Saint George, Utah is known for its warm and sunny weather, but the past few weeks have been unusually cold, with temperatures dropping well below freezing. This unexpected weather can be challenging, especially for those who live in RVs and other recreational vehicles. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips for keeping your RV in top shape during the cold weather.
As the temperatures start to drop and the snow begins to fall, many people may think that the great outdoors is off-limits. However, wintertime in Zion National Park offers a unique and breathtaking experience that is not to be missed. With the scenic drive open to car traffic, plenty of wildlife to spot, the flowing Virgin River, and plenty of trails to explore, there is no shortage of adventure to be had.
One of the best ways to experience Zion National Park in the winter is from the comfort of a travel trailer. Red Rock RV Rentals has a variety of options that will ensure that your experience is the best it can be. With comfortable and well-equipped travel trailers, you can spend your days exploring the park and your nights snuggled up in a warm and cozy environment.
One of the highlights of a winter visit to Zion National Park is the increased water flow in the Virgin River. Due to the high amount of precipitation we have received this year, the river is flowing with a lot of water, making it a mesmerizing sight to see. Whether you are hiking, bird watching, or just taking in the scenic views, the Virgin River is a must-see during a winter trip to Zion.
Another great aspect of winter in Zion is the abundance of wildlife. As the snow starts to fall, many of the animals in the park become more active, making it easier to spot them. Whether it's deer, big-horned sheep, or a variety of birds, there is no shortage of wildlife to observe.
In conclusion, if you are looking for a unique and unforgettable winter experience, Zion National Park is the place to be. With a scenic drive, plenty of wildlife, and the flowing Virgin River, there is no shortage of adventure to be had. So, pack your bags, rent a travel trailer from Red Rock RV Rentals, and let the adventure begin!
September 06th, 2022
Here in the Zion Area the temperature can get quite extreme during the summer months. That doesn't keep travelers away from Zion National Park. In the late of August and early September the temperatures are exceeding 100 degrees. Duck Creek offers a great base camp for those of us who like to beat the heat while still seeing the sites we want to see. Only an hour away from Zion and Bryce, Duck Creek offers a perfect mountain setting for those looking to be close to the National Parks we are famous for. Not only this, Duck creek is unique features of its own to make it a destination worth traveling to. The main attractions are hiking, off-roading, great trout fishing in streams, and ponds. Don't have your own off road vehicle? No problem. Just a few minutes away from our campground you are able to rent and variety of off road vehicles to suit your needs. For fishing, we aren't too far from Panguitch Lake with offers first class trout fishing with boat rentals as well as great on-shore fishing. Want to get out and use your legs instead? Brian head is less than an hour away where you will find a ski resort that caters to mountain bikers during the summer. On top of all of this you have world class views overlooking Zion and Cedar breaks near the campground as well. There is so much to do and little time to do it as summer and fall months will be closing soon so we encourage you to book now before the snow shuts us down for the winter season!
January is perfect time of the year to get out in nature and look for deer antlers. Around Zion many big bucks are starching at trees and are getting ready to shed their antlers in preparation for the upcoming season. Most places North of Zion are a perfect place to start looking. Coral Pink Sand Dunes is a perfect area to bring the 4x4 vehicles, bring the family and start looking! There is so much area to cover there and it is covered with big deer just north of Zion and right next to the Paunsaugunt, where the really big dear live! It's cold and the weather is volatile so when you come out here be prepared for all types of weather!
December 30th, 2019
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Beating the Crowds this Labor Day
Southern Utah is becoming an exceedingly popular destination for casual travelers and enthusiasts alike. We have seen massive growth in the recreational areas near us and we want to share some tips for you to beat the crowds this Labor Day or any other crowded weekend. Zion National Park and Springdale become excessively busy on holiday weekends. You can expect large crowds showing up early, making lines and parking a headache. If you are looking to skip the lines and cool down in the process, Southern Zion is a great alternative. Turning left from SR-9 in Virgin onto Kolob Terrace Rd. will put you on a path towards Kolob Reservoir. If you take this road to the reservoir, you climb a couple thousand feet in elevation bringing you to much cooler temperatures, which can be a huge relief during the summer. Along this route you will find stunning sites, significantly less traffic, hiking trails, and cooler weather making it a perfect alternative to the main part of the park.
New Blog Page
We are starting a blog page! It's time we share our discoveries that will help you get the most out of your next trip to Southern Utah! We have learned that there is so much more than meets the eye here in Utah. The landscape provides many different environments that offer a perfect destination no matter the time of year! In the desert, temperatures during the summer can be quite taxing! Venturing deeper past Zion and into the mountains towards Bryce can prove to be extremely rewarding and eye opening experience! Utah is an outdoor enthusiasts dream, we cant wait to share what we have learned with you to help you better prepare for your next trip!
Get away from the city. Take your friends, pets, and family into the great outdoors. Go somewhere wild!
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