Location

Rockin’ R Ranch in Antimony, Utah

As you round the last bend in the road before entering Antimony, your eyes will be drawn to the thousand acres of lush green meadows of the Rockin’ R Ranch. Farming and ranching are staples of the economy in this small community which boasts a population of 125 people (give or take a few).

459 N. Main, Antimony, UT 84712
801.382.8840
info@rockinrranch.com

Southern Utah Color Country

The Heart of the Scenic Grand Circle

Bryce Canyon National Park

Known for its spectacular hoodoos, fiery colors, and endless vistas, Bryce Canyon is only 45 minutes south of the Rockin’ R Ranch.

Canyonlands National Park

A wonderland of plateaus, water-carved canyons, and plenty of scenic drives with grand overlooks and hikes.

Zions National Park

Utah’s oldest National Park features sandstone monoliths, slotted canyons, hanging gardens, and refreshing waterfalls.

Capitol Reef National Park

The rugged landscape is a maze of brightly colored cliffs and canyons that the Paiute Indians called “the Land of the Sleeping Rainbow.”

Grand Canyon (North Rim)

Avoid the crowds on the more popular South Rim, and enjoy spectacular views on the quieter and less-visited North Rim of the Grand Canyon.

Fremont Indian State Park

Discover artifacts, petroglyphs, and pictographs left behind centuries ago at the largest known Fremont Indian village ever uncovered.

Arches National Park

Home to Landscape Arch, the longest natural arch in the world, and Delicate Arch, the most recognizable one. Beauty abounds here.

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Almost two million acres of sandstone canyons, plateaus, cliffs and unique rock formations.

Anasazi Indian Village State

Step back in time to 1050 A.D. when the Fremont and Kayenta Anasazi occupied this area, one of the largest Anasazi communities west of the Colorado River.

Butch Cassidy Boyhood Home

This boyhood home of the famous outlaw, Butch Cassidy, is just south of Circleville and has recently been restored and is open to visitors.

Otter Creek Lake State Park

Only three miles north of the Rockin’ R, Otter Creek Lake is home to world-class trout fishing. ATV riders can also access the famous Paiute Trail from here.

Escalante Petrified Forest State Park

A showcase of petrified wood and fossilized dinosaur bones. You’ll find huge petrified logs, some almost five feet wide, alongside hiking trails.

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Nearby Airports

The Rockin’ R Ranch is approximately 4 hours from two major International Airports, and 2 ½ hours from two smaller Regional Airports. If your trip to Utah and the Rockin’ R Ranch brings you by airplane, there are four options to choose from.

Airport Information

  • “Thank you for the great time we had on the Rockin R’ Ranch! Horseriding was so great as well as the tubing of course! Hope we’ll be here once again.”

    — Isabel & Tobi from Germany

  • “Our family just returned to Fort Worth, Texas from our 4 day Rockin’ R Ranch vacation, and we cannot stop telling everyone around us about all of the adventures we had! Our 4 boys put down their game systems and happily discovered the wonders of the great outdoors, a huge accomplishment! There are too many standout staff members to name them individually. Every activity went above and beyond our expectation. Thank you for creating some of our most favorite family memories!”

    — The Bouck Family

  • “Had a terrific time at the ranch. It was everything we were hoping for & much more. Great food, activities were memorable, especially rodeo. Amazed us all that so many others were there, but the organization of our meals, activities was amazing. Really had a great memory for all of us. Thanks.”

    — Allen Wilson, Utah

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The Rockin’ R Ranch offers a Western Experience that includes fixens, tons of activities and a place to lay yer head. Our Rates are great!

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