Foothills Safari Camp At Fossil Rim
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFoothills Safari Camp At Fossil Rim Glen Rose
but you don't need a lot. The "tents" have two twin beds with very short sheets. However, there's a flushing toilet, the view is spectacular, and you can find most other things you may need at the main house next to the tents or the Lodge down the road. the wildlife is awesome and driving through the park makes this for a great short vacation.
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