Shady Acres Rv Park And Campground

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

Arches National Park is awesome. . .

A travel blog entry by nboersma on Sep 05, 2014

2 comments, 36 photos

... a size relationship. They are awesome and tall.

Got a comment from Bill & Wanda and he is right. My camera does have a great zoom feature. It's a Canon SX50HS. The optical zoom is 50X or 24mm to 1200mm. The video is 1080P HD.

This brings our NP adventure to a close as we start our trek home to Michigan tomorrow morning. Now we are taking our time and will be home on the 12th of September.


Travel day to Bryce

A travel blog entry by lisamm on Aug 06, 2013

Out of camp just after half 7, supermarket stop to shop for the next two days and then a long drive to Bryce. Very scenic drive through Dixie National Forest with an overlook stopover for lunch then back on the road to Bryce. Got to the park earlier than robin expected so after setting up the camp we drove to one of the overlooks- spectacular :) robins plan was ...

Simply Exhausted

A travel blog entry by tlmedsker on Jun 11, 2013

6 photos

... the car, crossed our fingers and headed back up the mountain leaving The Stanley Hotel and Estes Park behind.

We drove straight to Green River, Utah, snapping scenic photos along the way. The drive was about 6 hours and although the temps were still high, as well as the altitude, Bess only had one more incidence of stalling (luckily OFF that mountain with a place to pull over). We were probably ...

Day 18 - Driving to Green River, UT

A travel blog entry by travelalongto on Jul 10, 2012

24 photos

... Rock) by the Navajo who believe the sacred site was once a giant bird who brought their ancestors to this remote part of New Mexico.

Princess B and I decided to take an hour long detour in order to see the Four Corners Monument. The car we followed all the way from Shiprock (approx 35 miles) turned around and left after being stopped at the front cashier's booth. ...

A Long Ride with Benefits...

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 14, 2012

... motorhome and were parked near me...and the dumpster. They were from the German-speaking area, so we visited easily auf Deutsch.

I had intended to find a trail and ride this afternoon, but everything seems to be several miles away. I brought no bike rack for the Sooby, so will just hang out and get caught up. A bit of time in the sun will be good too. No photos this time, since driving the two-hundred and ten miles kept me busy ...