‘Favorite Places in San Juan County’ Giveaway!

Utah's Canyon Country Thermos, Travel Cup, & Water Bottle

We’d like to hear from you…

Where is your favorite place to visit in San Juan County?  I know it’s hard to pick just one, but for the sake of our contest please try! Leave a comment telling us where your favorite place is and why you love it, and you’ll be entered to win your choice of one of the prizes pictured here.

Haven’t made it to San Juan County yet?  That’s okay!  Just leave a comment telling us where you’d like to visit and why, and you’ll be entered to win too!  (If you need some help figuring out what attractions are located in San Juan County, here’s a LINK to our brochure)

This contest will run until 12:00pm (noon) MDT September 15, 2011 and the winner will be selected at random.  The winner’s name will be announced both on this blog, and on our facebook page, so be sure to watch for your name!  The winner will get his/her choice of one of the items in the picture above. (Utah’s Canyon Country Thermos, Travel Cup, or Water Bottle)

We’re planning to start doing LOTS of givaways and contests, so be sure to ‘Like’ our facebook page to find out when we post other contests so you don’t miss out!

Good luck everyone, I can’t wait to hear what you all LOVE about San Juan County!

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31 Responses to ‘Favorite Places in San Juan County’ Giveaway!

  1. The Slot Canyons and Lake Powell of Course. San Juan County has a ton of outdoor recreational possibilities and they all rock (pun intended)! I am so glad that I moved to the area and get to experience it in HD for real.

  2. Maxine Schafer says:

    Bulter Wash Road. Everytime we drive that road all I think about are the hidden gems within the Canyons of the Comb. When you dive it for the 1st time you have no idea where all those little turn offs lead to. Each one leads you down a trail of secret wonder.

  3. Mary says:

    I want to visit it all and I have a trip planned for November – Hovenweep or Canyonlands look really interesting for a start!

  4. Sarah says:

    I want to visit Canyonlands, Monument Valley, and a million ruins I’ve seen pictures of but don’t know the names of! Also…restaurants. Lots and lots of restaurants. I don’t know if other people consider them “attractions” but they are to me.

    • Sarah: Depending upon how much hiking you’re willing to do, three of my favorite areas for ruins are Butler Wash (both N and S of 95), the Grand Gulch area W of 261, S of 95), and South Mule Canyon (N of 95, E of 261). Happy hunting!

  5. Dallas and Michael Peterson says:

    It just sounds like a fun place to visit

  6. Melissa says:

    I’d like to visit Canyonlands, Hovenweep, and Natural Bridges Monument. For food, I definitely want to go to Peace Tree–I’ve seen WAY too many pictures of their food and would LOVE to eat there!

  7. bev. lewis says:

    l want to visit Canyonlands and Arches.

  8. Jessica Schauf says:

    I like seeing the hieroglyphics and the cactus plants. And the jackalopes.

  9. Thomas Moreau says:

    The most awesome, scenic mountain bike ride in the Southwest United States is in San Juan County. It’s the White Rim Trail through Canyonlands N.P. Whether you take four days or make it an epic one day ride, it never fails to delight.

  10. Paul leatherbury says:

    Anywhere on comb ridge

  11. Mike Hoffman says:

    Valley of the Gods and all it’s many faces…

  12. Sandy says:

    Bluff, Utah of course! A tiny town full of history, art, scientists, outdoor activities and scenic views. =)

  13. Kristen Thayn says:

    I basically grew up in Cayonlands, so I think it’s the most beautiful place on earth.

  14. Rachael says:

    I really want to visit Lake Powell! People from work have done the houseboat thing and I think that sounds amazing, add a few kayaks and it’s perfect! Also, the Canyonlands National Park–so many places to visit that I wish I had more vacation time!

  15. Pixie S says:

    Natural Bridges National Monument is a hidden treasure in the middle of this huge juniper forest. The bridges are beautiful, the artifacts amazing and the wildlife is wonderful!!

  16. Bill Clark says:

    Comb Ridge rock art, ruins and wildlife like the tiger salamander.

  17. Chef Schauf says:

    Nothing like spending time on the San Juan or the Green Rivers with Friends. There will always be a place in my heart for the entire area. Monkey Wrench Gang, still working hard.

  18. Mark Smith says:

    JUst mved to Utah last year and havent had time to see much. BUt San Juan County is definately one of our destiations.

    I would like to go to the Pueblo ruins in Cedar Mesa, Rainbow Bridge and Natural Bridges. Cant Wait!

  19. Kim Ryan says:

    You can’t go wrong anywhere in San Juan County but Indian Creek and Montezuma Canyon have me mesmerized 🙂

  20. Jennifer Davila says:

    Sitting on the edge of Muley Point at sunset… can’t beat the view 🙂

  21. Daisy k. says:

    Monument Valley! So beautiful and serene. Would love to go hiking and take pictures there.

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