Why San Juan County, Utah? 5.2 million acres to explore. Monuments, State Parks, National Park, Mountains, Rivers, diversity of landscape and people.
Come and experience a Journey Of A Lifetime!
There are tons of things to do and see, whether you’re looking for outdoor activities, old west history, or scenic landscape and views.
We've taken the guesswork out of trip planning with this two-day road trip itinerary that will take you through all the can't-miss sites of Utah's Canyon Country.
Everything you need to know before visiting Bears Ears National Monument and the surrounding area.
Hovenweep National Monument was designated in 1923 to protect a desolate cluster of six ancient villages along the southeastern Utah/Colorado border.
The Abajo (Blue) Mountains offer excellent opportunities for cross-country & back country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.
Find the top ten things to do and see when visiting Utah's Canyon Country in this bucket list itinerary.
Utah’s Canyon Country is perfect for stargazers, astronomers, night photographers and nature lovers alike.
San Juan County is home to one of the five National Parks in Utah - Canyonlands.
Calling all adventure seekers, this one's for you! Get ready for your adventure-filled trip to Utah's Canyon Country with this itinerary.
Planning to visit Utah’s Canyon Country with your family this fall and looking for things to do? This list of family-friendly activities is for you!
All along your drives you'll find world-class attractions and ancient history sites that will draw your interest and keep you fascinated.
Grab your camera to capture the biannual Monument Valley Mitten Shadow, a phenomenon that happens in March and September.
Bringing your furry friend along on your trip? Find our favorite dog-friendly activities in San Juan County.
Utah’s Canyon Country is filled with backroads and trails that are perfect for the adventurous biker.