Resort at Bison Ranch

Address: 2269 Highway 260, Overgaard, Arizona, 85933 , United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2269 Highway 260, Overgaard.
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Night 26: Grand Canyon? Check.

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 18, 2014

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... mile long tunnels with windows to light the road. On the other side of the tunnels the temps took a merciful dip into the 90's. We emerged from the park and drove down to the end of UT-9 in the crossroads town of Kanab, Utah. To the west and south is Zion and the awesome Coral Pink Sand Dunes, which burn your feet. To the east is Lake Powell and Marble Canyon. The northeast leads you to Escalante, the staircase of cliffs that lead up the plateau. To the south is ...

Off the beaten path

A travel blog entry by darrylg on Oct 03, 2013

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... the situation. Back on the highway I picked up altitude and had a great view from above to where I had been.

i stopped for an early supper at Jacobs Lake and decided to get a cabin for the night. It is rustic but has heat. I also got a line on a route down a set of "roads" that lead to some great North Rim views of the Grand Canyon but it will take a good hour each way so I will do that in the morning.


Canyons canyons and more canyons

A travel blog entry by bartlind on Sep 13, 2013

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We awoke to a clear bright and fresh morning, we could feel another good day was coming. We headed out of Bryce Canyon land for Grand Canyon North rim, however we decided to make a detour up the Mt Carmel H'way and into Zion, just because we could and we were in the neighbourhood anyway. And oh what a road to enjoy twice over. Fantastic. The queues weren’t so long going into the one way tunnel.

We stopped for lunch in the nice Café in Kanab and ...

Jacobs (Where's the damn lake?) campground :)

A travel blog entry by tomandjulie on Jun 15, 2013

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Our first stop on our Oregon adventure is Jacob Lake campground. It is a cool spot in the pines. We had a site near the road so it was a little bit noisy. There are no hookups in this campground, but there is a motel and restaurant across the street with AMAZING looking cookies! It was the first night in our Kiwi Too travel trailer. I don't think Eme was very comfortable....she ended up sleeping on the floor. But, it was just a lay-over for our next ...

Jurassic Trees

A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jun 17, 2012

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... also down this road. We decided to go and see it and hoping maybe there was a campground right on the water, no luck on the campground, but the reservoir was pretty. We headed back to the Rock Crossing campground which was only $8 per night. It was an extremely well kept campground. Each site had a fire ring, a grill, picnic table and tent pad. The campsites were also like a rock garden. The camp host raked the red rocks just like a japanese zen rock ...