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 Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Washington

Day 2, Sunday, October 19, 2014

A travel blog entry by katelarsen on Oct 19, 2014

7 photos

We slept in this morning. Still trying to figure out what time it is. Sun doesn't rise until 7:45 so no need to get going too soon. Tried to find Jeanne an adapter to her new GoPro video toy but to no avail. Had breakfast at Bumbleberry Inn. Jeanne had a great Mexican tortilla omelette. I'll have to learn what the Bumbleberry is all about. We took the free shuttle in front of our hotel to the main visitor center at Zion National Park for our first day of adventure. We ...

The Keyhole

A travel blog entry by phoenixfranklin on Aug 19, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

We are in Utah. While we were in Utah we went canyoning in Zion national park.

At the start of canyoning I felt scared because we had to adbseil down a cliff in to a pool. It was freezing in the water!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It was called a slot canyon because it is so narrow.

At the end there was a spooky freezing swim through a dark tunnel. I felt freezing but glad to get out of the canyon.

I would like to go canyoning again, but not write about it!
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Bryce to Zion

A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 13, 2014

10 photos

... tunnel and down the hairpin bends into the Zion valley the temperature started rising, despite the still inclement weather. We couldn't check in until much later but next to our hotel was a nice little cafe with good coffee and really good looking lunches. We ordered a packed lunch and went off to hire bikes to cycle into the national park itself. There is only one road into the park and in the summer this is closed to cars. So the only traffic are the ...

Amazing walks through river & on top

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... back through the tunnel at 8 pm, stopped at a bridge to see the sun set, although it wasn't spectacular, and stopped in town for some tea. We were going to try the Pizza & Noodle Place but there was still a queue there waiting for a table - very popular. Since we had a late lunch anyway we decided to settle just for an ice cream. There was a shop with home made chocolates & ice cream so we had 2 delicious scoops in a cup & bought some home-made fudge.
We ...

Zion - a place I will hold close to my heart

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 09, 2014

14 photos

... so we were just trying our luck.

We wait 15 mins before our tour is called up. Our fearless leader is Buddy a Navajo local. We take a walk through the sandstone desert and into the lower canyon. The walk through this canyon is a little different. Firstly you walk down a ladder into the canyon. The lower canyon is narrower on the bottom and wider on the top. This translates to lots of light for our photos, so we have to adjust our settings to get our photos ...