Kanab RV Corral
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKanab RV Corral
Small campground for large RVs. Pool is beautiful! Our particular site was not very shady, but there are some large trees in other spots. Service was friendly. Would stay here again. $43 we camped here in a 5th wheel.
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Thursday June 19, 2014
This morning we traveled 68 miles south on US Rt. 89 to the town of “Kanab” UT and our campground “Kanab RV Corral”. This location puts in the middle of our next two major destinations, the north rim of the Grand Canyon and Zion …
OK, I am not sure how to share our adventures here in Kanab
Utah with you…..all at once or daily. So I have decided all at once with a
slideshow. You will notice that I have made entries on a daily basis though.
You will see entries for Zion National Park, Coyote Buttes
South, Cottonwood Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Park …
... a mini Bryce Canyon but it is in the one area as an amphitheatre. It has 3 or 4 lookouts with very short walks and each one simply took our breath away (& the other people there as well). The various colours of the rocks from white, to yellow, to pink, to red progressing up the amphitheatre, combined with the shapes like rugged statues is just phenomenal. And the sun did the right thing while we were there. It is best to see in the afternoon sun, so it ...
... br> It's been a nice day. It's raining again. I love the rain and miss it every summer in Israel, so I'm going to go sit outside on the patio and enjoy it. Tomorrow is going to be a long day. Another hike in Zion, then leaving Utah back down to Las Vegas for a couple of hours to eat dinner and pick up food for Shabbat and then a four hour drive (including driving throug death valley) to a small town called Lone ...
... ate. Secondly, many natives were employed in Uranium mining in the Valley in the middle of the last century and, unfortunately, no protective equipment was provided. The last 20 years have seen the results manifest themselves in an increasing number of cases. So much so that legislation has just been passed awarding compensation as far as fourth generation descendants. I asked this apparently eighty-year-old Elder if ...