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The Ultimate Southwest Vacation includes Dixie National Forest!

Experience the Spectacular Canyon  Country Tour

Stay in Mt. Carmel Jct., the heart of the parks, and visit the treasures of the Southwest.

Mileage: Mt. Carmel Jct.
Cedar Breaks 45 miles
Dixie Forest 22 miles
Zion National Park 12 miles
Bryce Canyon 60 miles
Grand Staircase 9 miles
Red Canyon 47 miles
Sand Dunes 11 miles
North Rim 85 miles
Toroweap 90 miles
South Canyon 75 miles

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In these pages you will find insiders information on Dixie National Forest. This detailed guide includes road maps, park maps, pictures, trail beta, backpacking, history, fees, geology, flora, fauna, campgrounds and things for kids to do.

Making summer memories in the Utah national parks and Utah national monuments.

 

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Directions to Dixie National Forest

From Salt lake City: Take I-15 south, exit at Parowan. Take U-143 south
to Dixie National Forest.
From Las Vegas: Take I-15 north to Cedar City. Take U-14 to Dixie National Forest.
From Mount Carmel Junction: Take US-89 north to U-14 and into Dixie National Forest.
From Arizona: Take US-89 north thru Mount Carmel Junction to U-14 and turn west to Dixie National Forest.

U-14 is also called the Markaguant High Plateau Scenic Byway.

Dixie National Forest

Dixie National Forest has some fun little adventures like caving in Mammoth Cave. Be sure to bring a flashlight for each person; its pitch dark inside.

 

 

 

Cedar Mountain

Just a portion of the immense national forest, but perhaps two of the most popular areas of Dixie National Forest is Cedar Mountain and Red Canyon.

Multiple-use management: Forest Service

The Forest Service uses multiple-use management guidelines. This means that they manage resources in a way that benefits the people, while ensuring the productivity of the land and protecting the quality of the environment.

Focus of the National Park Service

The National Park Service focuses on preservation and education. It serves the people in another way, preserving the natural and cultural resources within their boundaries. The state park system is similar to that of the national parks, but since they are managed on a state level they have fewer restrictions and different rules.

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Just for Fun

There is so much to do in the forest. There are mountain bike trails, hiking trails, backpacking, camping, swimming, fishing, ATV trails, snowmobile trails, caves to explore, wildflowers to smell, lava rock to checkout, Junior Ranger program and nighttime ranger programs in Cedar Breaks. Be sure to see Duck Creek Village, Navajo Lake, Duck Creek and drive out to the many side roads to see unexpected treasures.

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Dixie National Forest

Only after the last tree has been cut down,
Only after the last river has been poisened,
Only after the last fish has been caught
Only then will mankind find that money cannot be eaten.

-- Ancient Saying

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