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 …
... with the rain clouds adding a bit of drama as well.
Drove through Red Canyon (true to its name) on the way to our hotel at Bryce - Best Western Ruby's Inn. It is like a whole town in itself. There is a market, trading post, petrol station, laundromat, indoor pool & much more. It was bustling. hey pretty much have a monopoly there in everything. We booked the free 3 hr shuttle bus for tomorrow morning that goes to the end of the hoodoos (the rock ...
... a good idea. I thought that he must be a stray that had gotten loose and was looking confuse. Not so. We saw others, just wandering the roads, like they had no home, but they did, as evidenced by the tags permanently affixed to their ears. (This must be the modern alternative to branding. Seems more humane somehow. ) We also saw 6 delicate looking, sable colored deer and a 10 point buck, just wandering in and along the side of ...