Super 8 St. George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from St George include:
- Julius Erving, former professional basketball player known as Dr. J, who at one time had a 6,572-square foot home here. FYI, he’s two days older than I am, and unlike me, can still dunk. Click here to watch him dunk at age 63.
- LaVell Edwards, legendary football coach at Brigham Young University. Edwards, who is one month older than my riding partner, Ray Sanders, has ...
... remember, from past years, Snow Canyon State Park Campground is located less than ten miles from St. George, higher up in the beauty of the red rocks. This is our forth visit here and is much different. There is spring green... the good news. It's Spring Break... the less than good. The campground is full and there are "Breakers" everywhere one looks. There are lots of families with young children. We are in Utah, after all, if ...
... br> If you were to come from Springdale to find this road, there is a one lane wooden bridge you cross as you begin this journey. By the time we crossed the bridge it was dark so we decided to look for a private campground to stay for the night.
The Quality Inn in Springdale has a very nice RV park attached to it with very nice showers. We both took showers, and then walked into town and had dinner at one of the ...
... do better?
OK, end of sermonizing for today's entry, thanks for indulging me. (Author's privilege. (smile))
I was pleasantly surprised when I was done at Bryce Canyon that I still had more daylight left than I expected, so I proceeded on to Zion National Park, which I had originally expected to visit tomorrow. The road to my target for the night, St. George, UT, runs right through the park, and as you can see from ...
... of the park along the river side in the canyon. We took it to the end then got out and walked the 3.5km Riverside Walk along the bottom of the narrow canyon. We then caught the shuttle back getting out at the Grotto and taking the 1.6km Kayenta Trail connecting with the 1.6km Upper Emerald Pool Trail here we stopped and waited for a bit to see some rock climbers descending but they were taking too long so we headed back down ...