Temple View Lodge

Address: 260 E 400 N, Manti, Utah, 84642, United States | Hotel
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      Warpings, Weathering, and Blessings!

      A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jul 31, 2014

      5 comments, 24 photos

      ... the night, Butch Cassidy RV Park at 4:15. It is an OK park...almost level, fair electricity, and apparently NO WIFI. The good news is that I do have 4G phone service so I should be able to use the hot spot to get this post out as well as pictures and maybe videos. By the way, I was able to upload the videos from yesterday shortly after we arrived here, so if you are interested in seeing them, go back one post! Now for the blessing mentioned in the title of this post. ...

      Beautiful Canyons

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Oct 04, 2013

      17 photos

      ... others there to eventually die of thirst, with the river in sight but out of reach 2000 feet below.

      After attempting to take in the stunning views, we headed back to the visitor centre and car. With a few hours of daylight still left and no spaces at this campsite, we decided to drive on and make up a few more miles. We eventually settled on Millsite State Park campsite, which was really in the middle of nowhere but next to a lake. We pitched up, fed ourselves and crawled in to ...

      Zion, monument valley and arches..

      A travel blog entry by corinneparker on Aug 24, 2012

      134 photos

      When we left vegas we headed for zion national park in Utah.

      The roads are big and long and surrounded by desert, with the odd petrol (gas) station and tiny villages along the way. The fee for the park was $25, and there was a campsite right next to the visitor centre. There was also a trail nearby which of course phil wanted to go and investigate. The park already looked amazing.Sheer sandstone cliff faces, some of them bright red.We saw ...

      America Part 2

      A travel blog entry by amandanz888 on Apr 29, 2012

      14 photos

      ... stop in Aberline, Texas. On the way we had our first flat tire experience followed by an insane thunder n lightning storm while we were attempting to watch a drive in movie. I think most people ended up watching the lightning rather than the movie! Adding to this wonderful experience, on the way back to the camp ground we pulled into a gas station that looked to be in the process of being robbed, needless to say, we did the heroic thing and ran away!

      Ride 'em Cowboy!

      A travel blog entry by thebucknalls on Jun 18, 2010

      16 photos

      ... got huge applause, even the first one out who had fallen off before he had even left the gate. The sheep just shot out from between his legs and he dropped to the floor face first! The older children rode bucking calves which kicked about testing their rodeo prowess. After laughing until we cried, we headed back to the campsite for dinner and to get wrapped up as we were back to cold nights!

      The following day, we headed out on the road ...