GSENM, the flagship of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) National Landscape Conservation System, in partnership with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the Scenic Byway 12 Foundation decided it was time to give the overlook a face-lift.
This page addresses the most common questions about the 2013 deer hunt. Please keep in mind that this information is subject to change and may be updated at any time.
From 12pm-4pm demonstration and education stations will be on hand to teach you all about different winter activites. Come learn how to snow shoe, cross-country ski, ice skate, snowmobile, sled, and ice fish.
With its beautiful and unique landscapes and world-class facilities, Utah leads the nation in outdoor recreation. Opportunities for outdoor recreation in Utah are as diverse as the people who enjoy them.
A golden opportunity to find out is waiting for you Jan 22. That's the day the Division of Wildlife Resources and the Buckhorn Archery Club will host a free archery shoot in the Emery County Recreation Center in Castle Dale. The recreation center is on the east side of the Emery County Fairgrounds, 75 E. 400 S. in Castle Dale.
Officials with the Division of Wildlife Resources are concerned about cold temperatures and how those temperatures might affect deer if the weather doesn't warm up soon.
State Parks and Recreation has created a new interactive snowmobile trails map. Find where the nearest trailheads are for your Utah snowmobiling adventure.
From January 24-26, 2013, the public can enjoy a wide variety of fun and exciting educational events to learn more about the region’s vast species of birds during the three-day “2013 St. George Winter Bird Festival”.
Join the Antelope Island ranch curator at 1:00 p.m. on January 26 at the Fielding Garr Ranch for a moderate 4 mile hike to Mushroom Springs discussing the island’s history surrounding the use of water.
Soldier Hollow, the 2002 Winter Olympic facility for biathlon, cross-country and nordic combined (http://www.soldierhollow.com/), is a thriving Legacy facility with over 100,000 guests annually, participating in activities at Soldier Hollow.
Two state wildlife agencies, five chambers of commerce and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) have teamed up to fight a finned invader in Flaming Gorge Reservoir.
On Nov. 10, 2012, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Conservation Officer Brent Kasza and Branden Davis received information regarding wasted deer. Officers Kasza and Davis responded to the scene where they located four dead buck deer.
The Comet Bobsled ride is a highly physical and extreme experience, generating up to 4-5 times the force of gravity.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah Monticello Field Office is seeking public comment on the Draft Business Plan for the San Juan River. Every year, more than11,000 visitors take river trips in San Juan County, where BLM management of public lands and waters supports jobs and boosts the local economy.
Many waters in Utah provide good ice fishing year after year. "In my opinion, Utah has some of the best ice fishing in the country," says Drew Cushing, sport fisheries coordinator for the Division of Wildlife Resources.
The story below is the third in a four-part series about a fun activity to do in Utah in the winter — ice fishing! The series will explain the benefits of fishing through the ice and provide tips to get beginning anglers started.
After December 31, 2012, no one may operate a PWC that does not meet the 2006 emission standards set by EPA for the manufacturing of two-stroke engines.
Beginning with the 2013 boating season, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) river permitting system for the Desolation and Gray Canyons on the Green River will change for private boaters from a first-come-first-served, call-in reservation process to an online lottery reservation process on the Recreation.gov website.
Register for all 3 events, enter your largest measured trout caught at each event and the person with largest total measurements wins the grand prize-an $800 gift certificate to Sportsman's Warehouse awarded at the Starvation tournament.
In conjunction with America's State Parks' second annual First Day Hikes initiative, Antelope Island and Coral Pink Sand Dunes state parks host special New Year's Day hikes.
An evening full of fun and entertainment for the whole family! At an affordable price! $2.00 admission or $1.00 admission with a non-perishable food donation, $2.50 skate rental
Box Elder County residents and visitors will have a rare opportunity to catch a little more magic this christmas because Fantasy at the Bay will be back at Willard Bay State Park for the 10th consecutive year. The light park opens: Friday, November 23rd and runs through Monday December 31st.
Rules that guide how falcons are used to hunt wild game in Utah will be discussed at an upcoming series of public meetings.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and the Utah Department of Natural Resources are pleased to announce the selection of Greg Sheehan as the new director of the Division of Wildlife Resources. Sheehan, a department employee with 20 years' experience, has been the DWR's Administrative Services chief since 2002.
Use this itinerary to plan a hands-on tour through this bright, desert region, full of ancient history and intrigue. You'll wander where ancient Native American civilizations developed and thrived and handle remnants of their cultures. You'll walk under a huge, natural stone bridge and stand in four states at once. The list of stops is diverse; it will be an adventure you'll never forget.
Utah is home to 14 world-class ski & snowboard resorts, 11 located within an hour of Salt Lake City International Airport. Collectively, Utah's resorts are home to over 26,000 skiable acres of the most accessible terrain in North America.
Early December is the perfect time to see Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. That's why Division of Wildlife Resources personnel have chosen Dec. 1 as the day to hold Utah's annual Bighorn Sheep Watch.
The holiday season is coming and thousands of people every year cut their Christmas tree from national forests. Cutting a Christmas tree in a national forest is a family tradition for many residents of Utah.
This year the National Park Service will honor America's warriors with free entrance to all parks for all visitors, over the three day Veterans Day weekend.
After you've reviewed the ideas, you can let your Regional Advisory Council members know your thoughts by attending your upcoming RAC meeting or by sending an email to them.
Explore the intriguing occupation of the Four Corners region by Native American peoples. Travel the archaeological heartland of America while crossing the beautiful and diverse landscapes of the Colorado Plateau. Photo: Troy Cline
Almost 200 head of bison will be auctioned at Antelope Island State Park on November 10th.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources reports, during the first six months of 2012, wildlife crossing structures have allowed more than 300 deer to safely pass at two of the state’s busy highway crossings.
Price Canyon Recreation Area may also be temporarily closed during the week of October 21 for a prescribed fire burn if weather allows. This project is located in Price Canyon next to the Price Canyon Campground.
As fall progresses, cooler water temperatures make the water at all levels of a lake or reservoir more attractive to trout. The cool temperatures bring big fish to areas where anglers can catch them by casting from shore or trolling from a boat.
Only Utah residents can apply for sportsman permits. One sportsman permit is offered for each of the following species: Desert bighorn ram, Rocky Mountain bighorn ram, buck deer, buck pronghorn, bull elk, bull moose, hunter's choice bison and hunter's choice Rocky Mountain goat.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Price Field Office is announcing a 30-day opportunity for the public to provide input on proposed changes to its river permitting system for the Desolation and Gray Canyons of the Green River.
A phone call to the Utah Division of Wildlife Turn-in-a-Poacher (UTiP) hotline prompted an investigation and successful prosecution of three Colorado residents in the illegal taking of a 4x4 buck and doe deer. The incident occurred three miles outside the Colorado border in Utah's Book Cliffs back in November 2011.
Friday, Oct 26, will be the main push to move the bison from the southern portion of the Island to the handling facilities on the North end of the island. Saturday any bison left on the range will be moved to the handling facilities.
Come in your costume and encounter ghosts, goblins and other ghastly beings along a 1.5 mile route through the shadowy streets of Hyrum City and Hyrum State Park! Register online by Oct. 19th for this first-ever haunted walk/run.