Discover a selection of more than 10,000 vacation rentals in Utah that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and private pools. Prices start at $105 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Utah. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Explore the great outdoors at Utah vacation home rentals

From the salt lakes to mountain trails, Utah is certainly a state for outdoorsy types, and, outside the cities, there are activities to enjoy in all weathers. Towns such as Park City have become world-class ski resorts, with plenty of powder during the winter, and many Utah vacation rentals are set among the state's mountainous landscape. There are large areas of red-tinged desert, with rocky hiking trails, and several national parks for camping. Utah also has a rich cultural scene, hosting the annual Sundance film festival, with Salt Lake City home to many museums, art galleries and historic theaters.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near Utah getaway cabins

Salt Lake City was founded by Mormon pioneers, and there are many temples and museums where you can find out more about the religion. Salt Lake Temple is an imposing white building that sits among well-manicured gardens. Although non-members aren't allowed inside, you can explore the grounds of Temple Square, which has fountains, statues and interesting displays about the history of Mormonism. A short walk away is the Church History Museum, ideal for those who want to learn more about Mormons. With free admission, there's a blend of historical artifacts and interactive exhibits that kids will enjoy.

Activities

Activities near Utah vacation homes

Utah's capital, Salt Lake City, gets its name from the nearby Great Salt Lakes, so no visit to Utah is complete without a drive around the lakefront. The salt deposits make the lake sparkle, and if you visit at sunrise or sunset, they have a spectacular pink glow. Consider booking a Utah vacation rental close to the lake and exploring Antelope Island, which is reached by a long causeway and offers great views. You'll find sandy beaches overlooking the lake, and, if you don't mind a few brine shrimp, you can enjoy a relaxing float in the salty waters.

Weather

Best time to travel to Utah vacation homes

Utah has 4 distinct seasons, and there's plenty to do, whenever you visit. The summers tend to be hot and dry, sometimes reaching 100, especially out in the desert. The temperature soon drops in October for a chilly fall, with the occasional cyclone hitting Utah, which can mean heavy rain. Spring can also be a wet season, although the temperature warms up quickly, so it's usually nice and mild. Winter brings snowfall from mid-November, especially in the mountains where the thick powder has made Utah a popular ski destination.

Natural features

Red deserts and snowy mountain tops in Utah

Around a 3rd of Utah is desert, with wide flat landscapes punctuated with large rocky formations and desert plants. Close to Moab is the Arches National Park, which has large red-tinged sandstone arches, creating a dramatic landscape. Look for Utah vacation rentals close to the park, and you can explore the many hiking trails, including the Grandstaff Canyon, with its rocky trails through hills and creeks. Utah has many mountains throughout the state, including Kings Peak, where there's a challenging 26-mile trail to the summit for panoramic views of the surrounding mountains

Food and drink

Must-try foods in Utah

Utah claims many culinary wonders that are a must-try on your trip. Heber Valley artisanal cheese and Bear Lake raspberries are a few signature dishes, though. You'll also find trout, stone fruit, heritage lamb, and honey in many local recipes. Experiencing the unique flavors of Utah is as simple as visiting one of the many restaurants near your vacation rental.

Family friendly

Family fun near Utah vacation homes

Utah boasts many beautiful outdoor spaces that are great for a family trip. Vacation homes are available near serene locations like Zion National Park, a vast area for hiking, camping, and climbing and home to Zion Canyon, and Bryce Canyon National Park, a park with dramatic overlooks offering views of towering spires and a natural amphitheater. You'll also like Arches National Park, a scenic area with campsites and hiking trails to red rock vistas and stone formations.

How many vacation rentals are available around Utah?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 11,084 vacation rentals around Utah. From 728 cabin rentals to 5,399 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

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