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Old 04-25-2014, 05:50 PM   #1
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Utah for RVers

Utah for RVers
Johnny Cash once said, "I have been everywhere man". But, most RVers have not ...

So, I was thinking the other day ... Oh no, DW has that look that I know so well every time I get to thinking ... I told her, no really, I was thinking that RVers want to go and see places, but they don't much enjoy burning diesel just to get there ... So, I said to self, "Self, why not ask others at the irv2 forum for feedback before you start them engines ..."

So, what I'm looking to do is get feedback from others that are familiar with specific states to help snowbirds and sunbirds with their travels.

Since Utah is a favorite place for many RVers ...

What parts of Utah do you recommend for other RVers? ... What parts would you put in the category of not worth the diesel needed to get there?

I think, in time, we could build a database from threads like this for each state in the US, places in Canada, Alaska, etc.

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Utah National Parks

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"With five national parks in close proximity, Utah is America's national park capital. The unique towering sandstone monoliths, red rock spires, deep canyons and sheer cliffs, and natural arches and bridges draw adventurers from around the world."

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We've been to 49 States and all 10 Canadian Provinces and Utah ( been there three times ) is our favorite one for sightseeing. The National Parks are incredible.

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Canyonlands National Park

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I have to agree about Utah. It's a beautiful state to explore. Best bang for the $$ in my opinion. Of course you have to pay for fuel to get there.
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Just about anywhere south of I-70 is like one huge NP. I've been planning my Utah trip for later this year and plotting various destinations.

Still a work in progress but I'll share my map. Note this is not my first trip to Utah.
Utah RV Trip 2014

I'm starting in Moab and will gradually journey down to Zion. I've been to southeastern area a few times before so decided to skip this year and hit places I've never been to those I wish I had stayed longer previous times. Don't ask how long I plan on being in Utah .
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If going through San Juan County, Utah (Canyonlands NP, etc), don't miss going on South of Bluff on US 163 to see Goosenecks SP, Mexican Hat, and the spectacular Monument Valley. Some incredible scenery. Have fun! .......Jim

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