This Cabin is located in Lyman Utah, a quaint little town located between Capitol Reef and Fish Lake. With over 2300 square feet and a fenced in yard, with enough room for 10 people to stay. There are numerous fruit trees and other large trees in the yard that provides shade on a hot day. This cabin has an upstairs and downstairs with 5 bedrooms and three bathrooms. The main level has a large beautiful kitchen and is stocked with your basic cooking needs. The master bedroom has a queen bed and its own bathroom with a tub and stand in shower. In addition to the kitchen and master bedroom the upstairs has a large living room with high ceilings, two more bedrooms and a bathroom. Down stairs you will find a family room/game room with two more bedrooms and a bathroom with a walk in shower. Downstairs is a washer and dryer for your use. There is also an outdoor fire pit for a relaxing evening outside. If you have horses and need a place to keep them, there is a small pasture next to the cabin that can be used upon request. We have a TV with a few Stations and a DVD player. There is also wi-fi access.
Lyman is located at the base of Thousand Lake Mountain 3 miles east of Loa the largest town in Wayne County where you can find places to eat, a grocery store, gas stations, national forest office and other stores. It is also 13 miles from Torrey, where you will find bars, restaurants, and other events that go on through the summer. If you want to experience the surrounding area, Lyman is a great central location. It is about 23 minutes to Capitol Reef National Park and 25 minutes to Fish Lake. There are also many hiking and atv trails in the surrounding mountains. Lyman is within an hour drive to numerous fishing and hunting opportunities. For example, there is world class fishing and hunting on the Boulder, Fish Lake, and Thousand Lake mountains. If you are willing to drive a little farther you can do day trips to Lake Powell, Goblin Valley State Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Staircase National Monument, Canyon lands National Park, and the San Rafael Swell.