Circle Pines KOA Campground
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... the usuals". We also gracefully declined this.
Vegas is full of cool things such as street artists, performers etc. it's just great fun walking up the strip, having numerous beers, entering all the casinos, walking around and chatting to randoms. This pretty much summed up both nights. We had pretty late nights both nights and lots of beers!
In summary, it was awesome fun, but two or three days is all you need there. ...
... as we walked through the ruins of cave dwellings and round Kievers. Fascinating. Lunch at Spruce Tree area where we also visited the Spruce Tree Cliff dwelling and the wonderful Museum which featured dioramas that depicted life in the cliff dwellings as well as a great interpretive video. We then did the rim driving loop before leaving the park heading for Pergosa Springs. ...
... take. The last spot was the best one, but it was not easy to get to as we had to drive for six miles down a loose gravel road, hoping we had made good time ahead of the train on Highway 64 previously. (The train only manages about 35 to 40 m.p.h. and we can (illegally) do 70 m.p.h. if no traffic is in front of us. We must have got to the crossing at the town of Willaha about five minutes before the train. I say 'the town of Willaha', but all that is there is the level ...
... those great memories we'll hopefully be able to laugh at someday. You never know what you're in for traveling with kids!
We rode on the shuttle bus to the Visitors Center and thankfully Clare calmed down before we were kicked off the bus! We watched a great movie about the Grand Canyon and then walked the short distance to the Mather Point lookout. It was neat to see the Canyon from ...
... a tree near the Visitor's Center.
On the way out on the loop road we stopped at Doney Mountain but didn't hike the trail. We got a good view of the valley where Wupatki and Wukoki Pueblos are and with binoculars we could see both. Our next stop was at Nalakihu and Citadel Pueblos. Nalakihu was small and at the base of the Citadel which was aptly named. It is located on top of a large flat rock making it a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCircle Pines KOA Campground Williams
Peaceful and quiet Setting. Shame about the horning trains, you cant hear the trains, only the horns. Seems popular with dog People.
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