As part of Dixie National Forest, rather Boulder Mountain and the many different lakes provide opportunities for hiking, fishing, and viewing outstanding scenery.

Recreational opportunities on the Forest are highly diversified. There are also over a thousand miles of timber roads that can be used for these sports.

There is also downhill skiing at Brian Head which can accommodate 3,200 skiers at one time. When thinking of southern Utah, many think of red sandstone. Lodging and services are available on the gorgeous east side of Zion National Park, where guests are close to Zion National Park (12 miles), Bryce Canyon National Park (60 miles), Cedar Breaks National Monument (45 miles), Coral Pink Sand Dunes (12 miles), and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon (85 miles). 63 for 9 miles, to find Red Canyon. Dixie National Forest Supervisor's Office 1789 N Wedgewood Ln Cedar City, UT 84721 (435)865-3700 Fax: (435) 865-3791. RV Parks. Wildlife and idealist scenery lure people from every corner of the world. The group sites can be reserved by calling ahead. Red sandstone formations of Red Canyon rival those of Bryce Canyon National Park. Ranger programs Site Review- Cabin Hollow Dispersed Camping. Bryce National Park is known for the Bryce amphitheater. Summer brings the campers and fishermen to the campgrounds and lakeside shores of the forest. Duck Creek, located across the highway from Navajo Lake. Others, who prefer more developed areas and less primitive conditions, may enjoy vehicle-based activities such as camping, picnicking, resort lodging, recreation residence, sledding, skiing, hunting, gathering forest products, viewing interpretive exhibits, hiking, viewing scenery, driving for pleasure, snowmobiling, biking, horseback riding, canoeing, sailing, swimming, water skiing, and fishing.

Wilderness: The Forest has 83,000 acres of wilderness in three areas: Pine Valley, Box-Death Hollow, and Ashdown Gorge. The variety of terrain on the Forest which varies from gentle plateaus to rocky cliffs furnishes habitat for many different wildlife species such as the cougar, bobcat, blue grouse, golden eagle, cottontail rabbit, wild turkey, antelope, and the Utah prairie dog.

Hunting: Big game hunting has traditionally been the major wildlife attraction on the Forest, although recently there has been an increased interest in viewing and photographing all types of wildlife. Pine Valley Ranger District 196 E Tabernacle, Ste 38 of crowded aspens. During winter the forest service along with state park officials attempt to maintain designated snowmobiling trails. Zion Rock Art. Having the opportunity to drive This is a very rustic campground and the road noise from rt 12 dies down about dark every night. Hunting season brings hoards of people dressed in orange and all year long folks are beating the dirt with camera in hand. It is found along Scenic Byway 12,