Green River Campground

Dinosaur National Monument, Dinosaur, Colorado, 84525-0637, United States | Campground

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The long long road into Utah...

A travel blog entry by carolinebaugh

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After a morning spent at the Steamboat Old Town Hot Springs, we headed into town for some lunch. Found a fabulous roof top Mexican place and introduced the children to Enchiladas, beans, Fajitas and some top Mexican food... Then we hit the road, heading west. This was pretty much what we imagined the open road to be, but it was just vast! Straight …


A travel blog entry by katta7


Dinosaur National Monument straddles the Colorado/Utah border. of second-class National Park, and Dinosaur became one in 1915 to protect the dinosaur quarry. About 10 different species of dinosaurs have been unearthed here including Stegosaurus. A National Monument is a sort At the visitor centre we were able to handle some …

Awesome days

A travel blog entry by phoenixfranklin


We went to a camp site called pine grove camp site. The camp site had a pool a arcade and a playground. The camp site was fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. At night when I was trying to get to sleep Dad

took me up and took me out side to watch the wicked lightning storm across the corn fields. We saw 5 different types of light: lightening, fire, star light, fire fly's, and electric light.

We were in new York we stayed in a big ...

Pike's Peak --- and BUST!!!

A travel blog entry by sherri3vol


Returning towards Pike National Forest, we spotted "Colorado's Newest and Smallest Town" of Bust, Colorado, population of two! Under the sign was a dilapidated building for "Oriental Massage," and a run-down mobile home. Could this be Todd and me in a few years??? Hopefully not!

We finally made it to the PNF entrance, which is past "The North Pole," a Santa-themed park. The electronic welcome sign announced the temperature ...

The Real Jurassic Park

A travel blog entry by farnie10


My next stop was a lot cooler than I expected (although I am a bit of a nerd): Dinosaur National Monument. This isolated site in the Utah desert is one of the most prolific sites on Earth for the discovery of Jurassic era fossils. Geological activity in the area has been such that it now reveals layers of earth dating back almost 2.5 billions years in the Uinta Mountain group. This is ...


This campground, located on Dinosaur National Monument, Dinosaur, is near Dinosaur National Monument, Echo Park/Sand Canyon Trail, and Gates of Lodore Trail.
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