Dream Catcher Inn Bed & Breakfast

Address: 225 East Main, Rockville, Utah, 84763, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 225 East Main, Rockville, is near Zion Shuttle, Zion Adventure Company, Canyon Overlook Trail, and Zion Outback Safaris / Zion Jeep Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Rockville

    Zion National Park

    A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 31, 2015

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    ... relieved to take a small break at the top of the paved path called “the lookout.” This is the point where most people stop, admire the views, and turn back. But not us. We would take on the challenge that awaited us—a little path called Angel’s landing. I think it made Jessie feel more comfortable that at the beginning of the path and several places along it, there are warnings about how dangerous the trail is and that ...

    Heading to Salt Lake City

    A travel blog entry by theprocters on May 29, 2015

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    ... from going south - can't remember all this beauty from our trip south in 2012. Had we known that Provo was closer to freeway 80, we could have stayed there. But instead we returned to the KOA in Salt Lake City. This resort is well cared for with plenty of amenities. We also liked the convenience of a pull through site. The cost wad $49.65 with the KOA ...

    Zion NP

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 24, 2015

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    ... then started up Kolob Terrace Road. The partially dirt road dips in and out of the NP as it climbs to the reservoir at the top (2476 metres) Cold up there! More fantastic views on the way down, in the sunlight. Would have been a great camp, but signs said the road would be closed next day for road works.

    Back down to camp on the bank of a creek at the bottom, lovely campfire to sit around to ...

    The Protection of Zion

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 22, 2015

    81 photos

    ... communities sprang up along the Virgin River. Issac Behunin built the first log cabin in Zion Canyon on the fine- grained lake sediments near today's Zion Lodge. Amidst the grandeur and beauty of the spectacular white and pink monoliths and canyon walls, Issac and the few other Mormon settlers felt as if they were surrounded by a great cathedral and heavenly place. They called it "Little Zion".

    Major John Wesley Powell visited the southern Utah region and ...

    A Spontaneous Trip to Zion!

    A travel blog entry by dreamkeepr18 on May 18, 2015

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    ... the weekend was a bit of a bust that he wanted to do something on the way home to make up for it. I suggested stopping again at Kolob Canyon in the northern part of Zion since it was now sunny and warm and would yield better pictures. We took about 20 minutes driving and taking pictures. We thought we had a great idea to backpack there and camp. I was actually excited to do it until we found out there were specific camp sites and you couldn't have a fire. ...