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If you've ever been to Valley of Fire State Park, this is like a tiny piece of that just minutes from downtown St. George. The Pioneer Rim Trail will quickly take you past a very small arch to the top of beautiful red rock formations...More
Red rocks & blue skies, what more could you ask for? This city owned property is amazing for a picnic spot or climbing on rocks! Even this non-climber had a good time of climbing/hiking here! Loads of parking and be sure to visit the Desert...More
This is the funnest Place! We take our grand kids every year because it's fun just to let them lose and watch them climb and explore. Easy hiking but they also have picnic tables to sit and wait if you don't want to climb.
This is a wonderful spot very close to town - in 20 or 30 minutes you can totally reset your day. Great views and a really good place to get yourself oriented, if you want to see how town is laid out and where things...More
We there not knowing exactly what to expect. This place is really neat place. You climb the rocks and see the neat texture of the landscape that centuries of mother nature has provided. It is pet friendly but please pick up after them. There are...More
This was so easy to get to. Plenty of parking. Best of all, the fun starts as soon as you get out of the car. You can go on a hike or play around on the rock formations that are close by. There are great...More
what to do while others in group are at a Mariners game (10 Replies)
Hello, We will be visiting for vacation in 2 weeks! and are spending 3-4 days in Seattle... My husband and older son will be going to a Mariners game Sat. afternoon July 16th... My other son is really not a baseball fan at all and doesn't want to go to the game, so I am looking for other ideas. We will have a rental car, and would be dropping them off at the game probably @ Noon, so I'd have the afternoon to do something and get back to pick them up after the game (or meet at say Pioneer...More
July 02, 2016|
Response fromMarie M|
Hm. I guess my first question would be: where are you staying?If in town, it's probably a better idea to park there and take transit. What are you doing the rest of the time? Is there something your son would enjoy that the other family members won't? The EMP? Underground tour? A particular restaurant? I enjoy Alki but I honestly couldn't tell you if people swim there. It has to be very hot in Seattle for me to want to swim outside and usually it isn't.
Family trip 3 days itinerary (6 Replies)
My family and I are traveling to Seattle for a few days over the 4th of July, and are looking for ideas of things to do/places to see. This will be our first trip there, and my husband and I have an almost 2-year old daughter. We love trying new things, and want to see as much as we can. We are especially looking forward to eating the seafood, and we want to eat where the locals know to eat. This is our list of to-do's so far: Seattle Aquarium Seattle Waterfront Pioneer Park Pike's Place...More
March 23, 2015|
Response fromRay S|
First, kudos for getting Pike Place Market almost correct. :) Next, I believe you are referring to Pioneer Square, the 'old town' district of Seattle, yes? Hotels are expensive here. Summer brings a crush of tourists and cruise passengers to town. The downtown core is by far the most convenient and the most expensive. Book early as everything sells out. Check the Moore, Hotel Max, Hotel Five, and the Warwick as possible less-than-astronomical-rate stays. What? No great seafood in...More
Princess Riverside Lodge to Pioneer Park (1 Replies)
Is there public transportation from the lodge to Pioneer Park?
June 01, 2014|
Your hotel may have a shuttle transport available . . not sure about the bus, but taxis are readily available in Fairbanks. :)