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Tips this year for Las Vegas, Grand canyon, zion and bryce canyon

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Anyone have tips for visiting and camping out and around Las Vegas during these times? Especially for nude activities. I'll be visiting for the end of the month and don't know what to do or see. Any help will be appreciated.

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RE:Tips this year for Las Vegas, Grand canyon, zion and bryce canyon

Well we are doing somewhat the same thing starting Saturday thru 26th. Going to Zion, Bryce, Arches and maybe another park to be determine. We did last year GC, you need actually more than a day there if you really want to see it well. If you can afford it, stay at the GC, there is a lodge there but Flagstaff is the near by. Also if you get time, get to sunset crater volcano national monument - it's a volcano that exploded some 1000 years ago, you can actually walk thru what was lava flows. It's east of GC and Flagstaff, if you got out the east entrance of GC, you'll go by it on way back to Flagstaff. The drive from LV to Flagstaff is boring though we did it at night, in the middle of a snow storm. There is that glass bridge thing that goes out over the canyon but it's on Indian lands and there is cost to do it, we didn't do that.
If you want to see Las Vegas, it's great if you like shows and gamble and all the big over the top hotels. We use LV as a base to get to other stuff around LV like red rock canyon, valley of fire, mt charlston, lake mead, hover dam and many other natural sites. We are avoiding staying at LV this year, staying at St. George close to Zion, it's less than 1hr Zion to avoid drive from LV, give us more time to visit Zion before heading north. Hotels were less expensive than staying closer to Zion, one hotel at the entrance was like 600 a night. Looked into airbnb for this trip and not much savings compared to hotels if you book early. But you do save if you use airbnb.
Here is a good link to give you idea of what there is, https://www.parksandpoints.com/utah. I've used that along with the National Park service website to get an idea of to see. We visited Arches last year and trust me these parks are busy even at this time of year as it's not as hot us summer.
If you don't already have a national park annual pass, get it, it's 80 and save you a bit of money. You can get it at any national park or where they collect a fee to enter. As it reads on their website "A pass is your ticket to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites. Each pass covers entrance fees at national parks and national wildlife refuges as well as standard amenity fees (day use fees) at national forests and grasslands, and at lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. A pass covers entrance, standard amenity fees and day use fees for a driver and all passengers in a personal vehicle at per vehicle fee areas (or up to four adults at sites that charge per person). The fee to Grand Canyon is $35, if you get to the volcano it has a fee, plus each $12 per person to Zion, Bryce is $35 . The pass has paid itself plus it's good for one year from date it was purchased.
BTW, I've gone nude at each of places I've visited and plan to at these this year. I find out of the way places, you should be able to find the pics I posted from last year and previous years. I don't shy from going nude. I'm also going camping this year, looking forward to been under the stars nude. :P
Hope that helps, msg me if you have any other questions and I'll be posting as I go along this trip.

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Awesome man! thanks for the info! def contact ya if i have anymore questions

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I've never been there. Love being nude.

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Hello
If you come though Phoenix, let me know.

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If you are going to GCN , there are a few hotels at the south rim, bright angel yavapi that are a part of the Fred Harvey contract properties. These are usually rented out well in advance but sometimes you can catch a cancellation. There are some tent camping spaces in the park proper and even spaces. About seven miles south is town of tusayan. The airport is south side of it. Then there is a best western, canyon squire inn, red feather lodge and restaurant and some camping/hiking trails in the forest area there. Due to fire issues opening for such is limited but worth it.

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RE:Tips this year for Las Vegas, Grand canyon, zion and bryce canyon

If you are going to GCN , there are a few hotels at the south rim, bright angel yavapi that are a part of the Fred Harvey contract properties. These are usually rented out well in advance but sometimes you can catch a cancellation. There are some tent camping spaces in the park proper and even spaces. About seven miles south is town of tusayan. The airport is south side of it. Then there is a best western, canyon squire inn, red feather lodge and restaurant and some camping/hiking trails in the forest area there. Due to fire issues opening for such is limited but worth it.

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There are also some slightly lower priced lodges in the village but not with a canyon view.

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We were at the Grand Canyon last week. The hotels were pretty full but I booked through Expedia last minute and got a canyon view room at Kachina lodge and saved about $60 under the rate offered on the Grand Canyon website. Not any nude opportunities outside your hotel room though.

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