South-Forty RV Park

Address: 1170 N Highway 89, Marysvale, Utah, 84750, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 1170 N Highway 89, Marysvale, is near Fremont Indian State Park and Museum, Fremont Indian State Park, Columnar Jointing Area, and Arch of Art Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Marysvale

      Heading to relatives house

      A travel blog entry by mcclain on Nov 15, 2014

      • Leaving Fremont is very sad! I learned a lot and made new friends
      • I drove for three hours and 129 miles and stopped at 10:00 am at, Arco in Richfield to get gas and spent $29.52
      • I had to restock on food, I bought seven ...

      No Saloons in Utah!

      A travel blog entry by pezusa2014 on Aug 22, 2014

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      A slight change plan after leaving Alpine. From Yellowstone National Park our trusty GPS system who we've nicknamed Annie Oakley but Ange changed it to Calamity Jane after some incorrect routes, took us on a 200 mile detour into Idaho when we should have been on the western side of the Grand Tetons but ended up on the eastern side in Idaho between the potato farms, but as out trip has turned out and Snap's well worn saying of 'A meant to be here moment' we got to see the ...

      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. ...

      Rock & Road

      A travel blog entry by wordmom on Jun 29, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      STATS: 322 miles 9 hours travel time...but we got ripped off an hour cause of time change (so really 8 hours!) FUN FACTS ABOUT BEAVER (no comments!): Butch Cassidy was born there! In 2006 Beaver won a contest for best rural tasting water in the US HIGHLIGHTS: Navajo Bridge Marble Canyon (which is more beautiful than the Grand Canyon...oops) Helping an elderly couple who's car broke down HARRY: We drove...a lot. BUT we got to see Marble Canyon, which was beautiful! It advised us to ...