Red Rock Restaurant and Campground

226 East 100 North (Hwy24), Hanksville, Utah, 84734, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Hanksville

Goodbye CO Hello UT

A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Mar 26, 2014

102 photos

Hi Everyone,

Here we are now out of Colorado and into Utah. We really enjoyed Colorado, the outskirts of Denver where we were is very beautiful. Cold some days but the next day the sun would come out and it was pleasant.

History

The town was settled in 1882, and known for a time for the name given
to the …

Hanksville (45 miles)

A travel blog entry by vagabondlively

1
25

... dirt trying to park my bike in the loose sand. First fall on my bike since I've owned it... I didn't even fall that one time in Tucson when I wasn't paying attention and ran over an entire rotisserie chicken! The bike is a lot heavier now though, and I couldn't unclip my shoe in time. It fell right on the back of my knee, but I seem to be fine. Clipless petals are mostly great and sometimes ...

Goblin valley

A travel blog entry by twogosouth

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We are in Goblin Valley State Park. Goblins are thin sandstone pillars with bigger 'heads' on top. The top rock is harder so that it protects the softer rocks below from erosion. The rock on top doesn't get eroded as fast so it ends up being bigger than the bottom. We went to a huge valley of goblins and they were incredible, however, the most amazing thing was how many of them were around. There were hundreds, seeming to swarm out ...

Gawker's Paridise Southern Utah

A travel blog entry by joec404

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13

... pioneers, and especially the Mormons endured at the end of the 19th century when they homesteaded some of these desolate places and tried to survive.

The real problem here is conveying the grandeur, expansiveness, jaw dropping beauty of this whole area because our photos don't come close. We bought some "Official" pictorials, shot by professionals, and they're better.

We passed one summit that was at 9,600 ft, and the climb up there was ...

Zion, monument valley and arches..

A travel blog entry by corinneparker

134

... They are big sandstone rock formations where arches have been formed by wind and freeze thaw.Its amazing. We did a few walks and then went and collected the canoes.me and phil were in a double one and matt was in his own. Matt had never done it before so he struggled a bit, so we tied him to the back of our canoe. lol. We canoed for about 2 hours, it was fun, went through a few rapids but nothing huge. It was nice having matt with us he was good company. ...

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This campground is located on 226 East 100 North (Hwy24), Hanksville.
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