Super 8 St. George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from St. George
... of Zion's early beginnings.
Our journey to this park began with the realization that we were attempting to make reservations at a RV park near one of the most popular parks in the USA over Memorial Day Weekend! This holiday seemed to come about one week early this year! After a few calls, I found one spot open in the town of Hurricane in a park called “Willow Wind”. Are you starting to wonder if it gets windy here? - At Willow Wind in Hurricane? ...
... each group of about eight to ten people, making sure no one gets left behind. Some of the passages are very tight squeezes with low ceilings and narrow spaces between the walls, while every so often there is a larger open space. At the end, there's yet another set of stairs which allows you to pop ...
... of days, great conversations and met their mom and dad - Les and Kay. Short visits and hopefully not the last. All have invites to come east and spend more time visiting. On a trip like this, one doesn't nearly spend the time we'd like to. The next morning we left for Nevada, where we decided to get on the lonliest road in the U.S.A., and it's about 325 miles, with a teeny town ...
... Texas fell off one of the edges on the South Rim just 3 days ago). In any case, we enjoyed the views and then headed out of the park to St. George, Utah (on our way to Las Vegas). The drive took another 3ish hours, and we ended in St. George - which was such a cute, adorable town that I wished we had planned to stay an additional day here! It's a university town with lots of cute little restaurants and stores. In any case, we got to our hotel ...
... hay, water...and lots of cowboys driving those trucks. Once the caravan was all over on north bound I-15, the caravaning began. The light flashing police car led and trailed the caravan, blocking both lanes so we could not past. At first we thought these were from the Cliven Bundy group (see the news - it is a small range war in this part of Nevada), and the police were escorting them to the Muddy River. But as they passed all the exits, we realized these were the ...