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Moores Old Pine: Utah's Oldes Operational Inn
The first Marysvale families arrived in 1864, 18 years before Moore's Old Pine Inn was built. A fort built near the Inn protected settlers in the Black Hawk Indian war. Two settlers were killed so the town was abandoned. In 1869, two prospectors found waterfalls, gold and the mysterious remains of an old arrastra (possibly Spanish in origin) and the Bullion Canyon gold rush began.
Moore's Old Pine Inn, Utah's oldest hotel and the original Pines Hotel, was built in 1882 in a forest of Ponderosa trees. New York Times Newspapers from 1882 are still glued to the rafters.
Marysvale was at the end of the historic Denver and Rio Grand Railroad making Marysvale a railroad and gold mining town. During this boom, Zane Gray wrote Riders of the Purple Sage while staying in the Pines Hotel and Butch Cassidy rested here between exploits.
About The Innkeepers
Randy Moore's paternal grandmother, Grace Hillman Moore, moved from Pleasant Grove, Utah in 1920 to teach in a one room school in Angle, Utah. She first stayed at the "Pines Hotel", hence the beginning of the Moore's history in Marysvale.
Randy and Katie Moore moved from Layton, Utah to Marysvale in June 1994. They gave up their careers in Insurance and Pharmaceuticals to escape city life and find a peaceful, relaxed lifestyle at Moore's Old Pine Inn.
Randy and Katie thoroughly and beautifully renovated the old hotel to the most exquisite detail. At Moore's Old Pine Inn, Randy and Katie use their strengths of cooking and entertaining to make a warm, peaceful and memorable haven.
Please let Randy and Katie proudly welcome you to Moore's Old Pine Inn. You will understand why stepping back in time at Utah's oldest hotel will provide a serenity, a calmness, and a peacefullness where you can truly
"Leave Your Stress at the Door!"
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Lizzie and Charlies RV Park: Utah's Most Friendly Campground
Located in Marysvale, 2 blocks east of main street, is located at the base of a large hill, bordered by the creek on the north side. Very nice pavillion for conversation, usually a fire going every morning and eve. Park customers often play cards, bingo, etc.. in pavillion. The owners, Ron and Glenda Bushman sponsor weekly bingo, regular ice cream socials, appetizer nights, etc.. But the Biggest sponsored event happens every Saturday night... When Ron whips up a dutch oven dinner for the entire park. The meat and taters are provided for a small fee $2-$3.. and the side dishes are all pot luck. Gauranteed you will never go away Hungry.. Ron always makes sure there is plenty for seconds and often serves the leftovers on Sunday. Ron really knows how to make a Dutch oven work..
Great views, lots of trees, nice facilities, but most of all is the atmosphere.. You are truly treated as a friend by Ron, his Wife and Kids who help out around the park. You can drive your ATV's in the park and out of the park to the Giant Paiute ATV Trail.
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