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Cedar City Travel Tips

See Utah's Stunning National Parks from Cedar City Vacation Rentals

Cedar City is a large town situated on the Markagunt Plateau in southwest Utah. Its elevation of 5,800 feet makes it cooler than the nearby city of St. George. As well as being a great base for exploring the Markagunt Plateau, Cedar City vacation rentals are within easy reach of Zion National Park and Bryce National Park, both about 60 miles away. The red rock formations, buttes and gorges in the parks make a stunning vista which stretches for miles.

How to Reach Cedar City Cabins

South Utah has two main airports. The closest airport to Cedar City vacation houses is McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas which is 159 miles away. Salt Lake City International Airport is 223 miles away. There may be local connections to Cedar City Regional Airport. A rental car will be necessary to reach your Cedar City lodging and to explore the area.

The Climate and Weather at Utah Vacation Rentals

Cooler than other parts of Utah due to its elevation, Cedar City still has average summer temperatures of 90 F (32 C) and negligible rainfall. Winter daytime temperatures drop below freezing from November to March when around eight inches of snow may be seen. Spring and fall are ideal times to visit the area to enjoy outdoor pursuits.

The Advantages of Staying in Cedar City Vacation Rentals

Visitors to Cedar City will appreciate a comfortable base for exploring the area with room to store outdoor equipment. Cedar City cabins offer plenty of space for groups of all sizes to do as they please and dogs are usually welcome. In your own home away from home, it is easy to pack picnics and feed the family economically, thanks to your rental's fully equipped kitchen. Watch TV or read in comfort in the evenings and sleep well in full-size comfortable beds.

Things to Do from Utah Vacation Rentals

In the summer, Cedar City is surrounded by great things to do. The Three Peaks Recreation Area is 10 miles northwest of Cedar City and has volcanic rock formations and great terrain for outdoor activities. The Markagunt Plateau and surrounding forests also offer great hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking opportunities. Horseback riding, ATV riding and fishing can be enjoyed in beautiful natural surroundings. Cedar City makes a great base for taking road trips to some of the outstanding natural wonders and popular attractions in the area. Scenic drives, picnics and wildlife viewing are leisurely ways to enjoy the area around Cedar City cabins.

In the summer, Cedar City hosts the Utah Shakespearean Festival, the Midsummer Renaissance Fair and the Neil Simon Fest which offer great family entertainment with parades, music, food stalls and theater. During the winter, Cedar City has excellent snow activities available, including good cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and other winter sports at Brian Head.

Must-See Places to Visit Around Cedar City Vacation Houses

Cedar Breaks National Monument is a miniature Bryce Canyon with vibrant colored rocks and stunning formations. The Indians called it the "Circle of Painted Cliffs" which sums up this giant 2,000-foot-deep natural coliseum. The Dixie National Forest is full of alpine meadow flowers in the summer and colorful quaking aspens in the fall. Kolob Canyon is one of the most easily accessed parts of Zion National Park. Located just off the I-5, these spectacular canyons and cliffs of red Navajo sandstone are just waiting to be explored at any time of year.

Evidence of native Indian settlements can be seen in the petroglyphs at Parowan Gap. The smooth faces of large boulders are covered in inscriptions, although their meaning is unknown.

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