Cabins For Sale In Southern Utah
With it’s distinct red rock formations and topography, Southern Utah is a truly unique corner of the world. Here, residents and vacationers from all over gather to enjoy camping, hiking, biking, off-roading, and a myriad of other outdoor activities. The winter season offers it’s own beauty and activities–skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. It really is an extremely “usable” place to own a cabin. And for vacationers looking to rent a cabin, Southern Utah offers compelling weather and exciting destinations to visit.
Because of it’s warmer climate, Southern Utah also offers an excellent location for horse properties and ranch lands. On top of all this, the area is replete with national parks and national forests. Visitors can choose to go see Zion’s Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Escalante, Lake Powell, and much more–all within just a couple hours drive.
Premier Southern Utah Cabin Areas
Here is just a brief cross-section of some of the more popular cabin areas in Southern Utah. Click on each one to see available listings in that area. As always, if you’d like to speak with us directly, feel free to shoot us an email here. We will give you our best recommendations, and try to help you on your search however else we can.
Moab is known for nearby Arches National Monument, the world-famous “Slick Rock” trail, and a breathtaking stretch of the Colorado River. While cabin owners here can easily make this town their full-time residence, their is ample opportunity to rent out their cabins to nightly, seasonal, or long-term tenants. Check out listings for Moab cabins for sale here.
Duck Creek Village is an unincorporated area that sits at an impressive 8,500 feet of elevation (higher than Denver, and over twice the elevation of Salt Lake City). Due to this and other geographical features, it receives an average of 246″ of snowfall a year. Access is a significant consideration, with many cabins being accessible only by snowmobile or serious 4 wheel drive vehicles for much of the year. In spite of these factors however (or perhaps because of them), it remains a favorite cabin destination in Southern Utah. Check out more details, and search cabins for sale in Duck Creek here.
Located just an hour and 25 minutes north of St. George, and only 4 hours from Salt Lake, Brian Head is the premier ski and snowboarding destination in Southern Utah. While markedly smaller than resorts along the Wasatch Front, Brian Head still boasts 71 runs that span 650 acres across 2 mountains. Your cabin in Brian Head is the perfect asset to afford you relaxing getaways, and the potential for some additional snow season rental income. See cabin listings here.
Fish Lake sits nestled against the Mytoge Mountains, of the Southern Wasatch plateau. The lake itself is 6 miles long and 1 mile wide, and is a true “high-alpine” lake. Residents here enjoy the solitude that comes with being 45 minutes from the nearest interstate. Fish for Mackinaw and Rainbow trout next to the lakeside Aspens. If this sounds like it could be the ideal location for cabin, see listings here.
The least densely populated cabin location in Southern Utah, Pine Valley has less than 500 total residents (many of which are seasonal or part time). Located 45 minutes north of St. George, Pine Valley was originally settled in the 1850’s, and has remained extremely small and quiet over the years. Here, the residents like to keep things small and undeveloped, preferring instead to drive a little bit for conveniences. Sheltered from Interstate 15 by a mountain range, it really is a smaller, slower way of life. See cabins for sale in Pine Valley here.