Super 8 Price

Address: 180 North Hospital Drive, Price, Utah, 84501, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 180 North Hospital Drive, Price, is near Cleveland - Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, Manti-La Sal National Forest, Blanding Reservoir #3 and #4, and Recapture Reservoir.
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Travel Blogs from Price

On Toward Utah

A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Aug 19, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... gave us directions to a dealer in Etna who could probably replace the tire. So after a 2 1/4 hour delay, we were on our way again.

As with our usual drive days, there is nothing specific we plan to visit, so the pictures are "drive by shootings" out of the car window of scenery and interesting roadside items.

Tomorrow we will be either at Arches or ...

Wandering across Wyoming

A travel blog entry by svthegraduate on Aug 11, 2014

9 photos

... We're now heading generally south & are back in Utah. Again we are avoiding the cities and searching out National Forests & National Parks. We're heading towards Capitol Reef NP and then on to Bryce NP, a highight of our trip in 2011. We aim to be back in Ridgecrest about 19 August, a few days before Isen's birthday.

Best wishes to you all

Glen & Dave

Idaho into Utah

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 29, 2014

47 photos

... the fire came over the top of the mountain two years earlier. We drove through an interesting lava rock outcropping that looked just like one on the big island of Hawaii. We finally got to potato land across all of southern Idaho and were surprised to see all of the crops being irrigated. We did not think of this area as particularly arid but it must be We saw what appeared to be a few feed lots with ...


A travel blog entry by mcalla2000 on Dec 13, 2013

4 photos

... whereas the ones I recall from Arizona look more weather-worn. Some of these rock mounds look like giant landfills thta got dumped in people’s backyads. In Price, Utah it is 7 Degrees this morning. A lot of ranches have their horses out in the fileds. I know horses are cold weather animals, but to me it seems a little cold to have them out with no protection. I wish they would go out ...

The last few days

A travel blog entry by mudhntrtravels on Aug 01, 2013

... we realized why the peddling had been tough. We both believed that we were peddling on relatively flat ground and that it was the altitude that was sapping our strength. Nope. We had ridden up a gradual incline. All of the small mounds of dirt we had to ride across and around on our way up became berms. All of the obstacles that halted forward progress became ramps to jump over on the trip down. With huge smiles on our faces, we charged down the "flow" trail at top speed, whooping ...