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Southeast Recreational Travel Guide

Culture & History in Southeast Utah

You can't visit the region without learning its rich history! Much of the area has museums, dinosaur quarries, as well as Native American, Pioneer, and even Spanish Traders & Explorers' historical markers.

fossil quarry sign

Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry

Known for having the densest concentration of Jurassic dinosaur fossils ever found, this quarry is sure to make one wonder what life was like there millions of years ago.


Ninemile Canyon

Ironically being over 40 miles long, Ninemile Canyon is the world's longest art gallery made by Fremont culture and Ute peoples.


Museum of the San Rafael

Take a journey through the past while looking at dinosaur fossils, Native American artifacts, and biographies of local settlers.

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The Swinging Bridge

Although some wouldn't consider a bridge being a significant part of history, the Swinging Bridge was the only bridge that crossed the San Rafael River for more than 55 years. Still standing, you can admire the craftsmanship as well as the river below.

Southeast Utah Adventure Travel Guide

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