Milford Utah fades in the rearview mirror as we continue our path towards southern Utah. We are trying to find a place to stay outside of Hurricane Utah. This place is close to Zion National Park and is crowded with travelers. It never dawned on us that we would encounter so many other RV'ers on this trip. It makes since though. Our last trip was at the end of the season and we traveled north first. This time we're going where the snowbirds go, and doing it during snowbird season. After hours of scouting in Shirley we come up with nothing.
I find an RV park an hour and a half towards the grand canyon with great reviews and full hookups. They accept the RV club card "Passport America" and we don't have one. It makes the RV park prices half off and who can complain about that. We fork over $50 for a membership and get two nights at this place for only $25. That's ridiculously cheap for an RV park.
Washers and dryers are a welcome sight after two weeks of laundry piling up. Having them onsite is just a bonus. Not having to travel across town makes the laundromat experience much more bearable.
This specific park is on the Kaibab Paiute Indian Reservation. It's meticulously clean in the clubhouse and the spaces for the rig are in great shape. What a welcome relief after a few days of boondocking and driving.
Having a walking trail next door that is dog friendly is a huge bonus. Eli leads the way and we click off another two miles before calling it a night.