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Old 10-06-2021, 04:42 AM   #1
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This is a do over the first one did not work out , it got Timed out
Rv resorts and sites to share.
First place is Zion National Park.
Second place is Bryce Canyon National Park for 4 days.
At Zion we stayed at Zion River RV Resort, along the river.
The river roaring all night was very refreshing.
At Bryce Canyon we stayed at
Ruddys Inn RV Resort near the park entrance for 3 days.
If I would go again we would stay the full week at Zion RV Resort,
And drive truck to Bryce Canyon and all the other places to see on the way.
Here are a few photos, I'm not sure if the video will fit on here.
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Old 10-06-2021, 06:18 PM   #2
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UTAH Zion and Bryce Canyon photos

Zion river next to the Zion RV resort TV pad
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In Zion Canyon
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I have many more photos but This site is very picky and difficult to Navigate
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Entering Bryce Canyon
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Very nice. Thanks for sharing!
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Utah has several beautiful area's to visit besides the ones listed. Around Bryce and Zion canyon are several "boondocking" areas that are free if you do not want to pay motel prices for a commercial campground. The area's are just outside the parks and several have spectacular views of the canyons. We use campendium.com to locate places outside national and state parks. We just bring extra water with us and enjoy the solitude of not having other campers 10 feet away.
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Thanks for the tips. Will keep it in mind.
I do love the Moab area.
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Utah has several beautiful area's to visit besides the ones listed. Around Bryce and Zion canyon are several "boondocking" areas that are free if you do not want to pay motel prices for a commercial campground. The area's are just outside the parks and several have spectacular views of the canyons. We use campendium.com to locate places outside national and state parks. We just bring extra water with us and enjoy the solitude of not having other campers 10 feet away.
Thanks I saw those dry camps on hwy 12 , 89, we are used to dry boat camping and having our own cove to ski on a coarse.
On our Bryce, and Zion trip it was a family outing with motor home and my trailer..
The other motor home, what we called the grumpmoblile did not want to dry camp, they were scared of the tunnel between z
ZION and Bryce Canyon, hwy 9.
When we go next spring, summer I wife and I will do the boondocks dry camping.
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