Prospector Inn

Address: 380 W Main St, Escalante, Utah, 84726-7705, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 380 W Main St, Escalante, is near Highway 12 Scenic Byway, Peekaboo Gulch, Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, and Escalante Resource Area.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsProspector Inn Escalante

        Reviewed by petkatravels

        A comfortable night with everything we needed.

        Reviewed Apr 7, 2015
        by (28 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        We were very happy with the clean warm room and the helpful staff.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Prospector Inn Escalante

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Escalante

        Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, Utah

        A travel blog entry by gsnakehill


        ... a Spanish Missionary, Father Escalante who explored the Great Basin region in search of an overland route from New Mexico to California. The park is surrounded by the National Monument of the Grand Staircase-Escalante.

        Nice park that I reviewed below and it sits on the beside the Wide Hollow Reservoir. It snowed last night so some areas north of us have snow and we could see the cliffs across from us with snow on top.


        Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah

        A travel blog entry by gsnakehill


        Wednesday, May 1 - Left Bryce Canyon in the late morning because George wanted to walk along the rim one more time. Drove north about 25 miles on route 12 and then a side road to Kodachrome Basin State Park. I reviewed the park below but it sits right in the middle of a basin and the colors change with the time of day. Beautiful park and we ran into some campers that had been in our loop at Bryce Canyon staying overnight here, since they are heading ...


        A travel blog entry by rowan-blackmore


        ... not to worry, we were in no rush! Finally she managed to get him to his feet. Because she knew I was the only experience rider, she asked me if I would mind ridind double, because my horse was the only one that could carry two! Then she changed her mind, and put Izumi who had come off on her own horse, and that she would walk back and lead the fallen horse. So bless her, she trudged back in the blazing heat, leading the horse and her dog. But soon she ...

        The Last Wilderness

        A travel blog entry by kluehadventures


        ... was just amazing as we traveled to the Escalante visitors center. When we arrived in Escalante we pulled into the visitors center to get more information on the most popular places to see and hike. Since we had driven from the north to the south of the park, the lady said that we had already driven through the most popular places to hike. She was not as helpful as some other rangers, but she gave us a map and ...

        A perfect campground

        A travel blog entry by cytravel


        ... Ranchers have been over-grazing the area ever since. Much of the native vegetation was destroyed by the cows. The Paiute Indians were forced to move because their game habitat had been destroyed by the free-range herds. This is one of the main reasons I don't eat beef.

        Then it was back to our lovely campsite where we spent the rest of the day enjoying the quiet, dipping our feet into the small stream and watching the sun change the colors on the ...