Whispering Sands Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Whispering Sands Motel Hanksville
Travel Blogs from Hanksville
... Scout leader pushed
over a goblin) and Rusty was excited for me to see it ever since he took his
mother there early 2013. It was better than I thought. There was so many
goblins…..it was just huge. This is a place my grandchildren would love
climbing all over the valley, yip it is allowed, you just can’t destroy them
(stupid boy scout leader could have ruin it for all of us). We walked all over
... We could walk around the campground and it was like a mini United Nations with all the languages and accents. They have to be a huge blessing for the economy out here. All that we talked to were very friendly and happy to be visiting our country. We pulled out of camp at 8:30 with the temperature already at 70 degrees. There were very high thin clouds...a beautiful sunny day. What John thought was the highlight of his day (stay tuned to find out why that was NOT the case!!) ...
... bum. After several false summits, I finally got to Hite. This place has beautiful landscapes but it's not as advertised from the road. "Swim at your own risk" said one sign. "Boat ramp this way." Two miles further, I discovered the lake was completely dried up where they have a boat ramp. It's just dust. The camp area is in extreme full sun exposure. It's just a dirt lot with a few picnic tables and a water spigot up by the ...
... my panniers off, and come to see there were FIVE holes in the tire. As I was doing to repair, a German lady came over with ice cold water and filled my bottles. She was cool. Another cool person was the guy I met at a pullout while taking pictures. He talked about a bike race he's nervous about in Portland in a couple weeks. I stopped on the side of the road for a picture of a decrepit brick house. ...
... along the flat canyon. Capitol Reef National Park revealed a beautiful pocket of camp areas and walking trails with trees and shade, then continued on route 12 Dixie National Forrest which lead us back to forrested high country again. Through Boulder amd along the Grand Staircase in Escalante.........cowboy and Indian country. Potatoe Valley Lions Club Park ...