Riverside Trail Park

Fredonia, Arizona

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Near Kanab, Utah

Two private camping sites with water, porta-potty, and porta-shower. Easy access by vehicle just minutes off hwy 89A. Great place to stop overnight to visit the north rim of the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park and other scenic areas.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Exploring the Caves of Kanab

    To get to this cave, drive north of Kanab on Highway 89. Just after you pass Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, you will see these caves on the right. To hike to the caves, try accessing the trail from as far to the left as possible. The hike isn't st...

  • Hike the Nature Trail in Coral Pink Sand Dunes SP

    This state park is not heavily visited and for a makes a great day trip from Zion National Park or Kanab, UT. Expect endless beautiful pink dunes and Utah's red rocks as your backdrop. Once you park, walk out onto the boardwalk and the short Natur...

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  • Explore Kanab's Peek-a-Boo Canyon

    The trailhead is Best Friends Animal Sanctuary (Angel Canyon Rd.) located between the Kanab and Mt. Carmel Jct. To get started, head out on a sandy track on the north side of US 89 (37.154,-112.573). 4WD vehicles can drive all (2.8 miles) or part ...

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