Abajo Haven Guest Cabins

Address: 5440 N Cedar Edge Ln, Blanding, Utah, 84511, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 5440 N Cedar Edge Ln, Blanding, is near Newspaper Rock Recreation Site and Edge of Cedar State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Blanding

    Cruising by campervan

    A travel blog entry by svthegraduate on Jul 09, 2014

    11 photos

    Continuing low key camping and visiting as many National Parks & National Monuments as we can find on our route: South Rim of Grand Canyon was spectacular of course & more impressive than North Rim, Wupatki NM (puebloan ruins), Sunset Crater Volcano (lava flow & ash hills), Petrified Forest NP (fallen trees & painted desert), Canyon de Chelly (ruins & canyon), ...

    More Dramatic Scenery

    A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jun 13, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Goosenecks State Park, and the Needles district of Canyonlands National Park. It is located approximately 1 hour south of the popular recreation hub of Moab and Arches National ...

    A surprise in Utah

    A travel blog entry by eddyakko on Oct 16, 2013

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... on to Utah, where the state folks have put their hands in their pockets to open the parks. We had a great day. (notice I haven't mentioned food yet!!)
    Rolled into Blanding (only one increment ...

    Monument Valley & Moonlight Springs Ranch

    A travel blog entry by finnegan on Oct 16, 2013

    30 photos

    ... is a round structure built of juniper poles, filled with brush or bark and covered with earth. The apex remains open for a smoke hole. We were then transported over dirt and slick rock to a plateau where we went on a 4 km walk, rated 1C, from the mesa level down to the bottom of the canyon. The Anasazi lived here as early as 1250. We saw an Anasazi dwelling in the rock; shards from ancient Anasazi pottery; a spring; petroglyphs; ...

    Wednesday, Oct. 9th

    A travel blog entry by 2travelers on Oct 10, 2013

    9 photos

    ... 07PM we crossed into AZ and the time zone. We just gained an hour. And it is unbelievable WINDY!!! Dust blowing. We stopped at a visitors center just inside the border to get some info and possible new direction to avoid the bad weather to keep our good weather luck going. The NE corner of AZ looked best so we headed that way. 191 Hiway north. It was sorta scary. A 2-lane thru the Navajo Reservation and when we thot we should tell someone that our route had changed ...