Our October begins in a camp near Beaver, Utah.
From this site the Perfect Tow Vehicle carries us on short excursions.
Little Cottonwood Campground is only a few miles up the road. The closed campground provides a pleasant place for walks with Bridget and Reggie.
The town of Beaver is handy for groceries, gas, propane, and laundry facilities.
One day we take a drive out to Minersville Reservoir, aka Minersville Lake.
The crew and I check out Beaver County’s campground.
I like the rural setting and decide to move our camp here.
A few people fish from boats. Water in the reservoir is low. The many pelicans don’t seem to mind!
This is a cozy camp for me and the crew.
We might have camped at nearby Pine Valley Recreation Area if it weren’t at a high elevation — too high for camping at this time of year, but a pretty place for a day trip!
We also take a drive to see Gunlock State Park.
Not many people here during this time of year.
On the 15th the crew and I visit spectacular Snow Canyon!
The rock formations are massive! In the photo below, people are mere specks in contrast.
Interstate 15 takes us through the visually stunning Virgin River Gorge in the northwest corner of Arizona.
We land at Cedar Pocket Campground!
Bridget and Reggie have a great time walking (or riding) around the campground, meeting people and their dogs. We follow a trail from the campground to an interpretive display.
The crew and I camp here into November.
The next post will wrap up this review of our camps of 2015!
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