Arch View Resort RV Camp Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArch View Resort RV Camp Park Moab
Awesome sites ask for premium if in an RV. Full hook up, free wifi for basic service. We have a 36' motor home. They have tent sites, RV sites and cabins with picnic tables, some shade trees and beautiful views. The office has a gas station and store for basic supplies. Great location for both Canyonland and Arches Nat'l. Parks. Clean odor free bathrooms! Would definitely come again.
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It only took three hours to get here, so we were up early to arrive before noon. We're staying at Arch View RV & Campground. There are some large premier spots (sites#79-97) with awesome views, however I didn't reserve one:(. Doesn't really matter because we're only here to sleep and it's dark out. We set up camp and headed for Canyonland down …
Today is John's Birthday! And it's also Talk Like a Pirate Day! We had a fun filled day exploring two national Parks - Canyonlands & Arches. We spent the first half of the day in Canyonlands, which is Urah's largest national park. We visited the Islands In the Sky region, which is the north part of the park. After visiting the visitor center to …
... Utah. The twilight of the late afternoon is perfect for a drive and some short hikes through the Arches National Park. We had been here some years BC (before kids), and we are again amazed by this landscape's beauty. The Arches NP is one of our ...
... and idolatrous.
Well, we can do much better than that here in America! In 1943, a former Civilian Conservation Corps camp outside Moab was used to confine Japanese American internees who had been labeled as "troublemakers" by authorities overseeing the wartime incarceration program. The Moab Isolation Center for "noncompliant" Japanese Americans was created in response to growing resistance to policies within the camps;
Then, in the 1950s ...
... this point.
Back at the B&B we had a well earned coffee, shower and rest before heading for dinner. Richard spent a bit of time talking to the other guests. Having hiked a large part of the day and not eaten since breakfast, we were overdue for some tucker so shared a large pizza at a popular italian spot.
Another great day stretching the legs and filling the lungs with the cool spring breeze of anytime USA!!!