Arch View Resort RV Camp Park
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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 …
... heading to a town called Bedrock (no, the Flintstones don't live there!).
By pure chance we descended through the stunning Paradox Valley and at the bottom arrived at Bedrock, home to one General Store giving it it's 'town' title! It was here that we saw our first ever ...
... do it some kind of justice in the photos. We're staying at Moab tonight - 4 miles from the start of Arches - and we are now halfway through our holiday having driven almost 2,500 miles and we are enjoying every minute of it. The only problem is our expanding waistlines but we are in the U.S. after ...
... Well, we were not alone! Other photographers began popping up from behind every cactus or rock pile. Sunset found us at an overlook with sweeping views of red rock buttes catching the western rays of fading light - in a forest of tripods.
While we were all busy getting firm footings for those tripods and making adjustments to the camera settings to be ready for the pinks and golds of the sunset, a mammoth tour bus came swinging into the small parking area behind where ...