Coral Springs Resort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from St. George
... which we went and walked around later. Drove out to see the Tuacan amphitheatre built into the sides of a steep red chasm. Quite impressive. This area Reminds me of the McDonell Ranges near Alice Springs. Same colour. Same size. No dingos. Had a very average meal at the Black Bear Diner. Not the best diner meal we've had. Staying Comfort Inn. Huge comfortable ...
... and never busy. Well, it is backcountry but the trail head is 3 miles from the interstate so actually it is easier to get to than the main park. Doh!
The ranger at the park did warn me that the trail would be busy and I might have to park on the road. This was after she had looked at me a little askance when I said I was doing the hike in a day. This has happened a few times (for example, Mt San J) - come on now I know I am a bit doughy but I can do ...
... more strenuous, steep, rocky trail going up the canyon ridge to 350 feet.
Such a beautiful, serene place with a larger pool at the base of a towering cliff of colorful, streaked Navajo sandstone. It got windy (a front is coming ...
... Red Canyon and Butch Cassiidy Draw – yep ...
... s surroundings look a lot like Moab only without that cool Mtn town charm. I even had a hard time to find a pub with some good brewskis I bet it's all about the Mormon culture around here. Sorry , no prejudices. On the upside: I did find this hopefully amazing thermos bike bottle which keeps whatever chilled for 24 hrs. I'll find out, then I get another one. Really looking forward to Zion, it's gotta be amazing scenery Decide tomorrow if I leave or if I need a day by the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting