Southeastern Utah – 1,900,000 acres
The Dixie National Forest, the largest in the state, stretches for 170 miles across southern Utah. The Dixie National Foest straddles the divide between the Great Basin and the Colorado River. Red Canyon, one of the most spectacular colored cliff canyons in southern Utah is located in the heart of Dixie National Forest. Visitors to Dixie National Forest can experience its brilliant red spires and cliffs by car or by hiking one of the nature trails in the canyon. In this unique environment at Dixie National Forest, weather sculpted formations of Wasatch limestone are contrasted by giant ponderosa pines. Red Canyon is only one example of the Dixie’s outstanding scenic features. In a day’s drive, visitors to Dixie National Forest may also choose to enjoy a hike in Pine Valley, see scenic Navajo Lake, fish at Panguitch Lake, tour the east fork of the Sevier River or travel the scenic Boulder/Grover Road on Boulder Mountain. These areas all have camping facilities. Pine Valley, Ashdown Gorge, and Box-Death Hollow Wildernesses offer backpacking adventures. Come visit beautiful Dixie National Forest.
82 N. 100 E.
PO Box 0580
Cedar City, 84721