Fredonia Travel Guide

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Fredonia Things to Do

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    by Basaic Written Jul 21, 2009

    The Le Fevre Overlook is near the town of Fredonia, and is part of the Kaibab National Forest. If you are driving on US Highway 89A, stop and check it out. There is a short trail to the overlooks. They are not difficult; but are not handicapped accessible.

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    • Eco-Tourism
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    Sage blooming on the nature trail

    by mtncorg Written Oct 3, 2005

    A short trail goes up into the sandstone above the castle - the castle is built into the bluff much in the fashion of a modern-day daylight ranch house. You have wide views out over the plains of the Arizona Strip and there are trailside signs that further your education as to native geology and flora.

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    • Desert
    • Hiking and Walking

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    One spring-fed pond leads to another

    by mtncorg Written Oct 3, 2005

    The original springs finally ran dry a few years ago, but the Park Service drilled another. The water flows into the old ranch dairy in the ground floor of Winsor Castle. Cheese was an important source of food for people working on the nearby St George Temple. Much of the cheese was made here at the ranch. Water flowed from the springs and out into these two ponds which were then used to irrigate the gardens and water the livestock.

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    • Historical Travel
    • Castles and Palaces

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Fredonia Off The Beaten Path

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    by Pavlik_NL Written Oct 4, 2002

    Fredonia and the Pink Sand Dunes are definately off the beaten paths destinations. Often one stands alone and gazes over the silent hills of orange sand that the wind has deposited here. Most people drive straigth from places up North (for example around Bryce Canyon or Zion) to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Make the drive less hurried and take your time by enjoying a scenic route. One always sees more of the country and it's nature and ... there is this chance of a complete SURPRISE!

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    by 10eke Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Fondest memory: This friendly lady is an excellent guide. Dressed like the original settlers, her stories and explanations allowed us to understand what is was like to live here in the 19th century. Thanks!

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