by Lissa Poirot
The Zion Mountain Ranch features log cabins with campfires for a rustic feel but with fully equipped kitchens with dinner and cookware, eating areas, bathrooms with tubs, parking and even Wi-Fi. Steps away from hiking on trails of the mountain and valley in ZIon National Park.
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- Cabins in Zion National Park
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Family Room 5+
Two of us did the Windmill horseback ride for 2 hours. This ride is definitely for all levels as you walks pretty slowly the whole time. Don't get me wrong the ride was nice but a little deceiving and slow. When we booked it we expected to at least see a windmill but there was none. It was not an informative ride but maybe that is what it is supposed to be.
by Heather D
We brought the family and stayed in a studio cabin. Bed was very comfortable and jetted tub was great! Cabin was clean and we only saw one spider during our stay :) We stayed 2 nights. It was our first time staying at the East Entrance to Zion and we really enjoyed the quiet. We don't love crowds! We enjoyed some hikes in Zions but the highlight of the trip was horseback riding with Megan as our guide! There were 6 of us, including Megan on the ride so it was just our family which was great because we have 2 that don't love horseback riding and were a little worried about it. Megan calmed their fears and put them on wonderful horses. We all had a great time with beautiful scenery and lots of laughter.
Tyler, the ranch hand, introduced us to Betty the baby bison and Desert the baby mini horse which were both so cute. He also had a fire going for guests at the fire pit.
Very enjoyable weekend and I would highly recommend staying there.