A Christmas Evening

Posted at November 13th, 2014
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Bumbleberry Theatre is happy to announce this year’s Christmas show “A Christmas Evening”. This year’s show brings the warmth of the season with familiar faces as well as a new face or two. It is an evening of music, dance and stories. The show is geared for the entire family. Opening night is November 29th with a matinee at 2 PM and an evening show at 7 PM. New this year are Monday shows. The show runs December 1, 5, 6, and 8th. Saturdays have the 2 pm matinee and the show starts at 7 PM. Tickets can be purchased online at www.bumbleberry,com or by calling 435-772-3224. Come bring in the holidays with us at the Bumbleberry Theatre

New Life on the Farm

Posted at April 15th, 2014
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With springtime comes the new batch of chickens. We have quite the assortment we are raising this year. We have Rhode Island reds to Polish hens. Hopefully we can keep the raccoons out this year. We will be picking up new ducklings this year to replace the old ducks that retired last year. We hope you will stop by and see this chicks and ducklings as they grow. New life on the farm is pretty awesome to watch. Only problem is like all new things they grow up way too fast.

Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Posted at April 8th, 2014
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It is almost here again. Time to meet in the back lawn at Bumbleberry and search for those “elusive” Easter eggs The fun begins at 9:30 am in Saturday April 19th. Everyone is invited to come join in the fun. Make sure you byob. (That means bring your own basket). Oh and don’t forget the camera you’ll want to take pictures of the hunters

Zion in December!

Posted at October 26th, 2010
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The town of Springdale is planning lots of holiday activities for the month of December, Bumbleberry Gift Shop is running great sales and has something for everyone on your shopping list, and with Bumbleberry Inn moving to it’s off-season rates now is the perfect time to plan a weekend get-away!

The best season of the year begins.

Posted at September 7th, 2010
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With Labor Day weekend over Zion National Park enters its next season.  The weather is cooling but yet still warm enough to be comfortable.  Kids are back in school and the trails are perfect for the seasoned hikers or those who want a quiet getaway.  September is a busy time of the year in Springdale so it is always best to call ahead and book your reservations.  Repairs and upgrades are being made on Angels Landing trail to make it an even better experience.  This the perfect time of the year to do my favorite trail, East Rim Trail to Observation Point.  It is a bit of a climb but you don’t have to rush the hike and the vistas from the top on the mountains is more than worth the effort to get there.  There are portable potties up top for your comfort.  Make sure you bring a camera, one that can do panoramic photos would be even better.  Make sure you have your Bumbleberry Pie during your adventures here in Springdale and Zion National Park.

Free Park Day

Posted at August 17th, 2010
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Another “Free Park Day” has come and gone – don’t miss the last 2 of the year!  September 25th and November 11th the park entrance fee is waved which makes it the perfect time to visit Zion.  Get reservations now before they fill up!

Wonderful time to visit Zion National Park

Posted at July 16th, 2010
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I don’t know what it is about July.  As business owners we all talk and it isn’t just here in Springdale.  Seems July is a slow month for visitation to the national parks.  I guess that is a good thing for a visitor because you have all the amenities of a busy season without the crowd of people.  Some say that July is too hot and that is the reason.  July isn’t the hottest month so I don’t really know if that is the real reason.  The reason isn’t important though.  What is important is you can enjoy Zion National Park without a crowd.  You can get into restaurants and gift shops without waiting.  Basically you can enjoy the wonders without the hassles.  With the steep cliffs of Zion you can even do the hikes that are shady all day long and not be in the sun.  Those hikes that are more exposed to the open can be done early morning or late afternoon to avoid the heat.  As always there are the refreshing swimming pools.  Here is another wonderment I have had.  Why would you go into  a hot tub that is 100+ degrees when the outside temperature is 100?  Isn’t the idea of water to cool you down?  What are your thoughts on the reason July is a slow month?  If you have thoughts on either of these questions I would love to hear from you.

Zion National Park is OPEN!

Posted at June 28th, 2010
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Zion Park just announced new construction hours – the road WILL BE OPEN 8am to 8pm and ALL DAY on the weekends and holidays so don’t let the slight construction deter you from visiting!

http://www.nps.gov/zion/parknews/zion-announces-new-road-reconstruction-schedule.htm

We’ve got beautiful weather, great hiking, fantastic new pool and hot tub and as much Bumbleberry Pie as you can eat! Be sure to book your vacation to Zion and Bumbleberry Inn now!

Back by Popular Demand!

Posted at June 20th, 2010
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The miniature goats are back by popular demand and have acclimated to their new surroundings.  The rambunctious crew (six in all) are very friendly and love to be fed by guests so be sure to visit them while enjoying your stay.  Names are still pending so be sure to check back soon or leave a comment with suggestions!

Changes and additions continue at Bumbleberry Inn

Posted at May 19th, 2010
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The new pool area and hot tub are finished with just a couple of finishing touches needed to be done. We also have planted 6 trees and started a new park with a picnic area. The requests for the mini-goats to return was so overwhelming we have brought back 6 of them for your enjoyment.