Bowery Haven Resort
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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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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Travel Blogs from Koosharem
... able to sit outside at night in warm weather and no bugs. Interesting family – the mother in her 70s, is puling an old Airstream. She is a former Girl Scout leader and loves camping. Now her daughter and daughter and husband travel with her, the latter in a truck camper. They had 4 dogs among them, all but one a rescue dog. They have travelled extensively in the US ...
... last of these settlers left in the 50’s the park service took over the orchards and have maintained the close to 3000 trees. We saw several orchards that had even been replanted. You are welcome to eat what you want in the orchards and pay $1 per pound for any of the apples, pears, apricots, plums, peaches, or cherries in season. We stopped at the oldest remaining house which sells handcrafted items and pies and ate our crackers and cheese and ...
... these seemed to be in the 100 to 500 acre variety. The further north the greener the overall landscape was with more grasses. We even passed a state worker mowing the edge of the road. South and west of here everything had dried up too much to bother doing that.
We stopped for lunch at a little bbq diner, the Mountain Harvest, in Hatch UT. It was quite good food. Peg had a Reuben and I had the pulled pork sandwich. ...
... sandwich also came with a hearty portion of chips. I'm afraid my leftovers constituted at least half the plate. I keep teasing Monica about the benefits of Subway!
So in an attempt to address lunch we travelled a few miles back to walk around a petrified forest with some great examples of the petrified logs and views over wide hollow reservoir. Having stretched our legs we journeyed on at one point stopping for me to photo more wild life- a mountain blue ...
This is a relocation day. We are driving from Bryce City to Torrey where Capitol Reef National Park is located. I have found that I get excited about these days because I am ready to see something different! We got up to a little wind, cold, and rain! boo! But Don saved the day by suggesting we go to the Pines for breakfast while it rained! He thought it might stop while we were gone so we wouldn't have to pack up a wet PUP. That did ...