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Old 02-02-2005, 03:43 PM   #1
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We are in Phoenix right now and are planning to go to St George next week and take day trips to Zion and Bryce and wherever else appeals to us. Any suggestions on where to stay and if it is reasonable this time of year to visit those parks.
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We are in Phoenix right now and are planning to go to St George next week and take day trips to Zion and Bryce and wherever else appeals to us. Any suggestions on where to stay and if it is reasonable this time of year to visit those parks.
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Well, the floods are gone from St. Goerge and most traffic is back to normal.
Bryce and Zion are "iffy" this time of year. At least getting to Bryce. But they keep the roads pretty well cleaned off. Bryce should be georgeous this time of year and with the recent rains, I understand Zion has a new fresh look to it.
Lots of great campgrounds in St. George. Red Bluffs comes to mind. Do keep in mind that many of the C.G.'s in St. George do have snowbirds and 'seasonals' in place.
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