Utah Trails Cultural Center

Just south of Mt. Carmel Junction, Orderville, Utah, 84741, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Orderville

Unforgettable Utah!

A travel blog entry by friesendm


... a couple of canyons on the ranch, led, of course, by Lawrence. Petroglyphs and pictographs, going back centuries, were part of this experience in an area very few outsiders ever see! On the return to our hotel in Bluff, Goosenecks State Park helped us understand the geological phenomenon of an entranced meander, the San Juan River running in a series of oxbows 1000 feet deep over a distance of 6 miles that your average crow could ...

Leaving Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by brytorlyn


... up the ramp and we get in the nice warm cab of the truck to head to town. The tow truck company is actually in the parking lot of the sherriff department. As he drops our car off the police officer shows up and takes a report. We are informed at this point that ...

Snowy Zion

A travel blog entry by 46thelrose8

... there and watched the interesting movie and looked at the displays. By the time we got back to the visitor center it was time to go pick up the dog. For those of you with dogs, a new LaQuinta just opened in town and they accept dogs and also a Hampton Inn is almost done and they will also accept dogs ...

Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

... been warned by someone at the BLM that Route 5 was flooded in spots on the way to Colorado City so I took 109 instead. I had wanted to make it out in time to stop at the Pipe Spring National Monument but I was much too late for that. I headed for Kanab and got a room.

The parts of Grand Canyon-Parashant that I saw were mostly Juniper and Pinyon Pine forest, not desert as I had expected. It's certainly not ...

Wal-Mart, In and Out, and Chain Hotels

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn


... shot, a Wal-Mart, you know? And we love to complain about them, but we couldn't do what we're doing without them. And that's a conundrum. Hooray for the National Parks; if they do nothing else, they protect parts of these lands from our own desire to pave them over with more ready-made, cookie cutter storefronts. They stand as a kind of invisible fortress to protect the wild adventures we all still need. ...


This hotel, located on Just south of Mt. Carmel Junction, Orderville, is near Moqui Cave, Old Paria, and Paria River Canyon.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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