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Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park Campground: don't miss camping in the pink

To come to Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park and not camp would be a travesty. Not that there is so much to do in the park that you need more time but because the campground is one of the park's true highlights. Camping in such close proximity to the dunes in this beautiful desert is magical and with great modern amenities at hand, it's a can't miss experience.

Tent camping in sand can be messy but you can't deny that it's comfortable. It's soft and forgiving. It' sure easy to drive in the stakes. Our spot was nestled into some nice green shrubbery and junipers to give us some shade and protection from whatever negligible wind was being thrown at us. It was also just steps to a running water faucet and the clean modern restrooms which featured free showers. All that for $16 and you can understand my giving the place such high marks.Oh, and this includes the $4 day use fee for the park so you save that as well. Best of all you can stay in the dunes till it's dark and walk back to your waiting tent, wake up at dawn and walk right back over.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Photography, National/State Park, Camping
  • Written June 17, 2009
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CORAL CAMPING: ATV CENTRAL

Our stay was fine - the campground was full - reservations might not be a bad thing to have for the weekend. Only problem was the cow that got inside the campground perimeter and bellowed at 2 am:-]

$14 gets you a fire ring, a large cement slab and a huge picnic table for your camping site. The size of the picnic table must relate to the fact that family size here in this part of Utah tends to be on the big side. There are plenty of water pumps in the camping area and a large rest area as well. You also have some exhibits in the visitor center near the park entrance. The park is well known and popular with locals, so reservations might not be a bad thing if you can get them. Some of the sites are double sites maybe reflecting the fact that many families in the area are polygomal or just that ATVers like to congregate in groups ;-\

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Desert, National/State Park, Camping
  • Written October 3, 2005
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Marble Canyon Lodge: Close to the Vermilion Cliffs

It was an okay place that has been operated by locals for quite some time. That gave me the feeling they need to pay more attention to the customer. It was quite, but old and the inside had not changed since it may have been a long term stay back in 1950's. It really is like a small apartment, with a full kitchen and counter top eating area.

The unique part of it is the totally unchanged inside and out of the motel after probably 50 years in existence. The owner/staff were not friendly and seemed like they could care less if you stayed here. Price was $57 with tax. That was the good part. Still on a budget run. It may seem far to be about 80 miles from Kanab-but distances around here are meaningless with wide open space

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Arts and Culture, Historical Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written October 24, 2009
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Bob-Bon Inn Motel: Sleeping in Little Hollywood

This motel has a beautiful website, and via this website it is very easy to make a booking.

And that is also what I did, so I booked 4 nights in this motel.

I did choose this motel because of the location, as Kanab was a good starting point to visit the surrounding National Parks. Also the price was good, about 50 US$ for a single room.

But for the single room there were no pictures available at the website, I did only see a black frame, so I thought, well they are still updating their website . . . .

But that was not the fact at all, I believe the main reason was that these room(s) was (were)located in the old part, and the pictures they are showing are the rooms in the new build block, which all look great.

So I was in the old block . . .

The room was very hot, och yes there was an air conditioning unit, but it was such an all in one unit and it was just near the bed, so if I activated it, it blew me almost out of bed, and then there was the noise, just as there was a big engine running next to my bed

So at night it was a hard choice, the heat or the noise.

A kind of a solution was letting the airco run all evening, so that the room cooled down a bit and then turn it off before sleeping time . . .

Reasonable Rates - Cable TV - Air Conditioning (very noisy) - Internet access - Heated pool

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Road Trip
  • Written September 5, 2007
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Bob-Bon Inn Motel: Sleeping in Little Hollywood - 2

So I did book 4 nights in this motel in Kanab.

It was a bit disappointing as I did see the room, as I had seen the pictures of the new rooms in the new block, so I thought my room would be similar.

This was not like that at all . . .

When I entered, the room was hot as hell - bad or no isolation . .

Also the airco which was super noisy did not cool enough, also if you shut it off in a minimum of time the room was hot again.

But that is not all . .

The first evening . . . sleeping time . . . I open the bed, what did I notice ?

