Open March 25 - November 3
930 North Vernal Avenue
Vernal, UT 84078Get Directions
RV Sites, Tent Sites
Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
All Cabins, Woody Tent, Tipi
Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
Rocky Mtn demo bikes, group rides, kid's activities, fundraiser items (Thule T2 pro bike rack and more!), Original Guys' Grill, and good times!
Northeastern Utah Mountain Bikers, NUMB, is a growing mountain biking organization located in Vernal, Utah. NUMB works with local businesses, government agencies, and the community to promote a safe mountain biking experience for all mountain bikers. NUMB reaches out to the community to teach safe mountain biking practices, trail etiquette, and awareness. Not only do we reach out to mountain bikers, we reach out to those that do not mountain bike in hopes to make them aware of the presence of mountain bikers as we are sharing an enjoying our public lands. We work diligently to build and maintain high quality trails that are sustainable and accommodating to mountain bikers of all skill levels.
Uintah County Fair Featuring:
Vernal HOTTEST event of the summer! The Annual Red Fleet Paddle Fest. Join us for 2 incredible days on the water at Red Fleet State Park. This is a Paddle Only event. No motorized boats. GIANT Water Slide down the boat ramp, live music on Saturday afternoon and night, fireworks, on the water contests, guided Dinosaur Track way tours, vendors and food trucks. Homemade Raft Contest $500 for Adults and $100 for kids.
The Outlaw Trail Theater is community theater at its best! Literally, hundreds of local actors, singers, dancers and theater technicians have acquired thousands of hours of experience in this highly successful and popular venue. Broadway musicals, musicals about outlaws that frequented the local area, such as Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, melodramas and comedies have delighted the locals and tourists for over three decades. These community theater productions have been produced, directed, choreographed and performed by local, very talented people.
The DinoTri is back, and it is absolutely a triathletes dream race. The course scenery is absolute eye candy with views that will leave you speechless, volunteers that embrace you as an athlete, and a course that has both elements of extreme speed and brutal physical demands. Everything a Triathlete needs. Everything a Triathlete wants.
The Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo presented by BHI is one of the best professional rodeos in North America today and one of the largest events in the Uintah Basin. Our rodeo has been nominated eight times as one of the top five large outdoor rodeos in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.
The Real McCoy trail run is almost entirely single track trail with a lot of ups and downs. Developed by locals, it is truly a world class trail.You can choose to run the approximately 12.5 mile Full McCoy or the 5k version of this event. Both distances get awesome SWAG with a little something extra for the Full McCoy runners.
Beginning at 9:30 p.m., we will learn about the stars using telescopes and activities provided by the Astronomical Society from BYU. Telescopes and activities will be set up in the park next to the library (parking lot lights will be turned off for this event). In the case of inclement weather or cloud cover, we will have a powerpoint presentation and activities inside the library. Refreshments will be served. Open to all ages.
The Utah Division of Parks and Recreation is excited to announce our annual Military Appreciation Day set for Saturday, August 10, 2019.=14pxAs part of the celebration, all Utah State Parks* will offer free day-use entrance for active military, veterans, and their family in the same vehicle. =14pxMany of these parks will also be hosting fun events to celebrate.
This 50 mile race course will take you through a very scenic back way through the Ashley National Forest. This course will begin at 8,800 feet, climbing up to 10,000 feet before entering the finish at Remember the Main park at 5,800 feet. This course is mostly on dirt roads. Iron Springs Campground begins the race from the Red Cloud Scenic Loop. The course follows the road to the highest heights, returning to the Red Cloud loop scenic road. The course then follows the road down Brownie Canyon into Dry fork Canyon finishing up at Remember the Main Park. These various 8 legs will be a beautiful adventure for even the average runner! Gather your closest friends and run a very scenic relay race that will be a memory for a lifetime.