Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZion Ponderosa Ranch Resort Zion National Park
Fantastic stay in a Wagon, comfortable and fun. It was like staying in a cabin but alot more quirky. It is a 'must do' when you are doing the wild west. The facilites were clean and good. It ialso had a swimming pool which was a real bonus.
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Late start yet again due to being up so late prior.. last time for the coffee and pastry for breakfast boo hoo.. today we spent most of the afternoon travelling, stopping at odd places of interest on the way.. old western town, a frozen yogurt shop, the most unbelievable array of choices for yogurts and toppings which they then weigh to give you a …
... accessible. It was amazing seeing how many squirrels were on this path and that non of the. Had any fear whatsoever of people. By this time I was pretty exhausted and basically sleeping on my feet so it was back to the campsite for a nap for me. When I woke up from my nap I jumped in the shower and then just sat around relaxing before dinner. We were all pretty tired after our day of hiking and we also had an early start the next day so it was off to bed pretty ...
... 8230; and instead of having 300-400 rooms like the lodges mentioned above the park might have 100 rooms at best….
From the lodge we wandered along the Virgin River… The river flows from the top of the mountains at about 8,000 ft… and runs down to almost sea level behind Hoover Dam on Lake Mead were it flows into the Colorado River… They say that in the rainy season (3 week ...
... ahead. Continuing to Arizona, we crossed state lines multiple times on the circuitous "country road" driving that typified this Adventure. Along the way, we were approached by a young man passing out notices announcing the opening of Utah’s national parks in a couple days – the first solid indication that the government shutdown might not affect our program after all.
Day 3: Because of aforementioned ...