There were all kind of long and short black hairs in between the sheets, and a big brown - not to identify - spot in the middle . . .

I can assure that was not a great sight, but it was late in the evening, so too late to go to the office to complain.

So that evening I did sleep on top of the bed.

The morning after, I went to the office, to tell what happened . . .

Well what followed was an impossible discussion, on the detergent they use to wash the sheets and that sometimes hairs stick to the sheets . . .

So there was no sorry available, only angry looks . . . . and that remained like this for my whole stay - these are no friendly people at all

I can tell you it was really disgusting, all those hairs in between the sheets, even in the bathroom there were long hairs on the floor, and no no it weren't mine, wish it were mine (lol)

But then they changed the sheets and then I had clean sheets at last

But they kept looking unfriendly at me - Where was the Western hospitality ? ? ? ?

I know for sure, I would never come back here

You're allowed to access internet for 15 minutes per day per room

In the office there is a collection of movie stars which made western movies in the past in this region - that is why they call it Little Hollywood

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Road Trip
  • Written September 5, 2007
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note the airco just next to the bed

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Redrock Country Inn: Friendliest Little Motel In Utah

This place is really cute. The rooms are absolutely cozy. They have a digital air condition system that uses a remote control. Its great because if you are cold or hot in the middle of the night, you can turn it up or down. They have cable, WiFi internet, and a microwave and fridge. The complex has a very tiny pool and an enclosed jacuzzi. It is within walking distance of restaurants, the grocery store, and other things. I would definitelyu recommend this place for many reasons. The place is conveniently located. They have great prices. The staff is amazingly friendly and kind. And they have this cute little rock formation that they made right outside the office door, check it out. There are quite a few motels in Kanab, but I would choose this one hands down again because this place is affordable, clean, and nice.

The best reason to stay here is the friendly staff. A couple owns this place and they are really great. They are the entire staff here and they manage it really well. I was in the jacuzzi and the wife put the Christmas lights on for us so that we could see better. They are a really great couple and so accomodating. Definitely stay here.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 15, 2008
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  • Reviews: 14

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Mission Inn: Reasonable motel in Kanab

We stayed here beginning of August. Good thing we reserved a room, because there was no vacancy in the whole town of Kanab.
Old motel, but nothing broken and a good breakfast included.
50$ per night.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Road Trip, National/State Park, Budget Travel
  • Written August 22, 2008
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Savage Point B&B: Kanab's Sweetest & Friendliest B&B

This is an intimate, cozy B&B in a great location. There was plenty of privacy (a separate guest entrance, comfy bedroom & spacious bathroom), a woodstove, big orchard & garden in the back. The homemade breakfast (with jams from their garden...delicious) and plenty of expert advice from the interesting and attentive hosts made this a delightful home-away-from-home for the night. Kanab is small but sweet, and best of all - it really is in the heart of the BEST, most AMAZING Natl & State Parks. I even got a permit to THE WAVE at the morning BLM lottery in Kanab. Highly recommend.

Very quiet and private. Pet friendly. Lovely antiques. Free wireless. Close to some neat trails like Peek-A-Boo Slot Canyon, Tom's Canyon. Walking distance of town. Host is a Park Ranger so was REAL helpful planning off the beaten path sidetrips.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Photography, National/State Park, Hiking and Walking
  • Written March 3, 2012
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The cozy bedroom, the host left flowers & cookies!

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  • Reviews: 50

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Comfort Inn: Impeccable

Hotel very clean with nice rooms. The weather was rainy for the only day in Kanab so we did not take advantage of the pool.

ble/Satellite TV
Free Local Calls
Free Wireless High Speed Internet Access
Hair Dryer
In-Room Coffee Maker
In-Room Desk
Individual A/C & Heat
Iron & Ironing Board
Non-Smoking Rooms Available
Pillow Top Mattress
Wake-Up Service
Free Hot Breakfast
Outdoor Whirlpool/Hot Tub

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Family Travel
  • Written October 26, 2012
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