Thousand Lakes RV Park & Campground
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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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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 …
... the way. There were awesome panoramic views. Rolling hills spanning for miles on end. The cloud patterns were unusual and fascinating at times. We even stopped for a while to look for smooth rocks to take back with us to Colorado. Lee had an idea about painting them and saving it as a momento of our first bike tour. Before heading to the hotel, we stopped at a gas station and found our Frazil slushies that we had been looking ...
... time to check in to the motel and also drive the ”scenic drive” before sunset. The park was nice, but not our favorite so far. The one thing that was nice was the lack of people overall, but the downside was that there were not very many places to pull off the main road for photo ops. We headed back to town a bit right after sunset for dinner at , and had the most fabulous pizza we can remember for quite some time.
Located in south-central Utah in the heart of red rock country, Capitol Reef National Park is a spectacular park filled with cliffs, canyons, domes and bridges. Centred around the 'Waterpocket Fold', which we're told is a geologic monocline or a 'wrinkle on the earth', that extends almost 100 miles in a north-south direction. That 'fold' was once a huge impediment to travellers.
We had stayed in some cabins at an RV park on thew west side of town ...
... River to Lake Powell but we intended to walk a short section back towards Escalante to see an arch & a natural bridge. The trail criss-crosses the river several times and we knew to wear waterproof boots (taking these off wouldn't be an option for G due to his diabetes) but all the hiking info we had read said that the water wouldn't be higher than ankle deep. Unfortunately there must have been rain somewhere as the river was rushing past at least ...