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Old 03-09-2015, 12:58 PM   #15
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Old 03-09-2015, 07:08 PM   #16
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Planning a trip to Sedona and Bryce canyon area this June. Should we make res...

If you don't need hook ups, Bryce Canyon has some very nice spots. We were reserved for Ruby and looked at our spot and left, tight and very sloped. Drove over to Bryce North Campground. Didn't put the slide out but there was room. We have a review here in the campground forum.
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It will be hot in Sedona or Cottonwood. Flagstaff would be cooler. Dead Horse Ranch SP, in Cottonwood, is a nice park. If you go there, make reservations for Quail Loop. It has shade trees at least. Nice area with lots to do.
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Old 03-11-2015, 07:54 AM   #18
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It will be in the high 90's there in June. Sedona get hot in the summer and many days with no wind.
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What will the temps be in late September/early October?
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Sedona in Sept/Oct? Ideal!!
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I have a question about driving a gasser from Zion to Bryce canyon. We are pulling a toad and am concerned about having enough power to handle the elevation gain. Also concerned about the tight turns. Any thoughts?
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Sedona only has one RV park that books up months in advance distance Drums is about 20 miles away on I 17 and is excellent, give them a call.
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Last November we stay in Rio Rancho, just across the river from downtown. Very quiet and very clean restrooms. If I stay there again and we will I would get a river spot - very large and roomy.
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Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood is nice, centrally located and allows for visiting both Sedona, Jerome and Flagstaff
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