Condos in Utah for mountain and desert adventures

While Utah's most popular with the outdoorsy set, there are all kinds of reasons to pick this handsome desert and mountain state for your next vacation. Movie buffs come for the Sundance Film festival, skiers flock to the slopes round Park City, and hikers head for the vast national parks. Water sports enthusiasts rent lakefront pads on Bear Lake, while many people come to visit the majestic temples and Mormon sites of Salt Lake City. Whatever brings you to Utah, the state's got a huge selection of rental condos and apartments to suit many different preferences and budgets.

Vacation rentals in Salt Lake City

Set on the edge of the Great Salt Lake and blessed with distant mountain views, Utah's state capital is the sort of place that does everything on a grand scale. At the top of most people's to-do list when they take a vacation to Salt Lake City is a visit to Temple Square. This 10-acre site is the Mormon headquarters and is dominated by the vast Salt Lake Temple. The impressive State Capitol is just nearby. This is also where you'll find the largest concentration of rental condos. In general, condos in Salt Lake City are mostly of a pretty high standard. More expensive rentals are often stylish loft-style apartments, while cheaper, more compact condos might offer welcoming perks like breakfast bags or outdoor equipment to borrow.

Park City condo rentals

Surrounded by mountains, gorgeous Park City is famous for 2 things. The first of these is the legendary Sundance Film Festival—America's largest independent film festival—which takes place here early each year. Impressive as this is, Park City's even more popular for its skiing. The city's ski area is absolutely vast and attracts huge numbers of vacationers every year. As you might expect, condo rentals round here are big on the ski amenities. Many are within walking distance of lifts and gondolas, and some even have ski-in, ski-out access. Higher-end condos will offer hot tubs to soothe away the aches of a day on the slopes, and some might even include free ski rental.

Utah condo rentals near national parks

Utah's well known for its spectacular mountain landscapes, and the states also got more than its fair share of incredible national parks. The three most famous of these are in the southern part of Utah. Arches National Park is famous for its awe-inspiring red sandstone arches, while the towering rock spires of Bryce Canyon are one of the most iconic sights in the state. If you're looking for an epic driving tour, you might want to head to the rugged landscapes of Zion National Park, a little further west, where you can drive the Zion Canyon Scenic Highway. All these parks are hugely popular with hikers, and you'll find a decent range of condos and cabins nearby to facilitate your adventures.

Lakefront condos in Utah

One of the most chilled-out vacation spots in Utah is Bear Lake. Right over on the Idaho border, in summertime this huge freshwater lake is full of boaters, kayakers, and all kinds of water sports enthusiasts. It's got lovely lake beaches, and the hiking in the surrounding area is hard to beat. The main settlement on Bear Lake is Garden City —turn up in the height of summer and you might just catch their famous raspberry festival. And the fun in Bear Lake doesn't stop when the temperature drops, since come winter it transforms into an exciting snowmobiling destination. Bear Lake is full of condo resorts catering to vacationers, and they frequently offer pools, sports facilities, and cute, rustic-chic apartments.

Mountain condos and cabin rentals in Utah

Utah's mountain landscapes keep vacationers coming back year after year, whether they're hiking in the summer, or skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. While many Utah mountain condos are clustered around the major ski resorts near Salt Lake City and Park City, there's also a decent number of more outlying condos and cabins catering to people who want to get away from the crowds. These places usually have a woodsy feel about them in keeping with their rustic setting, but some are also deceptively modern, with efficient climate control systems and upmarket perks like hot tubs and game rooms.