Wonderful time to visit Zion National Park

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!

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!

Changes and additions continue at Bumbleberry Inn

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.

Welcome to the new Bumbleberry Blog

New this year is this blog. Hopefully you will find it useful as we tell you more about Bumbleberry and Zion National Park. Currently we are working on the hot tub and deck area around the pool. Everything is torn up but is in the process of being finished. When all is done our guests should find it one of their highlights. The hot tub has a waterfall that flows into the swimming pool as well as nine jets. You and your friends can all enjoy the spacious hot tub and the different jets that we have installed. The pool area will have natural looking stone work around it to help blend in with Zion National Park. Also on order are new window furnishings and bed skirts. With duvees are being made to upgrade the look of the rooms. We have listened to what our guests have asked for and are trying to make your stay the most comfortable that we can. If you have comments and suggestions please let me know. Thanks for your interest in Bumbleberry Inn