Lo Lo Mai Springs

Address: 11505 LoLoMai Rd., Cornville, Arizona, 86325, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 11505 LoLoMai Rd., Cornville, is near Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours, Page Springs Valley, Eliphante, and Equinature.
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    Travel Blogs from Cornville

    We Shall Overcome ...

    A travel blog entry by glen_linda on May 17, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    After a day and a half of packing up the RV, we were on the road by noon. The weather was clear, the sun was bright and we were excited to be "on the road again."

    We took US-17 N toward Flagstaff. We know several PebbleCreek folks that have purchased park models at Munds Parks RV Resort so we decided to reserve a place for an overnight stay. Munds Park is a small country town with beautiful pine trees and ...


    A travel blog entry by davidholloway on May 11, 2015

    7 photos

    ... be there for 20 mins. Whenever they go through a crossing they sound their horns. Called into another Harley dealer this time in Belfont. Just outside flagstaff. Dean is down to his last 23 shirts and needs one more. Gained another hour suddenly. It's great. You feel like you need to find a hotel and suddenly you have another hour spare. Luckily there was this Harley Dealer. It takes roughly an hour for Dean to choose one in fairness. Eight hours behind GMT ...

    Amtrak Adventure - Train Tales

    A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Apr 30, 2015

    10 photos

    ... comfort, facilities and services. The sleeper coach accommodation was a prohibitively expensive addition for the journey we had embarked on and given our recent positive experiences on overnight buses in South America, we decided to go for the seated option. Our seats were big enough and reclined to about 40* and we had the observation car and dining car available to us, so we wouldn't feel too confined. Settling into our new home on wheels ...

    Red Rock Country

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Apr 21, 2015

    1 comment, 85 photos

    ... hike on a mostly level and is touted to be one of the best trails in Arizona and one of the top 10 trails in the United States. It is designated as “wilderness” probably mostly to ensure that crazy tourists in flip-flops don’t just wonder down the trail. There are a few areas where short uphill stepping stones are used. There are also 13 stream crossings which are done with stepping stones and logs – many of which are not secure.

    The next steps

    A travel blog entry by tradition on Jun 19, 2014

    9 photos

    Started at Uhaul to rent a truck and buy some boxes. Our insurance adjuster Rick Mathias met us at the yard to examine the damage. A nice man, very understanding of our situation...we hope he gives us good news. Of course the RV is totaled but he wasn't sure about the truck. He's having it taken to the Ford dealer to be assessed tomorrow. The frame may be bent. We spent ...