Monday, June 19, 2017

Flaming Gorge–Cedar Springs Campground

Flaming Gorge, UT   High 88  Low 64

The boat ramp just below our campground.

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Jim and the pups near the marina.

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Entrance to Cedar Springs Campground

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View from the host spot in the campground.

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Our site. No neighbors in sight. This is supposed to be a pull through site, but there is no way we could fit around that tree, so Jim backed out.

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$12.50 a night with the Senior Pass. No hookups. $6 to dump and fill (not included in the camping fee)

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We had great Verizon service and OTA TV.

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We checked out all the other campgrounds in the area and are glad we picked Cedar Springs. If we were to come back through this way, I would reserve either site A or B. Nice long back ins.

6 comments:

  1. Looks like a wonderful spot glad you enjoyed it there.

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  2. Huh, our (former) park charges for the dump too and we get nothing but flack.

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  3. We really enjoyed Flaming Gorge. The scenery is spectacular. Beautiful area with some challenging drive,s.

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  4. Flaming Gorge was really my introduction to the "red rock". Centennial was my introduction to my love of the west!

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