Goosenecks State Park Moki Dugway and Muley Point

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    Ray
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    See Full Blog Post – http://www.loveyourrv.com/goosenecks-state-park-utah/

    In the video, I give you a look at our dry camping spot in Goosenecks State Park, Utah. It’s perched high above the San Juan River which has formed amazing snaking canyons over the millennia.

    Short of amenities but flush with epic views. At just 10 bucks a night it’s a deal and a half!

    Within a half hour to 45-minute drive, you can explore out of this world desert terrains such as iconic Monument Valley, Valley of the Gods, etc.

    See my previous video of camping in the Valley of the Gods BLM area – http://www.loveyourrv.com/boondocking-fun-in-the-valley-of-the-gods-utah/

    In the video, there is also footage from our drive up to the Muley Point Overlook via the Moki Dugway. From there you can really get a look at the humongous scale of the place.

    RVHH Chief Cook and Bottle Washer - LoveYourRV.com

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    Thad Schroeder
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    Ray,

    Enjoyed your video of Goosenecks SP and Moki Dugway.  We were down there last November and camped in the Valley of the Gods.  Beautiful spot!  Believe it or not we drove our 30′ AF 25Y down the Moki Dugway.  Your video brought back the thrill!

    Thadster

     

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    LolaandRush
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    Yep brings back memories for sure. We look forward to another adventure at the Valley and the Gooseneck. Of course Eddie and Aileen always say, if you don’t leave that east coast you want never see it. We coming one step at a time.

    We became FullTimers July !6th, 2016

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