Bluff Gardens Cabins

We visited Fort Bluff a few years ago and had a great time. The town of Bluff is beautiful, set against rock domes and in close proximity to some of our favorite sites in Utah, including Hovenweep, Natural Bridges National Monument, and Monument Valley. We enjoyed the porch on our cabin.…

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The road is pretty well maintained.

Muley Point Road

Muley Point Road is a short, slightly rough dirt road to a panoramic overlook right at the top of the Moki Dugway. This road runs about 3 or 4 miles across some heavy washboards and a little slick rock to an open vista that puts you right on the cliff edge.…


Dinosaur Museum in Blanding

Blanding has it's own Dinosaur Museum and surprisingly, it has a lot of cool stuff in it. The first exhibit you see when you walk in (besides the huge T-rex skull) holds three petrified trees that are older than the dinosaurs. There are only 6 in the whole world, and this…

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Read more about the article Natural Bridges National Monument | Family Guide
This is the Owachoma Bridge--largest in the park.

Natural Bridges National Monument | Family Guide

Natural Bridges National Monument is an amazing place in southeastern Utah, but it is not visited very often. This park was the first National Monument in Utah (1908), AND the first International Dark Sky Park in the world (2007). We found a lot of great adventures for families including: three beautiful…


Edge of the Cedars State Park

Edge of the Cedars is a Utah State Park located right in Blanding. It is a museum filled with Native American artifacts with an¬†Ancestral Puebloan ruin in the back. We had a great time at Edge of the Cedars for a few reasons. One, the Junior Ranger program was simple and…

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Gooosenecks State Park

Goosenecks State Park is unique because it is a state park that you just drive out to look at the view. There is no hiking, but there are a few picnic tables and you are allowed to camp here. It costs $2/vehicle. There are restrooms and an overlook, and not much…

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