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Cannonville, UT 84718Get Directions
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If you've ever wanted to view the night sky in all it's glory, then you may be coming to the right place! The views are spectacular and you won't even have to leave your campsite. You may even witness a meteor shower!
Visit the link provided to help you see what's happening in our solar system during your stay with us.
The Perseid meteor shower is one of the best that you can observe. It produces up to 60 meteors per hour at its peak. Discovered in 1862, it was produced by the comet Swift-Tuttle. Perseid is most famous for producing a large number of bright meteors. The shower can be seen from July 17 to August 24 and runs annually.
This year it peaks on the night of August 12 and the morning of August 13. A thin crescent moon will set early in the evening and leave the sky dark for what promises to be an excellent display. The meteors will radiate from the constellation Perseus and can appear anywhere in the sky. For best viewing, you will want to be in a dark location after midnight. Perfect from our campground!
There's nothing quite like fall weather in the canyon and there's nothing quite like participating in a marathon that is along one of the most scenic highways in the world. Combine the two and you get a little slice of bliss.
For more information on this marathon you can visit the website:
Mark your calendar for these fee-free dates in 2019 with the National Park system
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
First Day of National Park Week
National Park Service Anniversary
National Public Lands Day
While visiting the wild west, you'll want to be sure to take in a rodeo and watch the cowboys try to ride a bucking bronco or bull. This is great entertainment for the entire family. The rodeo is held throughout the summer.
For more details, please visit the Registration Desk during your stay with us.
Come out to the launch field every morning at 6:30 a.m. and help pilots launch their hot air balloons and you just might be asked to go or a ride! Public parking is available at the baseball complex. Signs will be posted. Visit Panguitch's Historic Downtown on Saturday evening at dusk and witness the awe-inspiring spectacle of balloons glowing up and down Main and Center Streets. Get there early and help pilots inflate their balloons!
Children are welcome to help pilots weigh down the balloon baskets.
For more information visit: http://panguitch.com/event/panguitch-valley-balloon-rally/
Join Bryce Canyon National Park for their 19th Annual Astronomy Festival. There are plenty of activities to do during this four day event and many cool things to see!
More information see the website link provided.
Join the in the fun with race volunteer staff and other community members for dinner and live music, just a couple of short blocks away from the campground, at our beautiful Cannonville Town Park.
Dinner will be served starting 6 pm on the evening of Friday July 12th. Cost: $8 adult / $5 child (12 and under) (Prices subject to change.)
For more information visit: http://www.brycecanyonhalfmarathon.com/
Stay the night at our campground and be moments away from where all of the activities will take place!
Join 2,000 runners early in the morning for the half-marathon beginning in Bryce Canyon City and ending at the Cannonville town park, just 2 blocks from our campground, or enter the 5K run/walk in Cannonville, UT.
"Half Marathon: 6:00A.M. - Starts in Bryce Canyon City - Ends in Cannonville Park. The 1/2 Marathon starts on Hwy 63, Bryce. Start elev. 7,652 ft - Finish at 5,800 ft. 5K Run/Walk: 6:30A.M. - 5K Run/Walk in Cannonville. If you're not interested in competing for cash, or would simply rather endure a shorter distance, start at 6:30 AM in Cannonville for the 5K Run/Walk. The 5K is an out and back in Cannonville on the road to Kodachrome State Park."
Visit the website: https://www.halfmarathons.net/course-map-bryce-canyon-half-marathon/ for more information.
The annual Pioneer Day Parade will be hosted in the town of Tropic, only 5 miles down the road from our campground. Come join in the fun as we celebrate the first group of Mormon pioneer settlers that came into this beautiful state of Utah.
More details available at our Registration Desk.
Bryce Canyon will host their eighth annual Geology Festival (GeoFest). Activities and programs for all ages will be available including hikes at various trail heads throughout the park. You can obtain tickets for the activities at Bryce Canyon Visitor Center.
Please check the link provided for more details.
Come camp with us and go join in the fun with the Bryce ATV Rally! You'll be able to drive your ATV through some of the most beautiful areas in the country in Garfield County. For more information on the rally click on the link provided.
Come help us celebrate 15 years of art inspired by this region.
Discover what Everett Ruess Days are all about.
See various artists that will be working in the region during this week.
Witness the Plein Air Competition: Friday, September 20-29, 2019
Food, arts & crafts, vendors and live music all day. Highlights include silent art auction and speakers series
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