The cold weather the past week at Six Lakes Resort and Fishing Preserve has brought ice onto most of the lakes the last couple days. There are still a few lakes with open water for those fishermen that want to get in one last open water fishing trip before the lakes completely freeze over by the end of this week. The unusually cold weather has brought early ice to Six Lakes, which is great news for ice fishermen wanting to get in some early season ice fishing in December. Winter is a great time to be at Six Lakes. In this blog we will discuss some of the great winter activities at Six Lakes including great ice fishing.
Families and friends love to spend time together at Six Lakes in December and January celebrating Christmas and New Year’s. It is a great time of year to be at Six Lakes to enjoy some time away with family and friends. It is a beautiful time of year. The snow on the red rocks is a striking contrast and the sun reflecting off the ice and snowflakes is spectacular. There is also lots of wildlife on the Six Lakes Preserve during the winter months. Deer spend the winter on the Six Lakes Preserve and it is gorgeous to watch them walk through the fresh snow and drink out of the streams. Hawks, eagles, rabbits, coyotes, and racoons are also frequently spotted on the preserve during the winter months.
Winter is a great time of year to relax with family and friends by the fire or soak in the hot tub. The chilly evenings in the winter are a great time to soak in the big hot tub at Loon Lodge. The cold night air and the steam rising from the hot tub is the perfect way to relax after a long day. The Loon Lodge also has a great outdoor gas firepit for those guests that want to sit by the fire and watch the stars while they tell stories with family and friends. Both the Loon Lodge and Eagle Cabin have an indoor fireplace for sitting around in the morning and evenings and playing games or talking with loved ones.
We hope to see you this winter at Six Lakes for some Utah ice fishing and winter recreation.