Capitol Reef National Park Camping SandCreek RV Park










Each of Pine Shadows' spacious chalet-style cabins is fully equipped for the long stay, and is perfectly suited to those planning family gatherings. The cabins are extra large, 16 by 28 feet, and have high beam pine ceilings and a ceiling fan.

Cabin Room InteriorThe spacious cabins have two queen beds and a television with VCR. Bathrooms have bathtub with shower, a vanity basin, and a separate dressing table.

A kitchen affords each guest with the option of cooking in or eating out. The kitchen includes sink, range, toaster, coffee maker, microwave, small refrigerator, glass table with chairs, and cooking and eating utensils.

Our two bedroom cabin is just under 1000 sq ft, sleeps six, living room/ kitchen, 1-1/2 bath,front porch, very private-fenced back patio with furniture.

And best of all,
cabins start at only $109 per night.

Cabin View of Rock FormationEvery cabin has a front and back entrance, and a covered porch for viewing the rock formations, the Velvet Ridge, cedars, and pinion pines. The sandstone bluffs and rock formations a short distance to the South are especially enchanting. As the early morning sun changes its position in the sky, one can sit and watch these sandstone mountains turn bright orange, then coral, and finally almost a pure white.

From the veranda or the cabin windows, guests are likely to see chipmunks frolicking in the trees, rabbits scurrying by and blue jays fluttering in the azure sky.

It is difficult to portray the beauty that surrounds Pine Shadows. It is a 15-minute drive to Capitol Reef National Park and its sheer-walled canyons, sandstone domes, and its red rock cliffs. It is a 10-mile drive to the entrance of Dixie National Forest and the Boulder Mountain Range with their sparkling mountain lakes and pine and aspen groves.

But spectacular as these better know attractions are, the treasures that exist within walking distance of Pine Shadows Cabins are inspiring. The untouched beauty of the land is very peaceful. Guests may begin several scenic hikes directly from their cabin.

A 40 minute hike from Pine Shadows takes guests to red rock formations that include arches, small caves, Goblin Valley-type pinnacles, and pinion pines and junipers. From the crest one can see many miles in almost every direction.

Though one knows it is not pristine, the land that surrounds Pine Shadows is blissfully peaceful and unsullied. In its bucolic habitat, Pine Shadows Cabins offers an idyllic setting for rediscovering one's self and getting in touch with the beauties of nature.



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