South-Forty RV Park

Address: 1170 N Highway 89, Marysvale, Utah, 84750, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 1170 N Highway 89, Marysvale, is near Fremont Indian State Park, Fremont Indian State Park and Museum, Columnar Jointing Area, and Arch of Art Trail.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews South-Forty RV Park Marysvale

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    Travel Blogs from Marysvale

    The waiting game

    A travel blog entry by bluemarlin on Jul 17, 2014

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    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.
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    Perfect Trouble

    A travel blog entry by bluemarlin on Jul 16, 2014

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    Steve - so we survived the night not being eaten. can't say it was the best nights sleep i had.
    we broke camp and packed essentials and hid the rest along with my bike. a combination of me walking, pushing mark and his bike and riding pillion we made it out and off the top of the mountain.
    down in 12 valleys we asked an old guy where we might get some help and he suggested the forest rangers. ...

    Day 2: Fish Lake to Junction

    A travel blog entry by jillgreen on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... bicycle butts. We marveled at our spread of crackers, energy bars and drinks, sausage bites, nuts, dried fruit, HERBALIFE powders and other goodies, before digging in. There was a church next to the picnic area and people were making their way there. Some even came over our way to say hello and invited us to the church service. We politely declined, as we knew we still had some distance to cover that day.

    A bathroom break would have been most welcoming, but there ...

    Rock & Road

    A travel blog entry by wordmom on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... We ended up on some curvy mountain roads and I was not sure I was going to get us out of there alive. But I did! Yippee, we get to see tomorrow! Day two was quite the success. Can't wait to see what tomorrow brings! Tim: When I was a kid one of my favorite things to pretend was "motorhome." I had a toy that was a front dash of car and a steering wheel (it really was a toy, not something my dad put together in the garage). I and some of the other Kurt St kids would pretend that ...

    Day 1: Torrey to Fish Lake

    A travel blog entry by jillgreen on Jun 28, 2014

    14 photos

    ... bob trailer. (We should have weighed the trailer when we returned to Colorado.)

    Eventually we arrived at the Fish Lake turn-off. It was a pleasant downhill cruise for quite a distance.J By the time we reached Mill Meadow Reservoir, it was not even mid-day yet. We figured we would reach our destination within the hour. "I predict about 45 minutes," Monica confidently announced. I even commented on the fact that we did not have to leave all that early every day if we ...