Utah is known for outdoor adventure, from the desert to the high country. Staying near your adventures is the best way to plan a trip, and these unique, spacious, and cozy cabins in Utah are the perfect basecamp.
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Sit back and relax at this charming abode. This cabin has a spacious living room with a stone-encased gas fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen area and is right next to popular attractions. This space is a short walk from the chairlift, where you can hit the slopes or go hiking through the Park City Mountain forests.
This spacious chalet sits on two acres, is surrounded by mature trees, and features a spacious living room and a fully equipped kitchen. The house is among the most luxurious cabins in Park City, and just 20 minutes from Jordanelle and Deer Creek Reservoirs and near every outdoor adventure.
Sixteen guests, six bedrooms
Price: $604 per night
Check out this remote getaway in the mountains for your Utah getaway. This remote retreat was built in 1976 and fully remodeled in 2021 with modern finishings. This cabin features breathtaking views, 1,00 square feet of space, a full kitchen, a living room with a cozy fireplace, and a spacious deck area.
This rustic cabin is filled with elegant and rustic wood charm throughout. This unique abode welcomes guests with a warm feeling and inviting decor. The space features two kitchens, a spacious living room, a large deck area for the whole family to hang out on, and cool amenities like a racquetball court, pool table, hot tub, ping pong, and sauna. If you want to get out of the house, Deer Valley Mountain Resort is nearby as well as Park City’s Main Street, The Farm Restaurant, and more.
Sixteen guests, six bedrooms
Price: $398 per night
Cabins in Utah don’t have to be in the middle of nowhere. If you would rather be in the middle of it all, this cabin is in a central location in the valley, only five minutes from the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon and 15 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. This cabin has a private backyard with a fire pit, gas grill, and hot tub.
Relax in the snug contemporary A-Frame cabin. This A-Frame has 5,000 square feet of space for everyone and features two fully stocked kitchens, two living rooms, a game room, and a reading and children’s loft. Take in the stunning mountain views outside the two large decks, relax in the cedar sauna or hot tub, or play games like a shoe ring or corn hole.
Sixteen guests, five bedrooms
Price: $414 per night
Stay at one of the many log cabins in Utah like this one its cozy feel. This cozy log home is across the street from the Pineview Reservoir and only 20 minutes from Powder Mountain and Snowbasin Resort. This home is perfect for family or friend trips and has all the amenities you need, like a spacious living room, a rec room for kids, a wrapped deck, two jacuzzis, and more.
This mountain chalet is in the pine trees of Bridgton, Utah, and near Brighton Ski Resort. This cute log cabin has a comfortable living area with a fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, and a fire pit outside to roast marshmallows or sit out and enjoy the chilly Utah night.
Eight guests, three bedrooms
Price: $249 per night
Originally built in 1969, this cabin holds much charisma as it did back then. This vintage chalet was renovated in 2021. Amenities include a warm living room, a full kitchen, cozy beds to sleep in, and two large front and back decks. The chalet is also four minutes from Solitude Mountain Resort, a few minutes away from Brighton Resort and Nordic Center, and 36 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City.
If you’re looking for an intimate spot for the perfect couple’s getaway, this cute abode is between the Alta Ski Area and Snowbird Resort. Sit back, relax, get warm by the living room fire, or cook a meal in the kitchen. Get away from it all by staying at this romantic getaway in the Wasatch Mountains.
Stay at one of the first homes in Alta, built by one of the directors of the Alta Ski School. The home has since been updated and features its original structure and modern amenities. Enjoy the short walk or a shuttle from the base of the area lifts, shops, and restaurants.