Morris' Last Resort

5501 S. Highway 191, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 5501 S. Highway 191, Moab, is near Hole 'N the Rock, Castle Valley, Magpie Cycling Adventures, and White Rim Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Moab

    Third Day at Arches National Park

    A travel blog entry by janet306 on Aug 02, 2014

    15 photos

    ... in a machine. I'm glad I did it but I won't rush to do it again. We got some great photos and the sunset was beautiful. We did, however, end up finishing the drive in the dark which added to my anxiety and I was very relieved to be back on level ground! I really could have used a drink or two after that experience but we were all very tired and we had to be up early the next day for a guided hike. We went back to the campground and turned ...

    Utah is beautiful!

    A travel blog entry by kurt-kristy on Jul 13, 2014

    21 photos

    Our car problems improved and we got a new (upgraded) bike rack from Yakima. The fun continues... Day 23-Left Las Vegas and arrived in Zion National Park (after a very exciting lunch stop at Chic-fil-a in St. George, Utah). Day 24-Hiking in Zion...Angels Landing and The narrows. 2 very different trails, both so so fun! Angels Landing was a steep hike with chains to hold on to at the end b/c the trail is so skinny and The Narrows was a ...

    Floating old people and the Fiery Furnace

    A travel blog entry by jxb2222 on Jul 01, 2014

    24 photos

    ... the National Park guides. Fiery Furnace is a fins canyon and you have to have a guide or get a permit and know what you're doing. If you get your tickets through the National Park, they are $10 apiece. If you go through a private company (like Moab Adventure Center), it's $100 a person. So, I camped out on the website months before and got National Park tickets. It's a pretty strenuous hike in that there's a lot ...

    Day 11: More time in Canyonlands

    A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jun 29, 2014

    10 photos

    ... on the heel, and was coming apart on the toe as well. So something we’ll need to get replaced sooner than later (probably in SLC on the drive up to the Tetons in a few days). We left the park just before sunset, drove back to town, and had dinner at Pasta Jay’s, a nice Italian place near the hotel. D and I really enjoyed our meals, but the kids thought theirs was too spicy…

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    Football & Driving

    A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... we got there, Mexico had just scored 0 - 1. While Noah colored in his day journal, and Milo and Mark watched the game on Lulu's iPhone (the ESPN Watch App required IOS 7, which Milo and Mark's iPods don't support), Lulu went shopping. When the Netherlands, with 2 minutes of official playing time left, tied the game, Mark of course pounded the table, got up and let go of a few whoohoos and whahaas to the amusement of ...