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Published July 3, 2003

Recreation Focus

Mountains offer vast scenic and recreational choices


As the desert heats up and we head into our first long weekend of the summer many people will head to the mountains to find relief along the streams, lakes and shaded meadows. The mountains that surround eastern Utah received a bit more moisture this...

Manti-LaSal National Forests offers diverse opportunites


The 1,413,111-acre Manti-La Sal National Forest is located in southeastern Utah. The Manti Division is part of the remnant Wasatch Plateau (5,000 to 10,000 foot elevation) with high elevation lakes, diverse vegetation, near vertical escarpments, and ...

Five state parks in area


Home to five state parks, Castle Country offers a myriad of different camping, picnicking and sight seeing opportunities.

Scenic Byways at your Fingertips


In 2000, the Federal Highway Administration officially designated the Energy Loop through Huntington and Eccles Canyons as a National Scenic Byway, recognizing the route as one of America's premiere driving roads....

Unlimited Opportunities for Sight-seeing


The biking opportunities available to people in Castle Valley are nearly unlimited.

Touring cemeteries


National travel and tourism experts indicate that visitors spending more than a day or two in any given locale traditionally search out the cemeteries in the area.

Fishing


Fishing is a favorite pastime for southeastern Utah residents. Tourists from across the nation also come to eastern Utah to participate in the outdoor sport.

Smashin' It Up for Search & Rescue


The crowd gathers at the fairgrounds in anticipation of the annual CC Search and Rescue demolition derby.

Holiday heat at the race track


Desert Thunder raceway is well into the 2003 season. This 3/8 mile banked dirt track hosts everything from methanol burning super late models to intermountain mini sprints.

Clawson Day set for Saturday


Clawson Day is set for Saturday july 5 beginning at 8 a.m. with the flag ceremony. The fun continues with a breakfast at 8:30 followed by the parade at 10 a.m. Visiting and story telling will be held following breakfast. At 1 p.m. games are set in th...

Celebrations and festivals highlight big July 4 weekend


Utah is famous for its community celebrations and festivals and Castle County is filled with things to do and see this weekend. Fireworks in Huntington, Price and Scofield are large parts of weekend Fourth of July activities, but parades, games and c...

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