Sandcreek RV Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSandcreek RV Park Torrey
This property is a great little place to stay. It has multiple options like tent sites, cabins, and full RV hookups. It is right outside of town, very quiet and with a great view and horses next door. The owners are friendly, and it is the best deal you will find. There are showers included, ($5 if you just need a shower and are not staying) and laundry facilities for about 8 bucks. I would recommend this place to anyone.
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I had read about this state park and it was certainly worth the 180 mile round trip drive. After an uneventful entry into the park, I drove to the Observation Point and was amazed at the size of the hoodoo valley; there had to be a few hundred acres of weathered sandstone "figures" which with imagination transform into different types of goblins. I …
I visited Capitol Reef NP today. It is interesting because the small Fremont River runs through the canyon and allows for substantial greening of the landscape. The early settlers established the small community of Fruita and appropriately planted fruit trees and cultivated crops on the valley floor. I took advantage of one of their strawberry-rhubarb pies of course.
... 12 have Scenic Viewpoints every quarter mile. There were also a bunch of short hikes at each of the viewpoints, so of course we had to stop and take pictures, and at least wander in the beginning of some of the hikes. There were even 2 short tunnels cut into the rock, and Jody was able to get pictures of me riding through. So by the time we got to Bryce Canyon it was close to 1:00.
Bryce Canyon is one of those dead end parks, where the ...
... the river and noticed 3 things right off that didn’t feel right 1.
Water was moving a little fast 2. We had to zig zag in the river 3. The zig
into the river we could see the bottom but the zag out we couldn’t see how deep
it was. So, being by ourselves and
safety first of course, we decided to opt for the in/out drive. Now we are
entering from the other end and our trip turned from a 56 mile drive to a 72
mile drive ...
... strange pain in my good knee during the ride that day. I was not sure if it was due to all those hill climbs. So perhaps it was a good thing there was no more riding. Upon our return to CO, as I was unpacking the bob trailer bag, I discovered that Lee had a machete hidden in there!!! It was at the very bottom of the bag. Good heavens! Lee’s response to my reaction upon finding his hidden weapon was: "You never know…" All ...