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Conviently located near great national and state parks
Not a place a tourist would stay for an extended period of time.
In a nutshell
A nice place to rest up a bit, get gas, food and go on
This place is chock full of tourist items, and they range to the full limit. Nothing racey, but everything else. They even have a photo shoot area where you and the loved one can get a picture dressed up as an old time cowboy, or other outfits of the old days. Denny's also has an upscale restaurant to the side of the store and can enter through the store, or separate entrance.
What to buy: Nothing that I saw. There was a great deal of jewelery and other knick knacks, but not for me.
Updated Oct 24, 2009
It may be a popular destination for visitors, but trust me, it's not worth it. The outside of the cave actually has some nice ruins, but the actual cave is a big dissapointment. If you do wanna stop, just stop to see the ruins, and maybe buy something at the gift shop. Don't pay the 6 dollars to listen to the guy talk about his family history. The cave has completely lost its aspects. The entire place has been turned into a gift shop, and lost all aspects of what a cave is suppose to be. We payed the guy to give us a tour of the cave, and he just blabbded about his family history for like 10 minutes. Then he told us we could go into the actual cave, and he told us there are minerals inside, so we thought it was like cave formations or something. Then when we went inside, it was a display of rocks, and fake pictographs. It was a big dissapointment, and we wasted 13 dollars. If you want to see some real caves, head a few yards down the road. Moqui Cave should deffinately be a pass.
Written Oct 16, 2010
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Good hiking boots with ankle support are best for tackling the dunes. If you hike in the low sun hours, it will be cooler too you'll need at least a light jacket. It is surprisingly chilly once the sun goes down. Sunglasses make for a "rosier" experience. ;)
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sun screen if hiking during the day and with all that reflective sand about it's best to wear it any time of day.
Photo Equipment: Wide angle for atmospheric dune shots. Polarizer if shooting during the day but best to let nature's polarizer do the work by shooting when the sun is lower on the horizon.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Tent, sleeping bags, and mats make camping in the dunes an all to comfy experience.
Updated Jun 17, 2009