Grand Staircase Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Staircase Inn Cannonville
Good average country motel. Clean. Quiet.
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... planned dragging our suitcases along the strip.
We found the right place behind the casino reasonably quickly, but were early enough for the tour bus not to be there yet.
After some confusion about which tour bus to get on, we, with another dozen passengers climbed aboard a fourteen seat bus with our guide Rachel, and a mountain of luggage. We weren't the only world travelers taking all our gear camping.
Rachel was an ex-Pat pom, and as ...
... Rosie who was 4 wheel drive and not the Ford Explorer) and we eventually arrived at the campsite. There was only one space left so we took it even though the pitch wasn't that great for a tent but we managed to wiggle Terry Tent into the best of it. We have a big canopy here with a picnic bench underneath it and a fire ring.
The only slight snag were the signs up warning us about rattlesnakes living in the area. Oh well. It is a ...
... Still people mistake them for the deer because from the back both have white bums. Rattlesnakes have made frequent appearances this summer. Perhaps it is due to the fact they are constructing a 10 foot multiuse trail through the park that has disturbed their habitat. We have no less than two sightings reported daily. The response by the law enforcement Park Rangers is to capture the snake and relocate it a short distance away to an area where fewer people will ...
I don't know how everyone else feels, but this is my favorite campsite. We're smack in the middle of the most beautiful mountains, it is cool at night, it's not buggy, and we can hike up a little hill at the base of our campsite and just marvel at the beauty of this area. Another bonus: The kids can play ping-pong and swim in the pool and we got all our laundry done!
Wi-fi capacity is limited here, so I'll post pics later.
... used for fires starters. When the early settlers from the East (New England) saw this they commented "Silly Paiutes, trying to tap maple syrup out of a pine tree."
There are other trees in the park and I will address them at a later time.
My next challenge is preparing a geology talk for adults. Live , love and learn!
Hope your summer is rewarding and filled with great memories.
From Bryce Canyon