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Old 06-08-2020, 08:33 PM   #1
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Southern Utah National Park Campground OPEN

If anyone is heading to Southern Utah to visit all the great NP there here is a great campground suggestion that is over looked as a basecamp. I have used this campground twice and is away from the crazy stuff in the southern towns.
Yes you have to drive from here but its a great central point for all the Utah NP's and I just received this email saying they are ready now that restrictions have been lowered in Utah

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WE ARE OPEN & TAKING RESERVATIONS!
With travel & stay-at-home restrictions loosening up... are you ready to "unleash the adventure"?

Cedar Breaks RV Park in Cedar City is Open & Taking Reservations - and many of the National Parks have recently re-opened in southern Utah!
No matter where you plan to visit (Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks, Zions National Park, Brians Head Ski Resort or even the Grand Canyon), Cedar Breaks RV Park is conveniently located and is your “Gateway to Adventure” in southern Utah.
With RV full hook-ups, bathrooms & showers, on-site laundry, small guest cabins, pet friendly and free wi-fi… reserve your space today!

Call 1-435-586-2550 or visit our website at https://cedarbreaksrv.com

We invite you to Come Stay and Play!
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Old 06-08-2020, 08:42 PM   #2
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Here are a few pictures from Zion NP last year.
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Old 06-08-2020, 08:45 PM   #3
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How about a map showing my past routes.
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Old 06-08-2020, 08:48 PM   #4
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The Wave in the Coyote Buttes area by the Arizona border Utah, sandstone wave.
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Old 06-09-2020, 01:06 PM   #5
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My wife is eager to go there but neither one of us has a big fan of the heat this time of year. obviously you're a fan of the park and we wish all those parks the best of luck with what is left of their season, since the government screwed them financially for the last 2 months while most hotels, at least in SoCal remained open where the exposure is sleeping in the same bed as the last guy, while not even redused capacity or other social restrictions were allow for RV parks and rvers, who only sleep and eat in their own space. We look forward to going to Utah in the near future and we may very well try that campground thank you.
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Old 06-09-2020, 07:05 PM   #6
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Yes Tom you need to visit in spring or fall.
I personally like May when the rivers, streams, and waterfalls are fully rolling from the snow melt off.
I have also visited in July and actually the temps were reasonable in the 80's.
It was a lot cooler than Salt Lake City or St George which get extremely hot.
On the north part the loop friends have run into snow fall a few days but melts off quickly.

Anyway another great trip.
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If anyone is heading to Southern Utah to visit all the great NP there here is a great campground suggestion that is over looked as a basecamp. I have used this campground twice and is away from the crazy stuff in the southern towns.
Yes you have to drive from here but its a great central point for all the Utah NP's and I just received this email saying they are ready now that restrictions have been lowered in Utah

EMAIL from the Campground........
WE ARE OPEN & TAKING RESERVATIONS!
With travel & stay-at-home restrictions loosening up... are you ready to "unleash the adventure"?

Cedar Breaks RV Park in Cedar City is Open & Taking Reservations - and many of the National Parks have recently re-opened in southern Utah!
No matter where you plan to visit (Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks, Zions National Park, Brians Head Ski Resort or even the Grand Canyon), Cedar Breaks RV Park is conveniently located and is your “Gateway to Adventure” in southern Utah.
With RV full hook-ups, bathrooms & showers, on-site laundry, small guest cabins, pet friendly and free wi-fi… reserve your space today!

Call 1-435-586-2550 or visit our website at https://cedarbreaksrv.com

We invite you to Come Stay and Play!
Shhhhhhh, quiet We are heading there on Monday. Don't spread that around.
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Old 06-09-2020, 08:27 PM   #8
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Shhhhhhh, quiet We are heading there on Monday. Don't spread that around.
I'm right behind you. If it wasn't for a dental appoint this Friday I'd be heading there now.
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