot of info, just the basic stuff, like that it was 5 miles, strenuous, and I needed to pack lots of water. ok, ok, but I wanted to know what do expect. Would I even be able to make it? Could my kids do it? How hard is it really? I found a couple YouTube videos that completely
How to visit Zion National Park for FREE | Southern Utah harm Sat, 04/01/2017 - 11:03
Zion for Free? Yes, it's possible! Here are a few tips for Free and Budget friendly ideas to explore Zion! 1.Every Kid in a Park Program Right now, the park service is running the Every Kid in a Park program, offering FREE access to Federal Lands and Waters for 4th graders and their Guests! sign up HERE. So if you don't have a 4th grader, you should consider borrowing one. They are usually pretty cute and make for some good conversation. 2. Access Pass National Parks also offer Lifetime FREE Admission to families of special needs children. How cool is
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