Comfort Inn Zion
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Zion Hurricane
Large room with 2 queen beds, microwave, fridge, iron & ironing board. Water took some time to get warm but when it did it was hot and consistent. Laundry room - better equipped than previous hostel! Breakfast was excellent - cereals, juice, tea, coffee, cold eggs, waffles, toast, scrambled eggs, potato, sausages, biscuits. Great location just a mile from the park entrance.
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... without the proper kit and struggling with their footwear and their stability, as they didn't have a stick.
As we turned each corner of the winding Narrows, a new challenge faced us. Sometimes the river was deep and fast-flowing. Other times it was shallow and calm. If we were lucky we had sections of sandy beaches or loose pebbles to walk across to give ourselves a break ...
We arrive with no issues as usual. We are getting used to this by now. The traffic is still light and it is easy to travel. This state park is on a reservoir, like many state parks. It has a nice size body of water and the campground is a little ways away from the water. The park had a sign out stating that they are having issues with 'Swimmers Itch'. This has something to do with the water being having little critters that bite people and leave them with a rash. So no swimming ...
Took our last look at Grand Canyon from Desert View. Then drove across Navaho lands, looking at striated rock formations. Stopped to shop for jewellery and jerky at Native American stalls overlooking the Little Colorado River.
Arrived at the Navajo Bridge, built 1929 at Marble Canyon. Lees Ferry is about 6 miles upstream, which is where the rubber boats enter the river for the "cruise" downriver. Once operated by one Mormon man, his 2 wives and 20 kids! The ...
... breakfast, and a late check out time.
I don't know how Harper would have managed to set up camp, start a fire (including gathering wood) and cook dinner if he fell asleep a half hour after we left the ****** campsite. The next day we enjoyed a good breakfast and headed back out. Harper had to get back to his parents' house by 4:30pm and so needed to have me in SLC by 4pm which meant we needed to leave before noon. We did but Harper felt so ...
... boy, it was buzzing, and reminded us of a ski resort hub. Carpark FULL signs confirmed this was going to be a hectic stopover. Then we joined the line of cars to enter the national park!
(An aside, park ranger at entry point rather amused at the magic mushrooms on the side of the van!)
Long story short: NP campgrounds FULL, no worries, let's just enjoy the place and find accommodation later. NP car park, ...