King Creek Campground

82 North 100 East, Panguitch, Utah, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Panguitch

I FOUND LATTES!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by linleyc

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... the Moki Dugway. (Google it.) Or along cliff paths in Bryce Canyon. Got some wicked-ass photos out of it, though! :-D

Trail ride time. I did make a point out of telling the cowboys running the show that I could ride. They ask anyway, but I shed my natural Australian modesty and outright said that I could ride really well. (I stopped short of telling them I can ride anything with hair.) Because nobody wants to be stuck on the animal that ...

We Never Met a Rock We Didn't Like

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa

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... have been loaded to do exactly that. It should be noted that the weather at Bryce Point is so severe and varied, that all weather types can be experienced within a day, and many simultaneously so. Keep a lookout for the rainbow and downpour in the same photo.

After the canyon tour, it was back to the ranch to opt for a healthy meal, instead of the burritos, burgers, and deep-fried desserts ...

What exactly are Hoodoos?

A travel blog entry by nadyapb

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... the Silent City (actually, the entire place is so eerily quiet, I am not sure why this specific spot would bear that name!). The SIlent City is one the of the most magnificent views in the park and we hope it will reward us with even more splendor tomorrow, when this East-facing amphitheater should be basking in the morning glow of the rising sun. Bryce Point will also be the starting point for our hike through the hoodoos tomorrow! I can't wait!




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St George- Panguitch

A travel blog entry by redaly67

... our pass into the park, she told Red it was his turn to sing. So he let out a Waltzing Matilda rendition as we drove off, I laughed til I cried. We spent the afternoon checking out the spectacular scenery while dodging the drizzling rain at each point of interest. It was such a shame the day was so dull. We were lucky enough to see so many deer including a doe with her two fawn. We even saw two young bucks. Red Canyon, ...

Day 21 - A Soggy Bryce Point Traverse Trail

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... and Katie have the computers and I realize that another astronomy talk is beginning soon. So, Kristi, Michael and I sit spellbound in the audience. There will be no stargazing tonight because of the rain but the man giving the presentation is a NASA rep. And a pilot. He has seen several solar eclipses personally. And he tells us to watch the news this November. Chances are it will be nothing but a comet is passing the earth and in November, if ...

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