At Your Leisure - Saturday 10:30 pm / Sunday 9:00 am on ABC 4 Utah

Eagles Landing Manager Ride

Chad and Ria are out with Eagle’s Landing Manager’s ride with Eagle’s Landing owners Mark and Katy Yardley! They are heading out in Beaver County to check out some incredible trails, and awesome historical sites! This ride shows off some of the unique features you can only find in rural Utah! https://www.eagleslandingtravelplaza….

Where To: Reece and Marianne Stein are visiting this one-of-a-kind State Park which is rich in history! Opened to the public as a State Park in 1964, Camp Floyd, named in honor of Secretary of War John Floyd, was built by the army with the help of local citizens. The Army pumped nearly $200,000 into the local economy to build Camp Floyd. Camp followers soon increased the population of Camp Floyd and Fairfield to 7,000, making it the third largest city in the Utah territory. At their height, Camp Floyd was the largest military installation in the United States. Today, all that remains is the Commissary Building, which serves as a Camp Floyd museum, and the cemetery.

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What’s New: Anthony Lujan and Rusty Monson, hosts of the Pitmaster’s Podcast, are on At Your Leisure to show us how to prepare these incredible tomahawk steaks they got from Yardley’s! These tender cuts come locally from Utah, and everything this family-owned and operated company produces is absolutely mouthwatering. Anthony and Rusty are showing us the steps to prep and cook this meat to delight every meat lovers taste buds! www.ayltv.com/beef

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Along The Way: The Utah legislature has recently changed its rules and regulations regarding out of state OHV registration. If a machine is registered in another state, you will now need a permit to hit the incredible trails here in Utah! The permits are valid for one year, they are $30, and the money is used to help make your off-road experience the best it can be! The money will go back into the trail systems, keeping trails open, improving trails, and more!

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