With summer right around the corner, now is the perfect time to begin planning a summer getaway. As one of the most beautiful states in the US, Utah is the prime area for anyone looking to spend some time in the great outdoors. Whether you already live in the great state in one of the Daybreak communities and are ready to vacation in one of Utah’s gorgeous resorts, or are from out of town and looking to relax, here are four of Utah’s best resorts:
- Red Cliffs Lodge
Located in Moab, the Red Cliffs Lodge is hideaway in the red rock mountains. For those who love the great outdoors, there are plenty of activities from horseback riding to mountain biking to white water rafting to even ATV tours. Guests can choose from a wide variety of accommodations, including a suite style lodge or a cabin. All accommodations include a kitchenette, allowing guests to prepare meals in their room if they prefer. The Cowboy Grill and Castle Creek Winery are also available for meals or wine tasting. Between the Western-style decor and rugged exterior, this resort is perfect for anyone looking to relax in rustic style.
- Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort
Located in Mount Carmel inside Zion National Park, the Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort offers guests the ability to lodge in vacation homes, cowboy cabins, cabin suites, and even in covered wagons. For those staying in the resort, all park activities are available to participate in. There are additional activities also available to resort guests, including horseback riding, paint ball, hiking, and Jeep tours of the park, among other activities. Guests can relax at any of the six restaurants available, as well as in the hot tub located in the resort.
- Red Mountain Resort and Spa
For those who prefer a less rugged experience, the Red Mountain Resort and Spa, which was awarded the “Best Destination Spa” title, offers guests a relaxing spa experience. The spa is known for its focus on healthy living activities, giving guests the opportunity to rejuvenate in a holistic, natural way. Not only are the rooms filled with hypoallergenic comforters, each room has its own kitchenette where guests can start the day with a nutritious-filled meal. Those who stay in the villas can even have in-room spa treatments.
- Park City Mountain Resort
Though many consider Park City to be the ultimate area of winter getaways, as the Park City Mountain Resort is known for skiing and snowboarding, this resort is just as popular during the summertime. While the resort offers adrenaline-junkies the Alpine Coaster and Alpine Slides, as well as the ZipRider, there are also typical outdoor activities, such as mountain biking and hiking. Most guests recommend preparing a meal in the villa’s kitchen in order to picnic over the gorgeous views the resort has to offer.
There is no better place to vacation than in one of these Utah resorts. In fact, you might enjoy it so much that you’ll be looking to move to a Utah community.
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