This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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$3450 per month 30 night min stay
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Provo Travel Tips
Try Fly Fishing or Skiing in Utah with Provo Vacation Rentals
Provo is situated on the Provo River which is famous for its fly fishing; however, that's not all there is to enjoy in this beautiful area of Utah. Surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery yet within easy reach of shopping, top-class restaurants and attractions, Provo has something to suit everyone, catering to a wide range of interests. Nestled in a protected area between Lake Utah and the Wasatch Mountains, fur traders were the first pioneers to work and explore the area, followed in the mid-19th century by the Mormon settlers who still have an influence on life in Provo.
Getting to Provo Vacation Houses is Quick and Easy
Many visitors to this area of Utah choose to fly into Salt Lake City Airport and then drive the 42 miles to the center of Provo. The scenic drive is a great introduction to this beautiful area. Provo is easily reached, right on the I-15.
Provo Cabins Provide Space and Comfort
Choosing a Provo cabin or vacation rental ensures you have a great base for making the most of this beautiful area. With plenty of space to store sports equipment and a useful washer-dryer, a vacation home is far more accommodating than a hotel room. For those vacationing with family and friends, it can also be a very reasonably priced option per person. Fully-fitted kitchens and dining areas make feeding a large group very easy. Choose one with ample bedrooms and bathrooms so everyone can spread out and enjoy their own private space from time to time. Provo cabins are located close to the local amenities and most have great views of the mountain scenery.
Things to Do from Utah Vacation Rentals in Provo
As well as fly fishing, Provo is the ideal base for enjoying scenic mountain drives, hiking, river rafting and other exciting activities. Popular things to do include hiking to the Timpanogos Cave, driving around Nebo Loop, or spending the day in Utah's largest water park, Seven Peaks.
In the winter, the area is one of the best for great ski runs, cross country skiing and snowboarding. Sleigh rides, snow kiting, tubing, snowmobiling and ice skating can all be enjoyed here at Provo.
Exploring the Area Around Provo Vacation Rentals
The Bridal Veil Falls on the nearby Hwy 189 are a popular attraction from spring through fall. It is one of the area's most breathtaking natural beauty spots and about five miles up the Provo Canyon. The falls plunge 600 feet into the Provo River. The area is a popular place for hiking in the summer and ice climbing on frozen sections of the falls in winter.
Springville offers more cultural attractions with its Museum of Art and other interesting attractions. This quaint town has some notable Spanish Colonial Revival-style architecture. Being so close to the Mormon city of Salt Lake City, a guided tour of the campus of Brigham Young University can be a unique way to learn more about the area. Temple Square is another popular attraction in Salt Lake City.
Sundance Resort, Deer Creek Reservoir, Park City and the Heber Creeper Railroad are all worth exploring in the area around your Provo vacation rental. The Timpanogos Cave National Monument has clear underground pools and beautiful cave formations such as draperies, popcorn, stalactites and stalagmites.
Utah Vacation Rentals Enjoy All Four Seasons
Provo, like much of this area, has very hot summers with average temperatures well above 90 F. Winters are cold with overnight lows below freezing. In between, the spring and fall seasons offer pleasant temperatures, low humidity, little rainfall and plenty of beautiful scenery.