Castle Rock Campground

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


A travel blog entry by army11x84 on Dec 11, 2014

In Fillmore we went to visit fishlake National Forest. It is a vast area with wildlife such as elk and wolves. The vegetation is mostly pine needle trees, and has many streams of water. For free Lodging I decided to drive into the middle of the forest and sleep in the car.
Gas: $12.71
Miles: 67
Lodging: ...

No Saloons in Utah!

A travel blog entry by pezusa2014 on Aug 22, 2014

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... from a side that most would not. The scenery was, again, mindblowing.

We made our way to Alpine, Wyoming and this was the heart of redneck country. Our stay at the Bull Moose Saloon was certainly an eye opener. The female bar manager, was downing shots whilst working behind the bar, it was her birthday apparently! Our server (waitress) had on the smallest denim skirt in history and the boys in the bar......well....they were a colourful bunch.

An early start ...

Provisions & Grooming Stop

A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Sep 04, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

September 2nd _ On the road mid morning traveling along Hwy. 6 & Hwy 50 to Richfield, UT which provided some amusing roadside sights. Richfield would be our last opportunity stop for provision and services before we get to Lake Powell to meet our friends and board a houseboat for a week.

September ...

15th Wedding Anniversary on US-50

A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone on Oct 22, 2011

1 comment, 3 photos

... Fillmore (which is impressively scenic and appeared to consist of 7 houses!). As you have probably gathered by now, we prefer quirky, turn of the century hotels and small family run motels but the luxury of a big chain motel was quite pleasant after the previous night although the restaurant was a slightly pedestrian way of celebrating our 15th wedding anniversary. We decided the picnic lunch had been much more our sort of celebration!


Getting mystic at the Hot Springs ...

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jul 27, 2010

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... was only about 9am) ... so we hurriedly finished our jobs and jumped back in the river for a much needed cool down.

The plan was to head over to Mystic Hot Springs and on route stop off at San Rafael Reef. Millions of years ago this was an area completely covered in water but over the years this water has disappeared and left a vast amount of coral reef. The views were spectacular – we spent about 30 minutes looking out ...