Castle Rock Campground

Richfield, Utah, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Richfield

The Weather Stops Plans

A travel blog entry by tractormatt

I headed out of Kanab with the intention of hitting Bryce Canyon National Park, unfortunately a storm was rolling in from the North East creating rain in the valleys and snow above 7000ft. I got within about 25 miles of the park and it was getting slushy so I headed back to Zion National Park as with all of the cloud I ...

Great Pet Area

A travel blog entry by macysmarti

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Good afternoon,

The weather is lovely, nice breeze and good temperatures. The park is very nice! It is the only one that has had a green lush pet area. The staff are friendly and helpful which is pleasant after Hill FamCamp. Once again the satellite Dish box proved challenging, this time the remote refused to work. In our modern electronic age if the remote ...

Leaving Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by xj.wanderer

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343 miles. Decided to leave a little early. Wanted to do some higher altitude camping to start breaking myself in for the cold. Left Pahrump at 2:30 PST, made it to Richfield, UT at around 8:30 Central. I love driving through Utah, such a Majestic State. Went through a little rain, and had to roll the windows down to smell that fresh, clean air... It's late, I'm wrecked, have to get up early to drive up the mountain to Fish Lake. Day One ...

Provisions & Grooming Stop

A travel blog entry by happytrails123

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... for the houseboat trip, we headed towards
Lake Powell thru Capitol Reef National park. What an incredible ride thru most beautiful and unusual scenery. We arrived at Bull Frog campground around 4PM. It was hot and we had to crank up
the AC’s for the first time since San Diego. Our Lake Powell experience is next.

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Getting mystic at the Hot Springs ...

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe

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... and down on the spot until the image was captured ... we’re waiting to see this picture but it should be a good one.

The journey to Mystic Hot Springs took about 5 hours ... that included the stop off at the San Rafael Swell and a store stop. In Utah the store stops do not take much time as no one is buying any alcohol. This is because Utah sucks ... there is a 3.2% limit on the alcohol content in Beer so everything that ...

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TripAdvisor Reviews Castle Rock Campground Richfield

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding