Provo KOA

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

3.00 of 5 stars Good

Travel Blogs from Provo

It begins . . .

A travel blog entry by leahaston on Jul 09, 2014

... trek/overnight in Homestay
Tuesday, 5 August: Sapa trek/overnight train to Hanoi
Wednesday, 6 August: Arrive Hanoi AM/fly to Singapore
Thursday, 7 August: Panu works in Singapore/day in Singapore
Friday, 8 August: Panu works in Singapore/day in Singapore
Saturday, 9 August: Panu returns to USA; Leah and Henri fly to Jakarta for 1.5 more weeks of fun.


Day 14 - Provo to Price, UT

A travel blog entry by kharris8 on Jun 15, 2013

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... beautiful parts of mountains around the canyon but it made me think of The Sound of Music. I expected to see Julie Andrews at any minute. Long slow climb. Not too difficult but still took a lot of energy. Nothing really spectacular at the summit. Then a very long downhill to Price which might not have been too bad except the cross winds picked up and the road was a bit rough. My hands got tired from holding the ...

Leach, Wazzu have a long way to go

A travel blog entry by highway2gameday on Aug 30, 2012

1 comment

... went the rest of the game without putting any more points on the scoreboard.

"Any time we were about to ignite or catch fire, something negative would happen,” Leach said. “We squandered too many plays. We'd get a play or two going and look pretty good, and then we'd squander two more and never really got into a rhythm.”

The job done by BYU’s defense should not be ignored.

The Cougar’s front line was ...

Tell me your dirty little secrets! TRAVEL PASSIONS

A travel blog entry by blakeperez on Feb 15, 2012

... America still needs to be explored some more, for example, Panama to Colombia via sailboat through the San Blas Islands. There are many places that can satisfy my wanderlust, and I hope to explore many of these places.

I definitely feel that one of my passions can form the central focus of a travel story, especially hiking. So many people go and enjoy hiking, so a story revolved around hiking around the world would hit home with many people in the hiking ...

BYU: Spanish Language Case Competition

A travel blog entry by misskitto on Nov 11, 2010

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... and we were shocked to learn that we made it to the final round. We presented third of the three finalists, and had stiff competition in terms of the language component. One team learned their Spanish on their two-year missions (they were all Mormon) and the other just had a good handle on it as it was. I might be biased, but I do think our analysis outperformed both other team's.

After the final round, we had dinner and a ...

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