Categories
News & Notes Uncategorized

Bear’s Ears Camping and Campgrounds 2024

There are many camping opportunities in and around Bear’s Ears National Monument in southeast Utah. Cedar Mesa, Grand Gulch, Comb Ridge, and the surrounding BLM and US Forest Service lands offer public campgrounds, dispersed camping, and backcountry camping. Campers preferring private campgrounds will find many choices in Bluff, Blanding, and Monticello, Utah. Use this guide […]

Categories
News & Notes

Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) Indian Ruins near Blanding, UT

Ancestral Puebloans (Anasazi) once lived across all of Southeast Utah and the four corners area. Today it’s a pleasure to visit the ruins and rock art they left behind. From tiny piles of potsherds to massive cliff dwellings what remains makes us marvel at these prehistoric inhabitants. Blanding, UT is in the heart of Anasazi […]

Categories
News & Notes

Roadside Ruins in Southeast Utah

Ruins and rock art are plentiful in SE Utah and these roadside ruins are a place to stretch your legs, enjoy the incredible natural surroundings, and visit ancient cliff dwellings, ruins, and rock art. This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Some links on this site are affiliate […]

Categories
Other

Little Westwater Ruin – Blanding, Utah

Little Westwater Ruin, also known as Five Kiva Ruin, is an undeveloped ruin that is easily accessed and interesting to visit. The cliff dwelling is located in the Westwater Creek Canyon just outside of Blanding, UT. Blanding is in the homelands of the Ancestral Puebloans and this ruin is practically part of the town. In […]