We celebrated our 5 year anniversary on 11/11/20 at Tibble Fork Reservoir and topped the day off by getting officially engaged! We went sledding with our German Shepherd, Sequoia, and took self portraits in the Utah snow!
When you run a business together, raise a gorgeous dog together, and move across the country multiple times together, you figure out quickly if this person is “THE ONE!” Bree and I knew we were soulmates from the moment we met, but making it “official” was LONG overdue!
We love Tibble Fork because it’s dog friendly, close to our home, and picture-perfect!! So far we’ve been to the reservoir during summer, fall, and winter – each season brings its unique beauty!
When is the best time of year to visit Tibble Fork Reservoir?
We recommend visiting Tibble Fork in the winter so you can go sledding or have a snowball fight! The white snow and rocky mountains make for great photos!
Where is Tibble Fork Reservoir?
Tibble Fork is located less than 70 miles southwest of Salt Lake City international airport.
Do you need 4WD vehicle or snow chains to visit Tibble Fork Reservoir in winter?
We recommend having 4WD, snow tires, or snow chains while visiting Tibble Fork in the winter to avoid an accident in the ice!
Where should you stay while visiting Tibble Fork?
We recommend staying at a local hotel or Airbnb while visiting Tibble Fork Reservoir! We’ve included a list of available Airbnbs below:
Bree + Stephen are adventurous entrepreneurs based in Salt Lake City, Utah! They’re pioneers of the NO BS Podcast and hosts of their YouTube channel where they share travel videos, business tutorials, and lifestyle content! They live with their German Shepherd, Sequoia and are usually chugging coffee while on their way to a hike! Please contact for business inquiries or questions about this article!