Celebrate the holiday season with a day playing in the snow, drinking hot coco, and adventuring to find the perfect Christmas tree in southwest Utah. Whether tree cutting is already a household tradition, or this year marks the start of a new one, a Christmas chopping trip it is a great way to get outside, explore the diverse landscapes of the Dixie National Forest and Bureau of Land Management, and spend time connecting with family.
Are you looking for a fun, family friendly, affordable way to celebrate the Christmas season? How about Christmas at the Homestead — the Frontier Homestead State Park Museum, that is! The Utah Shakespeare Festival and the popular state park in Cedar City are once again partnering to provide a Christmas celebration for area residents and visitors.
Cedar City is surrounded by the perfect combination of the Greatest Snow on Earth™, Utah’s Mighty Five™ National Parks and a winter agenda filled to the brim with holiday events. This season, the Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau invites you to enjoy all of the above (and more) with a few of our favorite holiday activities.
Tranquil Downtown will get a little wild and wooly on Saturday, October 29th at 10 a.m. when Cedar City’s Annual Sheep Parade herds its way down Main Street. Considered one of the most unique parades in the country, over 1,000 head of sheep will follow the historic Livestock Trail down Cedar City’s Main Street!
Cedar Breaks National Monument hosts weekly Star Parties throughout the summer. Join them each Saturday night through Labor Day weekend.
Party with the Stars Spending time outdoors is one of the highlights of the summer and seeing the Milky Way (or for some city folks, seeing the stars) can be the highlight of a lifetime. This summer, Cedar Breaks National Monument is giving everyone the chance to fully-experience the stars by extending their summer Star […]
Do you want to treat your mom this Mother’s Day. Make her feel special and loved with these five exceptional celebration ideas.
Day Light Savings got you down? Spring forward with these 7 events! March 19th | Annual Color Festival Celebrate the beginning of spring with the third annual Color Festival held at the Southern Utah University baseball fields (351 W University Blvd, Cedar City). All proceeds we raise will go for children who live in India […]
Written By Kenzie Lundberg 2016 marks the Centennial of the National Parks Service and throughout the year, NPS will engage in a broad public campaign called “Find Your Park” to reintroduce national parks, monuments, recreation areas and historical sites to a new generation of Americans. Parks100, along with the Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism […]
Are you looking for a fun, family friendly, affordable way to celebrate the Christmas season? How about Christmas at the Homestead—the Frontier Homestead State Park Museum, that is! The Utah Shakespeare Festival and the popular state park in Cedar City are once again partnering to provide a weeklong Christmas celebration December 7 to 12 from […]