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  • Utah State Parks Events May 9th - May 11th
    by USP News
    Published - 04/29/14 - 11:00 AM | 0 0 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Geology hike on Antelope Island. USP Photo
    Geology hike on Antelope Island. USP Photo
    Stellar jay. USP Photo
    Stellar jay. USP Photo
    (SALT LAKE CITY, Utah) - Utah State Parks Events May 9th - May 11th:

    May 9 Antelope Island State Park - Syracuse

    Evening Geology Hike: Join us at 6:30 p.m., for a five-mile round trip hike along the Lakeside Trail and a discussion of the history of Lake Bonneville, the granddaddy of Great Salt Lake. Meet at the Lakeside Trailhead (Bridger Bay Campground, site 8). Entrance fees apply. 801-721-9569

    May 10 Snow Canyon State Park - Ivins

    Nature's Bounty: Join us at 8 a.m., to learn how to identify traditional uses of some of Snow Canyon’s edible and medicinal plants during this 1.5-mile, round trip hike. Space is limited and registration is required. 435-628-2255

    May 10 Antelope Island State Park - Syracuse

    Guided Ranch Tour: Join us at 11 a.m. or 2 p.m., for a guided tour with the curator at the Fielding Garr Ranch. See the entire ranch site from the original ranch house, shearing barns and corrals. 801-649-5742

    May 10 Goblin Valley State Park – Green River

    Hike to Goblin’s Lair: Goblin Valley State Park is home to an expansive cavern with skylights and ceilings 70 feet high! Join us at 3 p.m., for a three-mile round trip backcountry adventure to this hidden treasure that only a handful of visitors have ever seen. One liter of water per person is recommended. As with a descent into any unimproved cavern, some rock scrambling is involved. Meet at the Carmel Canyon Trailhead in the observation point parking lot. 435-275-4584

    May 11 Dead Horse Point State Park – Moab

    Bird Walk: Join us at 7 a.m., for an early morning bird walk to hear and see birds migrating through the area. Participants should bring binoculars, sturdy shoes, drinking water and meet at the visitor center's main entrance. 435-259-2614

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