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- Entire cabin
This charming little cabin is located at the base of Monroe Mountain. It has spectacular views of mountains in all directions from the loft deck. It sleeps 5 guests comfortably. It is a darling and cozy little home base for Utah's Mighty 5 National Parks, or to relax and enjoy Monroe Mountain, Hot Springs, ATV trails, fishing, hiking, and wildlife all nearby. In summer months, enjoy watching the para-gliders/hang-gliders land just across the street. We will consider requests for 1 night stays.
- Entire cabin
This hand-crafted custom tiny home is located on Utah Lake. Custom wood work throughout the home. Spectacular views of the lake and mountains. Stair access to queen size bed in loft and a fold out couch for extra guest(s). Microwave/convection oven, stove top(electric only-gas one turned off), walnut dining table, large sink, refrigerator and of course shower and bathroom. Located within Lindon Marina access to sand beach, water rentals, picnic areas, lake walking path, sailing, and more.
- Entire cabin
- Park city
Get out of the city and runaway to the mountains for an unforgettable experience! This beautiful, secluded 2-acre escape is situated at 8,000 feet and hidden by a mature grove of aspens. Accessible only by 4x4/AWD (chains required in winter), the 1,000 square foot cozy cabin features 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, a suspended hammock floor, full kitchen, cozy fireplace, and deck. Be prepared for an isolated getaway with breathtaking views of the Uintas that are nothing short of spectacular!
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Your guide to Utah
All About Utah
With more than 20 million acres of public lands and 14 national parks — Utah is where the rest of the country comes to stretch its legs. The Western state boasts a who’s who of natural features, from the craggy mountain peaks and sparkling salt flats in the north to the vast red rock canyons and sandstone deserts to the south. Ashley National Forest spreads over a million acres in the east, while in the middle of the state Fishlake National Forest is home to one of the largest organisms on earth, Trembling Giant, a stand of 47,000 aspen trees that share a single root system.
Away from the state’s wealth of national parks, which draw hikers, rock climbers, and skiers in winter, the capital city of Salt Lake City combines the fragrant roses of Red Butte Garden with the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and the famous melodies of the Tabernacle Choir, all against the backdrop of the snow-capped Wasatch Mountains. Neighboring Park City attracts Hollywood’s biggest stars to its independent film festival each year, while motoring enthusiasts from all over the world head to Bonneville Salt Flats near the Nevada border to watch speed records and even join in races.
How do I get around Utah?
The Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) serves as the primary air travel hub for the state. A handful of regional airports can get you to smaller population centers as well. If you plan to travel between the various parts of the state, renting a vehicle is your best option as Utah is known for its wide-open spaces and vast distances between locations.
While in Salt Lake City, be sure to take advantage of its robust public transit system, made up of buses, trains, and a light rail that can take you from the airport to downtown, all the way up to one of the area's notable ski mountains. Additionally, ride-hailing services and taxis are available in most of Utah’s cities, towns, and municipalities.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Utah?
Utah sports a diverse array of climates and landscapes. The preferred time of year to visit will vary drastically depending on what region you visit and what activities you plan to participate in. During the summer, expect dry conditions with climates that range from temperate in the mountain regions to blisteringly hot in the Moab area, with its windswept red rock formations and desert canyonlands. May through September can be a perfect time to try and find cabins for rent in Utah, as the summers in the mountains tend to offer the broadest range of recreational activities. The shoulder seasons see milder temperatures and spattering of rain in most regions of the state. During the winter, you will generally find snow and a host of exciting events like the famous annual film festival in Park City.
What are the top things to do in Utah?
Zion National Park
Zion National Park is one of the most recognizable geological sites in all of North America. Historically the area’s dramatic limestone bluffs and slot canyons served as a throughway for Native Americans and pioneers in their travels west. Today, people come to the park to hike the Narrows — a deep gorge where the water can reach waist height — climb the red sandstone cliffs, and spot rock squirrels and bald eagles soaring overhead.
Scenic Byway 12
Take in the scenery along this historic route that connects Bryce Canyon and the Capitol Reef National Park by way of a roughly 120-mile picturesque drive through Utah’s dramatic landscapes. Mountain roads wind through pine forests and aspen groves before descending into canyonlands and the region’s iconic red rock formations.
Dinosaur National Monument
Home to one of the largest collections of prehistoric fossils in the world, Dinosaur National Monument offers an unrivaled insight into 150 million years of history. Check out the Wall of Bones, with more than 1,500 fossils embedded in the face of the rock. Or head into the museum, where you can take in the impressive collection of fully reconstructed diplodocus skeletons, bones from ancient crocodiles, footprints, and cultural artifacts found in the area.