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

5 Things To Do In Winter At Zion National Park

Zion National Park attracts three million visitors each year, but when winter rolls in you’d hardly know that Zion is Utah’s most popular national park. Zion’s mild winters allow park visitors to experience the beauty and solitude of Zion without the crowds and heat of peak summer season. Fresh air, scenery, and exciting outdoor adventures… Read More

4 Things You Should Be Doing in Zion Instead Of Black Friday Shopping

Plenty of us are opting to be outdoors this Thanksgiving weekend, instead of fighting the Black Friday shopping crowds. Here are four great things to do in Zion this weekend, instead of shopping. 1. Sightseeing in Zion National Park While many visitors may be taking advantage of the long holiday weekend, you don’t have to worry… Read More