Riverside Resort & RV Campground

Address: 594 North US Highway 89, mile marker 117, Hatch, Utah, 84735, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 594 North US Highway 89, mile marker 117, Hatch.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Riverside Resort & RV Campground Hatch

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Hatch

    The Off Road Adventure

    A travel blog entry by johnbrand on Jun 28, 2015

    23 photos

    ... the way we came.

    Once we arrived, we started hiking. The hike was 1.5 miles one way down into a canyon where the slots were. It was a hard hot hike. The temperature was 96 degrees. We met a few exhausted people coming back up saying that they hoped we brought a bunch of water. When we got to the bottom we decided to do the easy slot canyon first that other hikers told us about. Later we ...

    Hail and Farewell

    A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on Jun 16, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... no one thought about it being awkward. I have an app on my phone called "Star Tracker Lite". If you open the app and point the phone to the sky, it identifies the stars, planets and constellations . I love it. It can be used anywhere. I use it in Florida before I came here. Free App. Check it out if you are interested. :). It sure helps me look like I know what I am pointing my laser at in the night sky. Actually I have ...

    Who Do the HooDoos in Bryce Canyon?

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 29, 2015

    3 comments, 52 photos

    ... is some weird looking scenery unlike anything we have seen. These statuesque rock formations are called “Hoodoos”. Weathering and erosion shape them. But unlike many places; flowing water only plays a minor role. Instead, as snow and ice melt, water seeps into the fractures. It re-freezes, expands and cracks the rock around it. This “frost-wedging” happens with uncommon frequency at Bryce Canyon. In fact, these wide temperature swings ...

    Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

    A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Apr 30, 2015

    5 comments, 21 photos

    What a difference 140 kilometres (87 miles) makes! The journey to Bryce Canyon National Park took us to an elevation of 2,750 metres (9,100 feet), a drop in daytime temperature from 31C (88F) to 21C (70F), and a dramatic change in scenery. While the red/orange colour still dominates, the rock formations are remarkably ...

    Lake Powell to Bryce Canyon National Park

    A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 19, 2014

    ... Fruita Region. Our lunch stop was in a gorgeous picnic area that had a herd of mule deer roaming free. It was a lovely green belt area by a stream so was a welcome change to the desert type environment we have been in so far. After lunch we headed up the All American Road towards the Escalante Grand Staircase. After visiting another visitors centre we carried on towards Bryce Canyon. We went through a pass which was around 10,000ft in elevation and there was ...