Here is the place to be!

We're minutes away from Huntington Reservoir which offers fishing, boating, paddle boarding, and slack lining.

The Little Grand Canyon is just 26 miles East on the San Rafael Swell; a great place for hiking, biking, sightseeing and four wheeling.

Huntington Canyon (Hwy 31) is a scenic byway and is known for camping, fishing and 4 wheeling in the summer; in the winter you can enjoy sports such as snow and kite boarding, snowmobiling and there’s plenty of wildlife to see all year round.

Buckhorn Draw Pictograph Panel

Huntington Reservoir is a warm-water reservoir; ideal for watersports, fishing, and crawdad catching. This beautifully landscaped state park is 237 acres of boating, swimming and fishing fun- not to mention a perfect picnic spot.

While you're there, make sure to enjoy the Outback Nature Trail. It’s a relaxing 2.7-mile gravel path that takes you around the reservoir and offers front row viewing of waterfowl and other migratory birds. The trail is conveniently joined by the bike trail which begins at Buckhorn RV Park and Resort. 

Where to eat:

Ponderosa Grill                Hometown Market

Lamy's Mexican Grill                BK's Stop-N-Shop


The San Rafael Swell is 2,000 square miles of public land, known for its scenic sandstone formations, deep canyons, desert streams, and expansive panoramas. The Swell is a massive maze of winding canyons, broken fins and buttes in the heart of Utah. The northern Swell, located north of Interstate 70, offers fantastic hiking, backpacking, biking, and camping at all levels of fun. Floating the San Rafael is a popular way to explore the canyon, as well as horseback riding,  and exploring with OHV trails.

Places to Visit

Goblin Valley State Park.

Little Grand Canyon (Wedge Overlook)

Little Wild Horse Canyon

Buckhorn Wash Ancient Petroglyphs and Pictographs

The Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry

Swinging Bridge on the San Rafael River

Temple Mountain

Cedar Mountain Recreation Area

Good Water Rim Trail


The Manti-La Sal National Forest features narrow canyons and broad rolling ridges covered with aspen and spruce. A paved road across this division of the forest is designated as the Energy Loop: Huntington-Eccles Canyons National Scenic Byway. It winds over the Wasatch Plateau at 5,000 to 10,000 feet and is a breathtakingly beautiful biking route. There are several high elevation lakes, and developed areas for fishing and camping. 

Year-round fun and adventure await in this often-overlooked oasis. With vast open spaces and miles of trails, there is plenty of room for everyone.

Things to Do

Cross Country Skiing


OHV And Off-Road

Rock Climbing and Bouldering



Horse Riding & Camping


Nature Viewing

Water Activities

Winter Sports