There's something about being in nature that grounds us. Providing a sense of peace and relaxation even though the trail may not have been the easiest. But part of what adds to the experience of exploring outdoors; part of what adds to that sense of peace and accomplishment is determined by who else is on … Continue reading Dog Friendly National Forest Adventures to Add to Your List
Recreation among the lava beds at Navajo Lake in Dixie National Forest.
The Dixie National Forest, Southwest Wildlife Foundation and Garth and Jerri Frehner Museum of Natural History at Southern Utah University with funding from National Geographic have partnered to host the first Cedar City BioBlitz at Cedar Canyon Nature Park August 26-27th.
Are you planting trees for Arbor Day? The Dixie National Forest has been observing both Arbor Day and Earth Day this April, planting 98,633 ponderosa tree seedlings to restore disturbed areas across the Forest.
Springtime is a beautiful time of year to get outdoors and visit the Dixie National Forest.