Utah Outdoor Activities

Welcome To Utah Outdoor Activities

Utah is an endless resource for outdoor enthusiast's . 80% of the state is set aside for public use. From red rock gorges as low as 3000 feet to peaks as high as 13,000 feet, you can discover the outdoors at all extremes. Within minutes of Utah's metropolitan areas you can enjoy the peaceful tranquility of the great outdoors. Utah Outdoor Activities is designed to be your online resource to the Utah outdoors. You can explore activities such as camping, hiking trails, rock hounding, fishing, ATV trails, wildlife viewing, skiing, snowboarding and more.

What's New:

03/02/2014 - Just added! New video of the Homestead Crater.

12/21/2013 - Ice fishing Mantua Reservoir just added to the Utah Outdoor

Activities You Tube Channel.

12/17/2013 - Travel like a rock star without the cost. Introducing the

My Fun Life Sizzle Weeks - Condo Vacations.

11/09/2013 - The Red Reef hiking trail has been added.

11/08/2013 - The Red Cliffs Recreation Area has been updated.

10/07/2013 - New video added to the Lower Bells Canyon Waterfall article.

08/11/2013 Utah Outdoor Activities is proud to introduce you to My Fun Life.

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Featured Articles:

  • The Frary Peak Trail - Antelope Island

    The Frary Peak Trail is just one of the many trails available on the island. This trail takes you on a 3.08 mile journey providing spectacular views, and up close scenery you can only enjoy on foot.

  • Early Spring Fly Fishing Utah's Provo River

    Allot of anglers have false impressions when it comes to spring, (especially early spring) fly fishing. There's this belief that many anglers have that because it's still cold their only option is to dredge the bottom with nymphs in order to catch fish this time of year. This couldn't be further from the truth! A friend of mine and I had an amazing day on the middle Provo River yesterday "DRY FLY" fishing.

  • The Homestead Crater

    The Homestead Crater offers one of the most unique natural hot springs experiences that you will discover in Utah. Hidden beneath a natural 55 foot lime stone dome is the clear blue waters of the crater. The natural mineral waters remain a constant temperature of 90 -- 96 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Red Reef Hiking Trail

    The Red Cliffs Recreation Area offers many hiking trails that lead you through beautiful red rock formations and desert landscapes. The Red Reef trail is a six mile long trail that leads from the Red Cliffs Recreation Area to the Cottonwood Canyon Wilderness Area.

  • The Red Cliffs Recreation Area

    Red Cliffs Recreation Area is located just off of I-15, 15 miles north of St George, Utah near Quail Creek. Red Cliffs is a charming year-round camping area, but particularly attractive in the Fall and Spring of the year when the cold settles in the north. The cliffs protect the campground from the harsh winter winds.

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