Shady Acres Rv Park And Campground

Address: 360 E Main, Green River, Utah, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 360 E Main, Green River, is near Green River.
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Travel Blogs from Green River

Day 4 Road Tripping With The Experts

A travel blog entry by redrox on Sep 27, 2014

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... we looked outside and it was starting to rain heavily. The waiter asked us if we wanted dessert. Well, why not? Who wants to leave in a shower? So lunch did go on for another half hour.
Finally, we left and began the drive back to GR. on the way we could see heavy storms ahead. We received a bundle of messages from others who were in the storms and having a hard time getting back to town. Long story short, we decided against the outdoor pizza party that we had planned ...

Day 3 Little Wild Horse Canyon

A travel blog entry by redrox on Sep 26, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... Hans and Antionette.
We were forced to do a group photo without the 9 Canyoneers, but there were still 16 of us in the shot. As we walked next door to the Tamerisk Restaurant many of us were sending texts and leaving messages for the missing hikers. We ordered dinner and ate and socialized, though as time went on, we were all worried because we still had no word from our friends.
We finished dinner and went back next door to discuss plans for the next day. But no one ...

Capitol Reef National Park

A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 07, 2014

12 photos

... and heard the thunder in the distance and soon it was right over our heads, but as we already had almost reached our destination we just carried on through the arch and then headed back. But the rain got pretty heavy and, as we were pretty high up, we took shelter under a large-ish rock overhang and waited out the rain. The thunder was really loud, the lightning close, but we were entertained by the waterfall across the canyon getting stronger ...

That Bloody Canyon!

A travel blog entry by netraveller on Apr 04, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... canyoneering boots, which have ‘sticky’ grips, and the fact I had to bridge the gap between the two sides with my body as I ascended - a narrow squeek indeed. This time, though, I’m not too bothered as it was a safety issue rather than a convenience one. I’m now ensconsed in the Robber’s Roost Motel in Green River for the night and have decided not to do further slots or the desert hike ...

Day 47 - Driving from Bryce to Green River

A travel blog entry by springramble on Apr 26, 2013

44 photos

We've been very lucky with the weather. It was another beautiful clear morning, mid 50's. We had a wonderful drive on Hwy 12 East through Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, which had eroded sandstone hillsides. Just east of Escalante, we drove through Kaiporwits Plateau. Between Boulder and Grover, we reached an elevation of 9600 feet, where there was still snow ...