Tag Archives: Bluff Fort

13 Family-Friendly Activities in Southeastern Utah

Planning to visit Utah’s Canyon Country with your family this fall and looking for things to do?  This list of family-friendly activities is for you! 1. Go Back in Time at the Bluff Fort   No trip to Bluff is … Continue reading

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Geocaching in San Juan County, UT!

Up until last fall, I had never gone geocaching.  I’m not sure why, it’s always seemed like something that I would really enjoy.  In fact, my husband and I actually found a cache once when we were still living in … Continue reading

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Utah Navajo Fair Parade 2014

The parade at the Utah Navajo Fair in Bluff is definitely my favorite San Juan County parade.  First of all, the weather in Bluff in mid-September is PERFECT!  And now that I’m a mom (of a child with severe food … Continue reading

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Bluff Fort Co-Op Store Dedication

This past weekend my husband, son, and I headed down to Bluff for the dedication ceremony for the new Co-Op Store at the Bluff Fort.  The Co-Op store was actually finished in the spring and officially opened to the public … Continue reading

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Things to See & Do in San Juan County, Utah During the Government Shutdown

Unfortunately, our National Parks and Monuments are currently closed due to the government shutdown. Our toll-free information line has been ringing off the hook for the past day and a half with calls from visitors who are about to head … Continue reading

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San Juan County Junior Passport Program

The San Juan County Economic Development & Visitor Services office is launching a new promotional campaign this summer to encourage local students & their families, to get out and enjoy all the parks, monuments, museums, and attractions we have right … Continue reading

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The Making of the ‘San Juan County – Utah’s Canyon Country’ Video

Last fall we were just beginning to work on our new website (which is up and running and can be viewed HERE) and we spent 2 1/2 days working with a photo and video crew shooting all over San Juan … Continue reading

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