Outdoors

Zion National Park Announces the 10th Annual Plein Air Art Invitational

SPRINGDALE, Utah – Every November, twenty-four artists, through their work and voices, remind park guests of the transformational power Zion retains within its aquifers of sandstone. In the immediacy of their art, they show all of us that the beauty of this landscape is right now, just as it was to Thomas Moran and Frederick… Read More Zion National Park Announces the 10th Annual Plein Air Art Invitational

Outdoors

Journey to Pennekamp

The second location I visited was John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the first underwater state park in the United States. Established in 1960, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is off the cost of Key Largo, Fla. to protect part of the only living coral reef in the United States. Pennekamp together with the… Read More Journey to Pennekamp

Outdoors

Kolob Canyon Closure

Kolob Canyon and Zion National Park hikers will have to tweak their plans starting this May while portions of the Kolob Canyon’s District of Zion National Park is restricted due to construction. Due to a construction project beginning on May 1, all of Kolob Canyon roads, parking lots off of the I-15, and the canyon’s… Read More Kolob Canyon Closure