|Experience the awesome experience of Zion National Park while staying in our Cowboy Cabins. Each cabin will sleep up to six, and includes comfortable beds, access to the shower house and community bathrooms, a front porch, and use of the resort facilities. Please note that these cabins do not have an interior bathroom (see floor plan). There are charcoal grills located outside all cowboy cabins.
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*** All Mountain Homes in the Zion Ridge area are within 1 mile from the main areas of the resort. ***
Experience the awesomeness of Zion National Park while staying in our Cowboy Cabins. You’ll be “roughing” it in comfort in these charming log cabin structures. Each cabin will sleep up to six, and includes comfortable beds, access to the shower house and community bathrooms, a front porch, and use of the resort facilities. Although these Zion National Park cabins do not have an interior bathroom (see floor plan), they are conveniently located near the shower house and community bathrooms.
Enjoy all Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort has to offer on its 4,000 acres in the way of activities, including climbing wall, miniature golf, trampoline bungee, zip line, basketball, billiards and foosball, horse shoes, ping pong, tennis, pool & hot tub, field areas for softball, and volleyball. Our Zion Ponderosa Ranch restaurants give you everything you're looking for in a dining experience. Start your day off right with a delicious coffee courtesy of the Narrows Espresso Bar. Check out Bart’s Bistro to get a lunchtime burger poolside. If you’re in the mood for something a bit more upscale, try the Blue Belly Grill for lunch or dinner. Keep in mind too that we can order groceries for you or come to your vacation home to prepare a special meal.
And of course you’ll be nearby Zion National Park and Zion Canyon. There are activities galore you and your family and friends can enjoy when staying at these Zion National Park cabins, such as horseback riding, Jeep tours, rafting, and hiking. Located at the intersection of the Great Basin, the Colorado Plateau, and the Mojave Desert regions, Utah’s first national park is stunning display of red- and tan-colored Navajo sandstone. With elevations ranging from 3,666 to 8,726, you’ll be in awe of the park’s natural canyons, buttes, mesas, mountains, and arches. The park consists of four climate zones, including desert, riparian, woodland, and coniferous forest, making it home to an astonishing number of bird, mammal, and reptile species. Book your stay at these Zion National Park cabins today.