King Creek Campground

Address: 82 North 100 East, Panguitch, Utah, \N, United States | Campground
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This campground is located on 82 North 100 East, Panguitch.
Map this campground



Travel Blogs from Panguitch

Horseback Ride and Hiking!

A travel blog entry by bannda on Sep 22, 2014

6 comments, 33 photos

... we were in the room. The room was a bit of a letdown after the cabin. It was very dark and dreary. There was a nice patio outside the room, but it was a bit too chilly in the shade. Oh well, we weren't here for the room anyway.

Time to go in search of dinner! We opted for Valhalla Pizza just outside the main lodge. It really wasn't bad and was certainly convenient. By this time, we were feeling tired. We ran into a couple that had been on our horseback ride and ...

Panguitch Utah

A travel blog entry by dawn_sally_trip on Aug 16, 2014

15 photos

... of Faulty Towers. Just some crazy things going on while trying to check in. Firstly we had to walk across the road to the hotel over the road to check in. Then to find out the hotel was closed and we are staying inrt he room! a different hotel. The guy checking people in had todeal with bookings from both hotels and then ...

Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 11, 2014

18 photos

... about the park. The most popular walk is the circular Navaro Trail, a 2,5 km walk starting from Sunset Point. So we decided to start with that. Arriving at Sunset Point we got our first look into the canyon. What a sight! The massive red coloured pillars (known as Hoodoos) rise up from the canyon floor below in a wide amphitheatre. The walk goes down a steep winding trail down to the bottom of the canyon where we found ourselves walking through a 'forest' of Hoodoos rising ...

Hoodoo You Love?

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 10, 2014

2 comments, 37 photos

... you see are not Americans. You hear so many different languages being spoken, mostly European languages with a lot of Dutch, German and French. A fair amount of what I suspect is Chinese. It is like the world has discovered this beautiful part of the US, but Americans have not. A hiker stopped Mark and asked him about the trail. When Mark responded, the hiker said "Oh, you speak English."

Actually, it seems everyone speaks English, ...

Bryce Canyon (& Highway 12)

A travel blog entry by beaky on Jul 05, 2014

9 photos

... it ends at Bryce Canyon!!!

As we got to Bryce the weather was clouding over and there was some distant thunder and some light showers. We wanted to see the park at its best so only went to a couple of viewpoints, the first of which was Inspiration Point. Incredible. This is the picture postcard image you get of Bryce, with countless hoodoo’s (towers) of sandstone all lined up like a huge army turned into stone by some kind of a spell.

As the rain ...