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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LOVED this park. Hiked around here and did a little biking, except I stopped, and the Tufie didn't peeling back her shin. Ugly. But I didn't marry a complainer - didn't say anything, just cleaned it up, and ready to go. Not this guy - I have an injury like that you're going to know about it. For days. Maybe weeks.
Here's a whole bunch of …
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 …
... twenty miles later would be the same. I think we passed the painted dessert but I'm not sure and josh was sleeping. Whether it had a name or not, it was a lovely ride. I happened to be driving when we got to a little bridge that said "Colorado River". We got out and took pictures. Since we can't ride a mule to the bottom tomorrow (Chris's height) and we aren't walking to the bottom, this was probably our best look at the river and with ...
... Porter (I don’t like beer) and I took pictures and did some shadow-dancing. When we returned to the car our ankles were covered in a fine, pink-orange granular substance similar to what’s left in the bottom of a Cheetos bag after you eat all the Cheetos.
We returned to our Zion campsite to enjoy another lovely home-cooked meal by the campfire and a few glasses of sparkling wine, courtesy of the polygamous husband Steve. That night our camp became ...