South-Forty RV Park
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews South-Forty RV Park Marysvale
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... how the earth's surface was built, folded, and eroded. The most impressive views, however, are of the 1,000-foot-high brightly colored tiered cliffs all throughout the park that erosive forces have sculpted into canyons, mesas, buttes, and mazes. The elevation in the campground is 5,343 feet, and highs have been in the mid-80's, lows in the low-50's, and it's been partly sunny with rain one ...
steve - we visited the bike shop early and eventually discussed the problems with my bike. it appears the clutch is indeed completely fried and also the water pump seals.
estimated costs $600 owch!!
so we spent the rest of the day washing clothes, ironing, chilling out and sleeping.
... chain saw fallen trees the lot.
we reached our camp, loaded bikes and luggage and started off back down the trail.
ken took us to his camp and cooked some hot dogs and gave us water etc. he is the best American we have met by far.
his family turned up to set up camp so off we went to the nearest town. the bike shop had closed down so he took us another 40 miles to Richfield.
... would have been as punishing as what we had experienced the previous day. I guess we will never know…
Cruising downhill, we missed our next turn and had to backtrack uphill for a few minutes. We figured we would stop at the next town and get something to eat at a restaurant. It was not to be. It was Sunday and we were in Mormon country. EVERYTHING was shut. So, we found a nice shaded picnic area with tables and slightly uncomfortable benches for ...
... I really have to say after today is WOW! We left Williams, Arizona this morning and drove through their adorable main street. It looked like the perfect little town to spend the Fourth of July in...small shops and diners, American flags and old cars. We didn't get the chance to stop but it was still very cute to drive through. Then we took off on the 40 and the 89 to make our way to Utah. We saw some of the prettiest sceneries. We drove through red canyons, Navajo desserts, ...