Friday, June 19, 2015

Moab to the Provo KOA

Today's route was UT-191 to UT-6 to I15.  The 191 section is fairly austere landscape.  The road is good, there are many passing lanes.  It was a pleasant drive.  There is RV accessible diesel in Wellington.

This is on the way up to Soldier Summit on UT-6.  It's a major rail corridor.  Look in the center low part of the photo and you can see the railroad tunnels.  North of the summit, there is a respectable descent with 50 mph curves.

It's greener as you get closer to Provo.

We're at the Provo KOA.  It's off exit 261, where there is also a Flying J.  It's an odd truck plaza.  There is one lane in and out (the same lane), so timing is everything when one wants to leave.
It's a good park for a transit.  We're on 308, which was long enough that we did not have to unhook the truck.

Interior roads are paved, sites are paved with a grass strip in the middle.  They're narrow sites.  The grass is full of clover.  We haven't seen any bees, but I know they're out there.  We did have to deploy the HWH to level.  Power and water hookups are in the middle of the site.  The sewer hookups are pretty far back on the site.  We didn't set a sewer because we didn't want to assemble 20 feet of hose.

The laundry is small, but clean.

Power is good, water pressure is good.  There are 4 bars of Verizon 4G LTE. 

The kids are very happy about the pool.

We would come back here on a transit.  They give a discount for AAA, which is unusual.


  1. We are keeping our fingers crossed that we will get out of repair facility tonight. I's almost five. If they don't finish it will be back to another night in hotel. Yuck

    1. Have they said what's wrong with it? Is this a big fix or a little fix?