Get away to the quiet serenity of nature. Located in a more remote and quiet area-5 miles off Hwy 89, 35 mins from Bryce Canyon and 50 mins from Zion National Park. Close to an amazingly beautiful river. You can hike, fish or just meditate there. The night sky is amazing too. The tap water is some of the cleanest, finest in the US. A back porch is ideal for sitting out and enjoying the evening after a long day exploring or with your morning coffee. Deer and wildlife are not scarce around here.
Our cabin is located in a wide open space, full of nature. Many people that come like the adventure and the quietness of this place. The place has 2 queen beds cleaned and nicely made for every stay. It has a full kitchen, with dishes, pots, pans, towels, etc. Fridge and Freezer. Range/Oven and microwave. There is a dining table with 5 chairs. The bathroom has a tub/shower, vanity, and toilet. Towels are provided, as are extra linen and blankets. A nice A/C and Heating unit takes good care of your inside environment. A picnic table, Charcoal grill, as well as a Propane grill, shared between the units if you want to cook/eat outside. There are other options for outdoor cooking if you plan ahead with us. The units are normally rented out separately but there is a secure double door passage between the two. If you have a larger group please contact us about renting both at a discount.
You will have access to one side of a duplex type structure, (Robins or Mallards) we ask that you respect those nearby if any. And not be noisy late into the night. Back Porches are private and separated. Entry and exit are ideal through the northern gate that is on Fish Hatchery Rd.
Interaction with guests
Easy, hassle free, come and go. We will be available, and communicate promptly with you, to be sure you find the place easily and that your stay is ideal. Text is preferred but totally willing to talk if needed. We are happy to answer any questions about the area you might have.
Other things to note
This area is more remote than many people are used to. We have noticed that food can be an issue with the unprepared traveler. Plan time to shop for food and bring all you need as we do not provide it. The nearest reasonable grocer is in Panguitch and is about 20 mins away, one way. There a only a couple home town restaurants in Hatch (7 miles away), and they are pretty tasty, but not open late and some days do not open at all. You will obviously want to plan some time to see the local Parks, but also explore around and take in Mammoth Valley Ranch and area. The river is close by and open to visit and provides a nice stroll. There are also some good hiking, fishing or ATVing near by. Some of the local trails are really fun and popular in the ATV community. Interested in a local favorite that is not advertised? Ask me about Mammoth caves, an interesting excursion to hike-able, shallow lava tubes less than 5 miles away.
We love to have people come and stay. We ask that you treat us and our cabins with respect. We don't allow pets or smoking on the premises. We ask that you report any damages or problems during your stay.
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We love a good adventure. We are entrepreneurs and have 4 children. We love hiking, 4-wheeling, and being together as a family. Jenni enjoys reading, sewing, art, fiddling, watching a good movie, and trying new things. Jarad loves teaching the kids math, motorcycling, reading, rebuilding old scooters and working. We both grew up in Southern Utah, and have seen some amazing things. Collectively we have hiked the Zion Narrows, West Rim, Moab, and Bryce Canyon, to name a few.