Every Monday night in August, as soon as it gets dark (around 9 p.m.), our Parks and Recreation Department projects a movie onto a 25-foot inflatable screen at Rock Canyon Park! (2620 N 1200 E) The public is invited to bring blankets and lawn chairs to watch from the hillside, which completely fills up by the […]
Mark your calendar for Saturday, June 7, 2014 for National Trails Day! Provo City and the Rock Canyon Preservation Alliance are celebrating Provo’s trail system by hosting three events at the Rock Canyon Trailhead Park. Rock Canyon is used and loved by families, hikers, students, Scouts, rock climbers, and nature enthusiasts. This will be a great time to […]
We just may have crashed the Internet yesterday during the Rock Canyon announcement! After I put this post on my Facebook page and announced that I would unlock a clue to #WhatsNext in Provo, the post went viral within the community. Thousands of people tried to get online to hear the announcement the same time connections went down. Since then, Rock […]
Provo is consistently recognized nationally for its outstanding quality of life, well-being, and as a beautiful place to live with unbelievable recreational opportunities. I’m excited to say that today gives one more reason to brag. Provo City has announced that we have reached an agreement with the Davis Family and Red Slab to purchase Rock […]
BASE JUMP SHOWCASE: Squaw Peak from Josh Lloyd on Vimeo. Check out this awesome video with Clayton Hoyt Butler & Amber Bellows as they base-jump off of Squaw Peak in Rock Canyon. Here are a few words from them as they urge everyone to get outside and live a little — “Go on a nature […]
Chief Gary Jolley reports the fire is under control. There will still be some air operations and hand crews working on the hot spots tomorrow morning. Rock Canyon Park and the trail head are still closed to the public. Thanks, Provo Fire and Rescue. You’re the best!
Photo by Ginger Woolley
Richard Davis does not own 100 percent of the Rock Canyon property he and Greg Sperry purchased in 1998, according to a memorandum decision recently issued by 4th District Court Judge James Taylor. The ruling issued Nov. 17, 2010, states that Red Slab, LLC, which state Sen. John Valentine, R-Orem, and law partner Phil Lowry […]