Quality Inn South Bluff
Travel Blogs from St. George
... are groups of these huge trees that are close together. The House has more trees in the grouping than The Senate. Paul and I had a fun time trying to take some fun pictures.
Zion National Park.
We did this park on the last full day of our trip, so we were pretty tired. We drove to Zion and it was raining. Now raining in the desert is either a slight sprinkle where everyone needs umbrellas, or a ...
... Just having shade is a relief. This is one of a few campgrounds on the entire trip that we can get out chairs, sit outside after dinner and talk with other campers. We’ve only been able to do that in Lee Vining at Yosemite. All the other stops have either been too cold, too windy, too hot or without outdoor tables or room. This one is just right. I think we’ll enjoy this place. ...
... mid-1800's the Mormons came to the area looking for water and land to expand their new homeland in the West. Each of these cultures affected how others in the area utilized and adapted to the area. Naturally, this caused conflicts between Mormons, Navajo, Paiutes and the U.S. Government.
Leeds CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) Camp State Historical Site. Within walking distance of our campsite lies this CCC Camp where, during ...
... Mirage and we rushed in, told the Ushers of our dilemma and ...
... We went for a bike ride and did just that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking