King Creek Campground

Address: 82 North 100 East, Panguitch, Utah, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 82 North 100 East, Panguitch.
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Travel Blogs from Panguitch

Mair Canyons

A travel blog entry by lara.eric.cam on Oct 13, 2014

1 comment, 41 photos

... have had so far. The area that we stayed in was close to the Narrows (a slot canyon at the North Fork of the Virgin River, which carves out a thousand tonnes of rock per annum - the majority in 15 days of the year when flash floods are prevalent). The area is a massive draw for technical rock climbers given the huge sandstone monoliths present (the walking trail to Angels Landing, which needs no technical skill, has a vertical ...

Bryce Canyon National Park

A travel blog entry by ajbrad on Sep 26, 2014

43 photos

... switchbacks going down to the floor of the canyon. It is really awesome walking along the hoodoos.
This trail is three miles and not a bad hike until the very end. The last .8 mile is hiking up out of the canyon. Overall, the trail was very pretty with great views, tunnels, and other views amongst the red rocks.
Although the climb out was tiring, I was glad we did this hike.
We ate lunch overlooking the canyon and savoring our last look at the canyon ...

Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by amygates on Sep 23, 2014

4 photos

... Amanda often overestimates the time we need, so I had time to get an icecream and relax for a while. We camped at Kodachrome State Park among more fantastic rock walls and sand towers, and for the first time since Yellowstone we had plenty of room to spread out. Dinner was spag bol, and we had a fire because it was a cool night - 6 ...

How do you Hoodoo?

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 18, 2014

... in front of us, it took us an hour to reach the point where we would begin to descend to the valley floor. Bryce Canyon is indescribably beautiful. No photographs that we took will ever do justice to its bizarre and yet enchanting features. It is a landscape that would not look out of place in a science fiction film, or as the other worldly setting if a fairy tale. Soon the trail began to gently slope down, snaking down the edge of steep drop-offs to the floor of the canyon. ...

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 ...