We are in a truly beautiful part of the country. You may plan to stay a day or two but end up staying a week because there is so much to see and do. Here are some of our favorites:
Bryce Canyon National Park– One of the most beautiful parks in Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park overlooks astonishing rock formations and is awe-inspiring. The landscape is classic Utah. With terrain that fits all activity levels, exploring the trails can be a great activity for families.
Zion National Park– Zion is renowned as one of the world’s best places for canyoneering, the sport of descending slender canyons. The national park invites adventurers to lower into fantastic watery slots and river-filled canyons that range from strenuous hiking and wading to technical challenges with swimming and rappelling.
Cedar Breaks National Monument– Discover the Waterpocket Fold, a geologic wrinkle on earth! Located in south-central Utah in the heart of red rock country, Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden treasure filled with cliffs, canyons, domes, and bridges in the Waterpocket Fold, a geologic monocline (a wrinkle on the earth) extending almost 100 miles.
Ride the Trails– If you are looking for some adventure.. you are in luck. We have an UTV’s for rent here at the campground. Mother nature gave us the beautiful mountains. UTV’s are the best way to get our and explore the trails.
Panguitch lake– Panguitch Lake is known for its trophy-sized trout fishing, making it a great place for experienced anglers. However, if you’re in the mood for a casual fishing trip, or if you’re new to the sport, the stream below the lake provides plenty of fishing for beginners.
Mystic hot springs– Mystic Hot Springs, previously known as Monroe Hot Springs and Cooper Hot Springs are located in northeastern Monroe, Utah. The hot mineral water emerges from the spring at 168 °F. The water flows into two smaller pools with temperatures between 92 and 102 °F.
Brianhead ski resort– Brian Head Resort offers The Greatest Snow on Earth®, with annual snowfall of over 360 inches, and Utah’s highest base elevation. Covering over 650 acres, the Resort has two connected mountains, Giant Steps and Navajo, offering 71 runs and 8 chair lifts. They have both winter and summer activities.
Local Events– The city of Panguitch is the big city in our neck of the woods. There are multiple restaurants and shopping options to choose from. The city does a great job hosting annual events. Some to note are the Quilt Walk Festival, Balloon Rally, car and truck shows, rodeos, and the ATV Rally. Visit their site to check the calendar and dates.