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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... using the AAA Doggie Book which identifies all of the hotels that take dogs and the terms of stay. And the book said this hotel welcomed dogs. But when we arrived, they turned us away. However, the owners of this hotel also own another local hotel, not one that anyone would recognize, and they sent us to there. They told us they were giving us the best room in the place and honoring our contract price. One has to ...
... the different energies we are surrounded by," said Utah Symphony Music Director Thierry Fischer, an outdoor enthusiast. "Nature creates sound, and sounds are nature." *** There are 59 National Parks.
- The largest, at 8,323,148 acres, is Wrangell-St. Elias, in Alaska; the smallest, at 5,550 acres, is Hot Springs, in Arkansas.
- The first National Park, Yellowstone, was created in 1872, and is spread across Wyoming, ...
... just stared ... At the road and at the drop and at the view. This time G had to remind me to take photos as I was still in awe. ... Of the engineering which is stunning ... Of the view which is tremendous and at this sliver of a road that winds across the top of the mountain ridge. The photos do not do justice to any of it; you need to drive it for yourself.
... at night) last time I was here, but I have no way of knowing for sure. If it is the same road though, I'm kind of glad I didn't know where we were driving because it was pretty intimidating WITHOUT snow and ice and total dark. :-D It is also probably the most spectacular bit of road I've ever been down.
I have NO photos of the good bits. None. There is NOWHERE to stop and take them, and no "scenic pull-outs" because there is ...
... Milt's Stop and Eat - it is a spot for locals. It looks the same as it was in 1954. You walk to a window and order and then you eat on picnic tables. The locals love to talk. I think the best part of every trip is getting to meet the people.
Took 191 north to West 70 then to 24 west and into Torrey(town.) Capital Reef National Park is right there.
Since you are in the desert don't expect to get a signal on your phone or GPS (you don't need one in Utah.)