Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah – 2012 Throwback Video Series

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We head back in time to early May 2012, during our first year as full-time RVers. For one full year, we traveled around North America. At the time, I didn’t have a YouTube channel or a blog but did take some clips and photos with a little point-and-shoot camera. I thought since we can’t travel south, as usual, this winter, I’d put together some of the old clips and pix as videos. I hope you enjoy this look at Anne and me plus our beagles Angie and Oscar as newbie RVers. Cheers, Ray

In this video, we move about a half hours drive down Utah’s scenic highway 12 from where I last left you at Bryce Canyon National Park to Kodachrome Basin State Park.

Kodachrome Basin is a gem of a Utah state park! It’s chock full of colorful sandstone rock formations and loads of hiking trails. The campground is nestled down in a large basin with quite a few trees and green shrubs. Back then, the camping was only $15 a night. Check for the latest fees and info at the official Utah State Parks website.

Hiking Views from Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah

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Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah - 2012 Throwback Video Series

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