- Reviews: 1041
There are full service cabins...
There are full service cabins in the park very close to the South Rim of Bryce Canyon called BRYCE CANYON LODGE.It was clean and had all the amenities including a TV. They are relatively hard to book vacancy-wise in the summer. Id call ahead or use the National Park Service Web site email to book online. The gift shop had native Indian crafts and I bought a gold tiger eye and onyx ring that I have worn ever since. It is VERY unique as were all the goodies at the shop.
- Reviews: 6
Anniversary Inn in Logan, U: Anniversary Inn in Logan, U
Each luxurious room is themed in any imaginable theme. Logan is a unique place in itself - nestled in the mountains. You have to want to get there and believe me, you want to get there. The canyon (hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing) is less than 10 minutes away and the town is known for its friendly atmosphere.
- Reviews: 1
The Red Stone Inn in Moab is...
The Red Stone Inn in Moab is great for travelers looking for something reasonably priced and comfortable.
Off-peak season, single room, $29 U.S. dollars per night.
Their off-peak prices are really reasonable and they have kitchenettes that are very functional.
- Reviews: 9
Pine Shadows Challets: Pine Shadows Challets
$75.00 US Dollars a night.
The challets have a kitchenette, are roomy, and well stocked and have wonderful views of the surrounding landscape. The most wonderful thing about them is the feeling of seclusion and quiet. Last time I was there, the challets didn't have a telephone. . . A wonderful escape from the hectic world around us.
- Reviews: 392
Right before you enter, Zion...
Right before you enter, Zion National Park, there are some nice and comfortable motels, where there is a lot of peace and tranquility. Depending of course in what time of the year you go.
At the time, that I went, It was peaceful and very relaxing.
- Reviews: 23
Comment on the camping...
Comment on the camping situation:
The Southern Utah National Parks do not have showers at their facilities (the exception being Bryce Canyon). Most have towns or RV parks near by that offer showers. The campgrounds were not full every night and it was very easy to drive up to a new park and find an open site. (first week of June).
(photo: Delicate Arch, Arches N.P.)
- Reviews: 6
Wolf Lodge in Eden, Utah: Wolf Lodge in Eden, Utah
US$115 to $125 per night.
Two bedroom duplex with fireplace and full kitchen. Outdoor and indoor hot tubs, fitness room, sauna. Outdoor pool (for summer visits). Reasonable rates.
- Reviews: 2
Campsite at Antelope Island....
Campsite at Antelope Island. There are just a few campsites so get there early.
8 to 12 U.S. dollars
The campsites are primitive but there is a very good place to shower (private shower stalls) at no extra cost. There is a restuarant as well. The best part of this location is the scenery. Spectacular views of the lake from hiking trails. Numerous wildlife on the island. You are truly out with nature here.
- Reviews: 25
Since I live in Utah, I don't...
Since I live in Utah, I don't stay in the Hotels or Motels very often. If you're in the northern part of the state, stay at the Alaskan Inn up Ogden Canyon. It is situated on the Ogden River with themed rooms and cabins. For a romantic getaway, or just a regular getaway, it's perfect. Nightly rates range from $150 - $200/night.
Again, nightly rates are between $150 - $200.
The themed rooms are very interesting. I recommend taking a tour of all the rooms and cabins before selecting one. It sits right on the bank of the Ogden River and is very peaceful.
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