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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... dates as far back as 1883. Pretty neat to walk
where pioneers had walked or……rode horses, wagons and then cars.
The second day we decided to go to Cathedral Valley. The guy
at the visitor center told us that since we had a jeep we could make this trip
a loop instead of an in/out drive but we would have to cross a river but
shouldn’t be a big deal…..ok we thought we would give it a try. Well we got
... ghost town. The Park Service keeps the history of the town alive by maintaining a few historic buildings including the one room school house built in 1896. Visitors can stop and pick the fruit, Since we did not stop and I was sorry that we didn't, I looked up a bit about the town. Wish we had pictures of this lovely spot.
... hard liquor" on the go at any one point in time. Wow… Once we overcame Jen’s obvious drinking problem, things went smoothly.
The Hotel was quite a surprise package, especially given the remote location; a good restaurant, breakfast included in price (very rare), good size room, indoor pool, gift shop, on site bakery and can arrange packed lunches. Very friendly staff and we recommend staying here.
Cheers, the Berrys
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