A, B, C’s of our 2nd National Park Experience

A is for "Arches"
A is for “Arches”
B is for "Balancing"
B is for “Balancing”
C is for "Cairns"
C is for “Cairns”

The U.S. National Park Service is 100 hundred years old!  And, in celebration of this centennial, entry to National Parks across the country was free this entire week of April 18th to the 24th. We didn’t realize this when we entered the park and we were disappointed not to be able to use our new $10 senior’s pass! Considering the $25 entry fee was waived it wasn’t crowded and we spent 1 1/2 days in this amazing Arches National Park in Moab, Utah.

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Remarkably – Monumental!

The Goulding’s RV park was recommended and when we heard the name we thought we were going to a town in Utah named Goulding. As it turned out Goulding’s Camp Park is a 1-stop ‘destination’ spot just north of the Arizona-Utah border, adjacent to the Navajo Tribal Park.   The Camp Park includes a lodge, RV park, museum, restaurant, gift store, theatre, grocery store, laundromat, gas station, church, air landing strip, tours and hiking trails.

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Goulding’s Camp Park

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