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We stayed at the RV campground across the street from the cafe. They serve generous portions. My husband really enjoyed the brisket. The English Piccadilly fries are delicious! They also have a dog friendly patio. We ate there twice.
We spent the entire day here and could have stayed longer. What a fun place for families!!!! We discovered this little gem of a place when we were hunting for somewhere in the area where we could have some family fun and Big Rock Candy...More
I love this place everyone is so nice we made friends with everyone. We stayed an extra day cause we felt so at home here lots to do things to see days and days of fun I've 15,000 miles of off roading trails alone we...More
We visited this site with an eleven year old granddaughter. We previewed the song and talked about the historical aspects of the song before arriving. When you turn the corner and you see it is a bit startling how much it stands out--it is beautiful....More
This place was great! Everything was cheap and I had a blast along with my family. We rented Rafts to go down the river and what would usually cost $100 for three on a OK river we got three for $35 on a great river....More
I needed a room for one night on for my anniversary trip and this place was close and on the low end cost wise. So I reserved the small "cabin" called hole in the wall and boy was it! The room was small, like really...More
I wrote a negative review regarding Caboose Village at Big Rock Candy Mountain in Marysdale, Utah.
Soon after, I was contacted by David Grow, Caboose Village Management. I appreciated Mr. Grow's phone call for several reasons. I could tell that he was truly upset and...More
Ride the Canyon on the Fantastic bike trail, a 50 mile round trip from Richfield. Wonderful scenery terminating at Big Rock Candy Mountain. Great little Campground and Riverrafting is available. Gotta have pizza in nearby Marysvale!
Burl Ives sang about the Big Rock Candy Mountain, and even though there are no Lemonade Springs, there IS a Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort and Café just outside Marysvale, Utah, on state highway 89. We stopped there yesterday for breakfast on their opening weekend....More