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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Recent Zion National Park reviews

  • Wonderful!

    "Our family of five had a spectacular time at this wonderful property. 50 acres! Our favorite activities were fishing in the onsite pond and stargazing at night from the huge deck. We also enjoyed the party barn, hot tub, fire pit, and trampoline, and of course, all the animals. We took day trips to Kolob Canyon and the main section of ZIon. I hope we have a chance to return some day! Our hosts were terrific, too!"
    Guest: Deborah S. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 28, 2016
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  • Great Place to stay to see Zion!!

    "We stayed a full week and the place was very comfortable for 4 people. Perfectly located away from the traffic and congestion of Zion, but close enough to drive there every day for hiking and visiting the park. Also, just a short drive to a reasonably priced grocery store (away from Zion). Great views and stargazing right from the property. We took advantage of the full kitchen and new gas grill and saved a lot of money on dinners. Beautiful property, impeccably kept, with a pool and a firepit - both of which we used. And last but not least, Monte and Bonnie (whom we affectionately referred to as MonBon) are the best!! They were friendly and catered to our needs immediately, without being eternally visible. We often felt like we had the place to ourselves. We loved it and HIGHLY recommend it!"
    Guest: Jana B. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 22, 2016
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  • Wonderful vacation home

    "We took a father's day weekend trip with two families here. Plenty of room for everyone and then some. The home was fully stocked, with plenty of kitchen supplies. Comfy furnishings and lots of games for the kids to play. The location of this house is great - just about two miles to the east entrance of Zion (which is way less crowded). We thought about staying in the park, but after visiting decided that we would NEVER stay in the park - way too crowded. The community of Zion Ridge, where the home is located, is very private and quiet, which is just what we needed after super crowded days at the park. We took walks every evening through the community and probably saw 10 people our whole trip. My only complaints: 1) No shade. It gets pretty warm in the house, even with the A/C on because there are no window coverings (don't worry about privacy - no one can see in here) and the sun beats down in the afternoon. We went in June, so it was quite hot. There is also zero shade on the patio. Would have been nice to have at least an umbrella or something so we could enjoy the patio, but we ended up staying inside because the sun was just too hot. 2) The jacuzzi had WAY too much chlorine...we couldn't even sit in it without our eyes burning for more than 5 minutes. Otherwise, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would definitely return."
    Guest: Melissa S. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 27, 2016
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  • Beautiful cabin in outstanding location with gorgeous views

    "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here from July2-9,2016. Everything was clean and very well maintained. Kitchen was fully stocked with equipment-maybe could use 1-2 more large frying pans but we made do. Master bedroom was really a treat with a king bed and office area with a walk in closet. The back porch overlooked woods and hills that seemed to go forever. We were 5 adults plus a 13 and 10 year old. They liked the fire pit and pool table. Even tried to complete a 500 piece puzzle on their own. We were 1.5 hrs to Zion and 1 hr to Bryce. We took the opportunity to visit the North Rim of Grand Canyon as well. Much less crowded than the South rim. If you want to rent a boat on Lake Powel, we recommend doing that early in the week- we waited too late and struck out. But there was a small beach type area where you could get wet We would definitely recommend this cabin and area for multi-generational families- there is something for everyone. As stated, you should have a 4 wheel drive or at the very least a front wheel drive vehicle. It is all gravel and dirt roads once you are off the main roads, we never had a problem but rain or snow would be a challenge"
    Guest: Sandra R. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 25, 2016
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