Bowery Haven Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBowery Haven Resort Koosharem
This campground had no hookups, but it did have flushing toilets. The fish lake inn had showers, but I wouldn't have used them. In fact, my brothers stayed in the "remodeled" cabins and they were AWFUL! The Bowery cabins right down the street were very nice as was the restaurant. We rented a boat from Bowery Haven and spent a GREAT day on the lake fishing! Love this place!
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... about. Every little town has a big Mormon Church, which is the main religious faith of this state. We will be staying in a motel just a few miles outside of Torrey towards Capitol Reef National Park. Our room is on the back side of the motel so we have a view of the red rocks behind it. We found that the weather is cool and windy so we are happy to have a motel for a few nights. October 2, 2014: After a good night's sleep, we ...
... airport runs two flights a day for four months of the year. Needless to say it was not busy! After a one and a bit hour flight we landed in Salt Lake City and the warm weather continues – 30+ degrees. We picked up our large family vehicle only to find we could not fit three medium sized suitcases in it. We then tried another, no luck. A third vehicle… no luck. Thanks to a very friendly man at Avis, we finally managed to get a ...
... Highway 72. Mind you, the Sheriff was in a truck, so he probably did not think about the terrain from a cyclist’s point of view. He was very friendly and helpful though. We thanked him and off we went. Very soon afterwards we turned onto Highway 72 with smiles in our hearts of what beautiful views awaited us.
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The town was established in the 1880s by Mormon settlers, and was initially known as Youngtown, after John Willard Young; it is generally held to be named after Jay L. Torrey from Pittsfield, Illinois. Torrey was a member of the Wyoming ...
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