Enviably adjacent to Zion National Park, Zion Mountain Ranch is an expansive and beautiful ranch-style resort known for its park accessibility, cozy country cabins, and breathtaking views. Its collection of upscale lodges are the closest accommodations to the wonders of Zion and Bryce Canyon, and herds of buffalo roam throughout its 2,700 acres of open plains and mountain forests, creating an authentic Western destination defined by nature’s simplicity and serenity.
Amid the vast and beautiful plains of Zion Mountain Ranch, 53 historic wood cabins dot the edge of Zion National Park’s eastern mountains. Symbols of Western romance and comfort, the spacious cabins embody a turn-of-the-century rustic charm without sacrificing the modern conveniences of home. No one is alike, varying in both size and theme, but most feature gas fireplaces, jetted tubs, log-style furniture, small kitchenette areas, and Native American décor. Large private patios and giant picture windows ensure views of the grazing buffalo or the canyon rim. The exclusive suite of Premier Lodges are ideal for families or those simply looking for a bit more space and seclusion, with multi-bedroom and family-centric arrangements guaranteed. The Canyon Rim Spa Lodge is the resort’s largest and most luxurious accommodation, complete with its own massage room and sauna.
Above all, Zion Mountain Ranch is dedicated to creating a connection with nature. Careful management of the land and healthy sustainable cuisine are at the heart of its mission, drawing colorful and bountiful joy from the Utah soil. Guests wake up to the sight of hundreds of wild buffalo grazing in the fields and enjoy a range of all-day culinary innovations at The Buffalo Grill. The menu is always changing based on the earth’s harvest and features such specialties as wood-fired buffalo steak and eggs, and goat cheese straight from the ranch’s farm. Children will love interacting with the many chickens, bunnies, ducks, goats, cows, and ponies of Zion Mountain Ranch and won’t forget late-night s’mores around the campfire, gazing into the bright and magical sky’s spectacle of stars.
Situated in Zion Mountain Ranch’s beautiful backyard, Zion National Park is the highlight of any stay here. Utah’s oldest national park, Zion is known for its stunning slot canyons, soaring towers and monoliths, and epic waterfalls. While Zion is certainly impressive, Bryce Canyon’s collection of giant vermillion natural amphitheaters of hoodoos and odd-shaped pillars is nothing short of photo-worthy. With these landscapes as a playground, guests enjoy such exciting activities as canyoneering, fly fishing, hiking, kayaking, and mountain biking. Beyond the adventure, however, is an insatiable peace and calmness—the type of which can only found on horseback through the Zion mountains, picnic lunches on the canyon rim, relaxing in-room massages, and quiet moments in a rocking chair overlooking the great American landscape.Request Information