Places to See

Buckhorn Wash Pictographs

Buckhorn Wash Pictographs

Buckhorn Wash is an outstanding example of artistically beautiful pictographs. Pictographs are painted on the rock using various methods, probably fingers, brushes made form animal fur, or grasses. The pigment was hematite, and though well over 2,000 years old, the pigment remains. The road to the pictograph area is the same one accessing the Wedge Overlook. […]

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Rochester Rock Art Panel

Rochester Rock Art Panel

The Rochester Rock Art Panel consists of a large number of petroglyphs of various ages. Some are prehistoric rock art, probably of Fremont culture origin. Others are probably modern, depicting horses, for example. And some are arguably of very recent origin, most likely the work of white explorers, settlers, and/or tourists. There is a great […]

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The Wedge Overlook – Little Grand Canyon

The Wedge Overlook – Little Grand Canyon

Be prepared to be amazed! The Wedge Overlook has some of the most breathtaking views in Utah. You’ll see a dizzying viewpoint of this fantastically eroded gorge. It overlooks the San Rafael River as it flows through the “Little Grand Canyon.” From the Wedge, travel east or west for more spectacular adventures. This is the […]

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Millsite Reservoir & State Park

Millsite Reservoir & State Park

Camp in the quiet campground and boat on the blue waters of Millsite Reservoir. The reservoir is a popular fishery and offers rainbow and cutthroat trout. An 18-hole public golf course wraps around the eastern edge of the reservoir. One famous hole is adjacent to a waterfall which channels outflow from the reservoir. There are […]

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Goblin Valley

Goblin Valley

It is a bit further than some other attractions, but using Gilly’s as a springboard puts it within reach. Under 2 hours drive, you can explore the goblins until after dark and return to a nice warm cozy room to rest for your next adventure! This strange and colorful landscape is filled with bizarre sandstone rock formations called […]

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Winter Fun is Coming!

Winter Fun is Coming!

Though things slow down around here in the winter, there are plenty of reasons to come out to the basin! Snowmobiling just 45 minutes away and is world class. At the top of Huntington Canyon lies miles of snowmobile friendly mountain roads and passes. This is a true back country experience, so make sure you […]

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