Redlands RV Park

Address: 650 West Telegraph Street, Washington, Utah, \N, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 650 West Telegraph Street, Washington, is near Brigham Young Winter Home Historical Site, Dixie Red Hills Golf Course, Staheli Family Corn Maze, and Green Spring Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Washington

Fun through the Narrows!

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Aug 02, 2015

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... in the shuttle explains the hike and mentions that you have to walk through
river if you choose to do the Narrows, so prepare to get wet. Wow, we didn’t
plan for this, luckily we don’t mind if our shoes get wet as they need a bit of
clean anyway.

We start the hike and it’s packed full of people, it’s mainly paved all the way until the
river, so it makes it easier for those who just want to walk down to the river

Zion and the Best Hike Ever!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jun 16, 2015

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... which is 15 miles long and half a mile deep, with the Virgin River cutting through it, and surrounded by reddish Navajo sandstone cliff faces.

The drive into Zion National Park was spectacular. No wonder the Mormons described this as their 'heavenly place'. The road winds through a valley with huge rock faces looming towards you. Some of the first rock faces had ...

The windy, tunnel filled road to Zion

A travel blog entry by jdbrower on May 30, 2015

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... the other direction needed to use the center of the road. But once through we turned around and came back. It only took about 30 minutes to get there and back. We took the dogs for a walk down by the river which soon turned into a swim. They had a blast! Finally we settled in for what promised to be an easier night sleep. Well it was cooler, but around 1 am the wind picked up, and woke everyone up. So another night's sleep ...

The last hike- going out in style!

A travel blog entry by richette on May 29, 2015

... it would be too chaotic, instead you park and ride the free shuttle buses to the various look out points and trails. It was very busy when we arrived and we struggled to find a park at first. Driving into Zion was very impressive in itself as you descend straight down into the canyon gorge along a narrow and windy road. Very rugged and dramatic scenery, very beautiful and again so different from the other parks and canyons.

We prepped ourselves for what we ...

Hiking Sleeping and Biggest Rocks ever

A travel blog entry by charliecation on Apr 06, 2015

25 photos

... the breakfast area to get some coffees and hope to nab some burritos but no burritos to be seen just some stroppy looking hotel guests that look like they are camping in there or something . Nab a couple of muffins as is the best I can find and we hike it along the river path to get the first shuttle .Its totally freezing and the sun isn't properly up yet and at the park they are only just opening up . We get there and there are just ...