Econo Lodge

Address: 1635 North Elk, Rock Springs, Wyoming, 82901, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1635 North Elk, Rock Springs, is near Upper New Fork River.
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    Travel Blogs from Rock Springs

    Day 11

    A travel blog entry by springramble2 on May 21, 2015

    38 photos

    ... Dan dropped me off at the Jukebox Quilt shop, which was quite small, but I found an interesting Australian print. The shop was right beside a train track and the owner was having a sale, that when you heard the train whistle you could get 40% off a yard of fabric, so I took advantage of that. We stopped at Burger King for some lunch then headed to Laramie on hwy 287. We were going to go to the train yard again to watch the trains and take some pictures, but it ...

    Day 1 - Driving, Driving, Driving to Rock Springs

    A travel blog entry by jrammon on Jul 12, 2014

    32 photos

    Today is a long drive day. We started with a shared favorite - Cracker Barrel for a good breakfast. The Dickinson family introduced to Cracker Barrel on our first visit to Nashville and we have enjoyed its consistency on many of our road trips. After breakfast we made a stop at Walgreens in Fort Collins to stock up on water and a few road snacks. Next we visited a Best Buy and replaced the lost camera. The camera was on sale for a ...

    Are We There Yet?

    A travel blog entry by videoray.ag on Oct 02, 2013

    6 photos

    ... by a $750 fine. And here's some more Wyoming trivia. Wyoming has the smallest population and the lowest population density of the lower 48 states.

    As we pierce the heart of Denver (who needs beltways when Google traffic reports the direct route is all clear), Bill starts to shake again. He can't decide which he hates more - 10% grades or city traffic diving, darting and jogging left and ...

    The Terrain's Aflame in Wyoming

    A travel blog entry by lstoneham on Aug 29, 2012

    14 photos

    ... straddles the border of Wyoming through dramatic geologic formations caused by the Uinta Fault and extremely twisted rock layers representing different ...

    Rock Springs - Best in the Dark When You Can't See

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 28, 2012

    ... opinion Rock Springs and the terrain around it are among the least attractive places I've been in the U.S. There’s some prosperity in Rock Springs because of the high salaries associated with the mining economy, but it’s a raw bleak rough truck-stop and strip mining kind of a place in barren semi-desert rangeland. An acquaintance mentioned something about a wildlife refuge in the area. I don’t care if there are pronghorns or ...