Tag : State Park

Snow Canyon State Park Utah Sand Dunes

  Snow Canyon State Park is a small park near St. George, Utah which has a campground and over 38 miles of hiking trails along with some bike and equestrian trails.  The park is known for its red rocks and sand dunes amongst other things. Lava Flow Trail The Lava Flow trail is a rocky lava trail which leads to …

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Sand Hollow State Park Hurricane Utah

Westside Campground at Sand Hollow State Park in southern Utah is one of our favorite campgrounds. We like the spaciousness and privacy of the sites and we love the views.  The campground has easy access to Hurricane, Washington City, St George, and hundreds of hiking trails. The only negative would be the road noise in the late afternoon if you …

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Laughlin Nevada Big Bend of the Colorado

Campground:  Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area Location:  Just south of Laughlin, Nevada Site:  22 (pull-thru) Cost: $30 Services: FHU (50 AMP) Comments:  We love, love, love this campground and wish all campgrounds were designed like this one. What we really like is the spaciousness, privacy, neatness of the sites, fabulous views, access to the river, and great …

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Anza Borrego State Park Wilson Trail

Wilson Trail Our favorite trail, about 9 miles long round-trip, is Wilson Trail which is the western part of Anza Borrego State Park and sits around 3,500 to 4,300 feet above sea level which is well above the 600′ elevation of Borrego Springs.  This makes for a great way to find some much cooler weather in the warmer months of …

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Anza Borrego State Park Coyote Canyon

There is so much to do in the Anza Borrego State Park area including in the town of Borrego Springs. Many people think there is nothing to do out there in the barren desert but for some reason we keep coming back and never seem to run out of things to do. There are, reportedly, over 500 miles of dirt …

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Anza Borrego State Park Palm Canyon Campground

Palm Canyon Campground is our usual campground we stay at in the Borrego Springs area in between boondocking stints.   Campground: Anza Borrego State Park – Palm Canyon Campground Location: Borrego Springs, California Site: 41 and 47 (both pull-thrus) Cost: $33 ($2 discount for seniors) Services: FHU (30 AMP) Comments: Big, long sites with FHU, surrounded by palm trees, perfect …

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Nellie E Saloon Desert Bar Parker Arizona

  We went back to River Island after several visits in previous years and we had a nice surprise!  They have added high speed WiFi. The best we have encountered at any campground or RV Park. Kudos to Arizona State Parks! We stop here now and then when we need to stock up, resupply, receive packages and/or mail (from Parker), …

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Lake Havasu State Park - Site 40

We have visited this state park a number of times before one time being during Thanksgiving and the early weeks of December which was just in time for the Christmas Boat Parade. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here so we thought this year we would stay for Christmas and New Years and enjoy not only the local hiking but the …

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Catalina State Park Canyon Loop

Catalina State Park is in the Oro Valley area of Tucson just off Hwy 77 (Oracle Rd) and directly across the street from the Oro Valley Market Place where there are plenty of shops and restaurants. Campground: Catalina State Park Location: Oro Valley, Arizona (Tucson area) Site: B48 Cost: $30 Services: W/E (50 Amp) Comments: A beautiful campground with fantastic …

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Written on Nov, 09, 2016 by in , , , , | 2 Comments.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park Cottonwood Arizona

    Campground: Coopers Hawk Campground Location:  Cottonwood, Arizona Site: 91 Cost: $30 Services: E/W (50 AMP) Comments: A lovely campground which we have visited multiple times before and have always enjoyed. Site 91 is a back-in site with a few trees which provided much needed shade. We still ran the a/c during the day (end of October) but could …

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