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Dixie National Forest

Cedar City, UT
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A two-million acre national forest replete with natural wonders, "The Dixie" has deep canyons, fascinating rock formations, mountains, lakes and towering ponderosa pines. Visitors can hike, fish, camp or simply immerse themselves in the natural beauty.
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  • Average1%
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Cedar City, UT
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Reviewed 5 November 2017

We drove through Dixie National Forest and couldn't take our eyes off the towering pines and beautiful yellow hues of the quaking aspen leaves with their stark white trunks. The night before it had snowed a couple of inches which just added to the beauty.

2  Thank graymar6
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

Old melting Kilns, this is all that's left back in the 1800s. Drove out west of town to go see this and there is nothing else just this one old smelting Kiln was the only thing that was left, lot of old phones laying around...More

Thank Paulflagler
Reviewed 2 November 2017

I have a cabin in mammoth creek, I love Dixie National Forest, what a beautiful place, great for all outdoor activities.

Thank stark380
Reviewed 2 November 2017

We drove through this area on the way to and from Cedar Breaks which enhanced the whole experience of this area.

Thank Richard S
Reviewed 31 October 2017 via mobile

We traveled they the Dixie National Forest at the beginning of October and the fall colors were spectacular. It was such a peaceful drive without much traffic. This is definitely on our bucket list to do again. Breathtaking scenery.

Thank Beasley33
Reviewed 27 October 2017

We traveled all over Utah, and we were in and out of the Dixie National Forest a lot! It is beautiful country. We were blessed to be there in the fall (first week of October) and the glorious Quaking Aspen Trees were in the height...More

Thank teresa c
Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

Great drive around Dixie national park. Great views and it does not cost to enter. Not too much traffic which made it much more enjoyable.

Thank deb6176
Reviewed 13 October 2017 via mobile

We spent a lot of time driving through this forest and really enjoyed it. It's a beautiful area and you could spend days exploring it.

1  Thank landhk
Reviewed 12 October 2017

Went hiking and taking pictures, breath taking views, i would recommend to all on this visit. take a picnic basket if hiking and a few friends, this is absolutely stunning !

Thank quagemire
Reviewed 10 October 2017

There are stunning views all along this route. Particularly loved the red rock formations at red rock canyon

Thank Robert H
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shelley r
12 June 2016|
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Response from scorpio6737 | Reviewed this property |
I'm pretty sure service dogs are allowed. You can probably check the park website for a definite answer. Some trails at parks allow non-service dogs, some do not. Usually there are signs. :)
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5sunny
15 March 2016|
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Rest of the trip plan LV to Zion Zion to page Page to Bryce Bryce to Lasvegas Hwy 14 - drive going to give different experience can have extra 1-2 hrs on hand if so.
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