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Color Country Animal Welfare

· Torrey, Wayne, Utah
15 acres hosted by Lorelei O.
4 RV/tent sites · 5 tent sites
Near Capitol Reef National Park
Within a 30-minute drive from the Capitol Reef Visitor Center.
Color Country is so named for its gorgeous location beneath the Velvet Ridge, surrounded by the Sleeping Rainbow on it's East and Boulder Mountain to the South. With the meandering Fremont River running along our property, we offer a mix of desert vegetation, iconic red dirt, and unparalleled views. We are opening our shelter facility's 15 acres exclusively to campers to observe the Annular Eclipse taking place October 14th 9am-noon. Color Country Animal Welfare is hosting a viewing event that will also serve as a fundraiser, so your dollars don't just earn you an incredible campsite, but also go directly to the animals we serve in Wayne County. Depending on your needs, you can book a campsite as a basecamp for your activities, or a Campsite Package to help us celebrate this event while tangibly supporting rescue animals! The Campsite Package of $100/site includes access to a toilet and clean water, a Dutch Oven meal, coffee and refreshments during the event, viewing glasses, access to a telescope, discussion from a local guide, a Live feed of the event from Nasa.gov, and more. If you would rather just book the site, send us a message. We'll see you and the Eclipse in October!
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Torrey, Wayne, Utah, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Timpanogos, Nuwuvi (Southern Paiute), and Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Lorelei O.Joined in August 2023
3 ratings · 2 reviews
Andrew B.recommends
October 16, 2023
Lull Valley | Tents
We really enjoyed staying with Lorelei and everyone at Color Country Animal Welfare to see the annular eclipse. The fundraising event was a great way to see the eclipse, with extra perks like properly filtered telescopes and binoculars that we wouldn't have had access to otherwise, delicious homemade hot food available all throughout, lots of dogs and cats to pet and play with, and friendly people to talk to around the fire. I don't know how regularly they'll be hosting campers on their grounds, but if they do it again, it's a good cause and a lovely place to stay.
Laura A.recommends
October 14, 2023
Hills & Hollows | Campervan & Tents
Lorelei was super gracious and accommodating. She has excellent communication skills. I felt very safe camping there. Would definitely stay again. Also, it was great meeting Waldo the bling ginger cat. He was super sweet.
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