This log cabin vacation rental is 1500 feet in size and is located at Kamas Utah, USA. It has 2 bedrooms as well as 2 bathrooms. This log cabin can accommodate 6 guests comfortably. The interior has been renovated with farmhouse decor. This home’s star is its kitchen. Copper accents and Acacia countertops with copper accents. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views. The log cabin offers a main bedroom, with ensuite bathroom and a jetted tub. You can have 6 comfortable sleeping arrangements by using the separate bedroom on the main floor with a loft entertainment area and a convertible couch.
You can relax on the chesterfield-leather sofa while enjoying your vacation with a hot beverage. You can also enjoy a puzzle at our custom-made live edge table. To finish your book’s last chapter, you can also use the high speed broadband internet connection. Pick up some local smoked Jerky or Cheeses from the Samak Smokehouse and head up the road for some kayaking or mountain biking along the many nearby trails. This log home is a great getaway for families and couples.
Kamas, Utah is undoubtedly the gateway into Utah’s Uinta Mountains Range. The town’s unique features include large tracts of open space, recreation options, and family friendliness. Kamas, Utah has so many things to offer, whether you’re looking for a movie, local food, or just to have a good time with friends. Many local businesses can help you plan your adventure, give advice on camping spots, or provide information about local adventures in the Uinta Mountains Wilderness.
You can take scenic drives on the 56-mile Mirror Lake Highway Scenic Byway from there. Between beautiful campgrounds, and endless, rugged wilderness, you’ll find the perfect spot for your RV to park or pitch your tent.
There are more than 450,000 acres of wilderness available. Two national forests are located in the area, including the Wasatch National forest running along the byway. There are hundreds upon hundreds of streams and lakes to choose from, including Mirror Lake. You can walk around the lakes starting from basecamp or take a ride on an ATV or horse. If you have the time, wayfinding skills, and patience, you can climb Utah’s highest peaks. King’s Peak, Utah’s highest peak is also the most powerful. It offers many routes and thousands of feet of prominence, where you can put your hiking shoes. The area is full of natural beauty.
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