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Consider traveling late spring through fall. Summer can get a bit hot during the day, but many reservoirs and rivers make for great cooling off experiences.

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Utah’s Fruit Way: Harvest Time Along Old Highway 89 6 min read

Headed to Bear Lake, Golden Spike National Historical Park, or the Bear Lake Migratory Bird Refuge? Stock up with fresh road-trip snacks and dinner provisions direct from family-run farm stands, all within a stone’s throw of the region’s many historic farms and orchards.

Darby Doyle
Darby Doyle
Freelance Writer, Culinary Historian, Booze Geek
Lakeside Near Torrey: Three Ways

While lake time in the high desert may seem counterintuitive, the Torrey-area is not your cookie-cutter destination. Here we offer three places to cool off on the red rock road-less-traveled.

Melissa Fields
Melissa Fields
Basecamp St. George

For travelers heading to Zion National Park or anywhere near southwestern Utah, plan to spend two to four days in St. George — one of Utah’s best kept secrets.

Elainna Ciaramella
Elainna Ciaramella