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Travel Blogs from Cottonwood
... years old and 3 baby bear cubs. There was lots of great information about the animals and the bear cubs were so cute wrestling with each other.
We took another spin through the wildlife drive before we left and witnessed something we weren't prepared to see! PARENTAL ADVISORY! SHEILD YOUNG CHIlDRENS EYES! 2 bears were mating right by the side of the road! No other ...
... We ate our lunch in the patio then went into the family center and played a couple of table games, ping pong or pin pon as Manuel would say it, and futbolito (I don't know the English name). I took advantage of the available Internet, works great! We went to the pool, cooled off. The temperature reached 106 today. Gotta get back to see how Chuckie is doing, the bummer of camping with pets is that they are not allowed in many ...
... shade but the views of Cottonwood, Jerome and the Coconino National Forest from the top loops are stunning. The cost is $25
and reservations should be made for the winter season. There were only about twenty five campers the one night stopover we were there. There are a number of hiking trails throughout the park. The Ireys family came from Minnesota looking to buy a ranch in ...
... each that are scattered throughout the canyon. Here we took a hike into the canyon that took us down 204 steps and through the canyon, at time we passed right next to the cliff dwellings, and were able to climb through them. Others were too far away to climb into. This hike was very challenging because of the heat, altitude and the number of steps that we had to climb. It is amazing that a culture could live in the area for hundreds of years.
... the stand alone formations of red rock are awesome and beautiful in their own way. We then headed to a parking area for a hike to view the rock formation called “Cathedral Rock”, but to reach it we had to drive down a very rough unpaved road. From the parking lot we took a hike through the desert and down to “Oak Creek”, passing through an area of reddish brown sand, a hike of about 3 miles. At the creek we found several families swimming in the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed