Willow Flat Campground

Address: 7.5 Miles South of the Visitor Center, Canyonlands National Park, Utah, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 7.5 Miles South of the Visitor Center, Canyonlands National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Canyonlands National Park

Zion - Bryce Canyon - Arches

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jun 09, 2015

2 comments, 25 photos

... It almost doesn't look real.

We enjoyed the views and took quite a few photos before deciding to have some lunch in the Bryce Canyon Lodge. After two days of eating PB&J on the trails of Zion NP, it was nice to sit down and have lunch in the lodge. Lunch was good but, again, we still had a bit of driving to do to get to Moab. Although the drive was about 4 hours, it seemed to go by fast. The scenery was amazing. We arrived ...

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on May 02, 2015

3 comments, 21 photos

... photographs of flowers. I leave you with some of mine. See you tomorrow!


A Serendipitous Change of Plans

A travel blog entry by lacasarodante on Apr 20, 2015

6 photos

... I-phone 6’s (the group were from the Bay Area of San Francisco/Silicon Valley on a tour of the southwest) and took turns taking each other’s pictures with the distant buttes as a backdrop. After each snap of a photo, the group would form a small scrum to check out the phone's screen view amid much chatter and laughter. The husbands, however, were all toting expensive Nikon’s with heavy lenses. They carefully framed a view of the butte and soberly snapped a shot ...

Pangea in Utah & Arizona

A travel blog entry by fourdaughters on Feb 04, 2015

38 photos

... not all is as it seems. Thousands of people lived in this Valley ( referred to as the Ancients), for thousands of years - generally in raised cave dwellings some 10-20m off the valley floor. We were lucky enough to climb up to quite a few of these and admire their drawings, the evidence of their way of life and the ceramic remains of their cooking & eating utensils. Once the Navajo arrived from the North, in search of warmer lands, the ...

Arches and Dead Horse Point National Park.

A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 09, 2014

8 photos

... pictographs which are painted on using mineral pigments or animal dyes. Like Lascaux the primitive drawings of bighorn sheep, other animals like horses and centipedes put one in touch with another era and civilisation. I found the hand prints  very emotive and also enjoyed seeing the bear with hunters at its nose and back. There was also a line of what looked like paper doll cut outs and other human like shapes or perhaps Gods or representations of them. ...

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