Thousand Lakes RV Park & Campground
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsThousand Lakes RV Park & Campground Torrey
Nice place, good views, good owners, clean park. Low water pressure. WiFi is off and on...not that good.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Thousand Lakes RV Park & Campground Torrey
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Capitol Reef National Park Capitol Reef NP is sometimes overlooked because Zion, Bryce and Arches get all the attention but it's the most unique of all of them for it has Waterpocket Fold geology.
The fold is difficult to describe but....instead of the earth shifting, like normal, the Pacific Plate from the west "folded" the …
... br> Well, our plans to hike the canyons….destroyed by the darn
white stuff I mentioned earlier. It was forecasted to snow and rain and being
in a slot canyon let alone 2 didn’t seem smart so we relaxed and enjoyed the
white stuff while it lasted which wasn’t long where we were but all around us
it kept falling.
We are moving 40 miles down HWY 24 to Hanksville UT.
On the move
Rusty and Debbie
... natural arch formed by erosion in the rock which was disappointing.
This area in particular is very much like Western movie scenery. As we continued to drive toward our accommodation in Caineville, the landscape changed quite dramatically. There were mounds of what looked like piles of gravel in grey & other colours, but were actually rock, some looking very like shale; and then it started to look like sprayed on concrete in differing shades of grey & white. It ...
... park, where there are paved roadways, (we chose to bypass the dirt roads) we exited on the other side and spent some time exploring the area around Torrey. There is a state park just south of Torrey and at 9600 ft. the views of the valley below take in the distant mountains and the topography that is Capitol Reef.
When we arrived at our hotel, we were surprised to discover that Beamer was not welcome. We book ...
... that operated from 1933 to 1942 as part of FDR’s New Deal. It provided unskilled manual labor jobs related to the conservation and development of natural resources in rural lands owned by federal, state and local governments. When the Civilian Conservation Corps built UT-12, the new road provided the first year-round access for cars to this once-isolated part of southwestern Utah. *** There’s red rock everywhere you look. The ...