29 Ways to Leap Into A Zion Adventure

It’s Leap Day—and that means one extra day to enjoy in 2016! Here are 29 ways to leap into a Zion adventure and make the most of Leap Year (and every year). LEAP ON DOWN THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED WITH A  HIKING ADVENTURE: 1. Hike to Observation Point. Did you know you can reach this… Read More

Zion Ponderosa Spring 2016 Women’s Getaway

Are you ready for the 2016 Women’s Getaway? Choose the spring dates that suit your schedule (April 24-30 or May 1-7) and join us for an outdoor adventure experience on the eastern edge of Zion National Park. The Zion Ponderosa Women’s Getaway experience includes exceptional lodging and chef-prepared dining services, plus world-class adventures such as… Read More

Zion National Park | Did You Know?

Ancient History The Zion area has drawn attention since 6,000 B.C. when ancient native peoples hunted and gathered this spectacular landscape. In the 1800s, pioneers explored and settled the surrounding area.  In 1863, Issac Behunin built the first log cabin in Zion Canyon (which can still be seen today), and by the beginning of the… Read More

Zion in Winter Offers Peace and Solitude

We know it’s coming every year, but somehow December still seems to sneak up on us. As we’re winding down from non-stop activity of summer and fall, we’re enjoying the solitude of the winter season. Zion Ponderosa camping and activities are closed through February, but our vacation homes are still available for your enjoyment. Coupled… Read More