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

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 ...

Rain, Hoodoos & a Western

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 12, 2014

10 photos

... Jay, our driver, gave an informative commentary about the geology, tree species & animals in the park. Each viewpoint was just astounding. They are mostly on the eastern side of the ridge and although similar they each had their own unique shapes, arrangements & colour banding. We stopped at each viewpoint on the return drive. At the Natural Bridge Viewpoint was a huge arch. It isn't a bridge as it wasn’t formed by a river. Like all the shapes in ...

Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks

A travel blog entry by janellemoore on Aug 01, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... of Utah. The community was named by an act of the Utah Territorial Legislature signed by Brigham Young in 1851, honoring President Millard Fillmore. For a time, Fillmore was the territorial capital of Utah. The original Statehouse building stands today as the oldest existing governmental building in the state and is maintained by the State of Utah as a historic site and museum.

Heading to Bryce Canyon National Park now.... cool pics ...

Hoodoo You Love?

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

2 comments, 37 photos

... Mac helped her most of the afternoon, listening to her read from her English textbook. Yulan was here majoring in English and American culture and Mac was helping her with her English. Yulan was from a town in China called Chengdu. She commented that America had so many fewer people and it was less polluted.

It got to be about 8:00 p.m. and we decided to get a table for dinner. We gave Mac a 10-minute warning and introduced ...