Provo KOA

Address: 320 N 2050 W, Provo, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84601, United States | Campground
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsProvo KOA

Reviewed by peppz

nice campground

Reviewed Oct 7, 2012
by (5 reviews) Brooklyn , United States Flag of United States

very convenient, friendly staff, near a major road

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TripAdvisor Reviews Provo KOA

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Travel Blogs from Provo

Here we go!

A travel blog entry by alexnoiret on Jul 24, 2014

... the morning, I shrieked "the houses are huge!!!". They looked like wholesome big family houses. For a second I felt in my heart that I could live here with Scott. I feel so good with him. So here I am! And since my life is perfect and that's all I want you to think, I won't mention that I was so tired toward the end of the 9 hours that I became very emotional (and hangry) and that upon arrival I'd wished that I'd washed my hair that ...

Random thoughts from Utah

A travel blog entry by gaduzabe on Aug 14, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

... working now that we are out of the high Rockies. Dulcey had a different word in mind. - Checked out camper more thoroughly. A cross country trip is not the place to figure out how things work. - Small cooler. We have two large coolers but found that we really did not need to keep that much stuff regularly under ice. So we use on cooler for iced items and another for bread, veggies and fruit that does need to be kept cold. A small cooler would have been good for lunches and ...

Getting Stuck, Hitching into the Canyon, Hiking

A travel blog entry by peppz on Oct 09, 2012

7 photos

... very mountainous. The temperature was also much lower in the canyon.
So I rode a few more miles into the canyon. I checked my watch and it was still about 2 pm or so. I decided I'd sightsee in this beautiful area. The first thing that caught my eye was a sign about mining in the canyon. Many miners had come to the canyon over the years seeking their fortune. One in particular was the "blind miner of the Wasatch." I can't remember his name, but he lived in the 20th century and ...

Leach, Wazzu have a long way to go

A travel blog entry by highway2gameday on Aug 30, 2012

1 comment

By Steven Ryan

When Mike Leach was hired as head coach at Texas Tech in 2000, he inherited a program that hadn't had a losing season in more than five years and was 26-20 over the four previous seasons.

Leach did a remarkable job turning the Red Raiders offense into one of the most feared aerial attacks in the history of football, but the idea that he took a defunct program and turned it into a winner is a bit of an exaggeration.

Texas ...

All This Madness

A travel blog entry by magicoftravel on Mar 22, 2012

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Don't be afraid of madness. Life is madness. If you're not up to embracing the madness, then you'll live your life in hiding and afraid, instead of experiencing what it's like to kick down the walls suffocating you and to feel the victory and freedom of being a ...

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