Cliffview Resort

400 Cliffview Road, Rogers, Kentucky, 41365, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 400 Cliffview Road, Rogers, is near Natural Bridge State Resort Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Rogers

    Twisting the day away

    A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 01, 2014

    20 photos

    ... see I64, but at 36C, we were really hot. How hot were we? Well, so hot that I wrote a limerick about it.

    There was a young lady named Janet
    Who said, "It's too hot on this planet"
    So she strapped on some ice
    And said, "That's very nice"
    Crushed ice works is the way she can stand it

    ...

    Natural Bridge State Park

    A travel blog entry by brightfamily on Jul 13, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Took a right hand turn this trip and went west this leg of the trip. We were bound for Natural Bridge State Park in Slade Ky. It was a short ride, only about 2 hours. The park has two campgrounds. The one we stayed at was down in a valley, just below the road we drove in on. Road noise was a problem during the day, with eighteen wheelers downshifting ...

    Mo Gorge, Mo Power

    A travel blog entry by benandlindsey on Nov 03, 2012

    9 comments, 3 photos

    ... one Rollo and the little white one Sticks.


    The Lilly Pad - the best place to camp near the Obed!


    We are seriously disappointed that we passed through on a Monday and missed women's mud wrestling!
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    Kentucky Power

    A travel blog entry by benandlindsey on Oct 28, 2012

    5 comments

    ... jug hauls." As our friend, Mike Hopp once put it, "It's the biggest jugs you ever fell off of." Keeping endurance for the forearm-pumping climbs meant sprinkling in slabbier climbs to continue moving was essential. It had rained the night before, however, so some of the slabs were still a little wet.

    By noon, ...

    Saying Goodbye is Hard to Do

    A travel blog entry by stmichael on Jul 20, 2012

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... we could see Cam leaning against the glass of the sliding door that opened onto their new porch. His face was pushed up against the glass with his tongue out, his expression squished against the glass to get all of our attention. As we walked towards the porch his grandmother let him out of the house and he ran like a lightning bolt into the open arms of Lauren and Trevor, asking us all where we’d all been! As we pulled out and carried over ...