Mountain Ridge Cabins and Lodging
Address: 106 S. Main St. On Highway 89
Email: [email protected]
Open Seasonally from May through October. $80-$189 per night
The Mountain Ridge Motel and Cabins offers a variety of newly remodeled rooms and cabins located between Bryce and Zion National Park. Our property features a wide variety of amenities to make your stay more enjoyable including premium beds, new comfortable furnishings, high definition satellite TV, and daily housekeeping service guaranteeing the cleanest accommodations in town. We also provide complimentary services such as free ice, in-room coffee, outdoor lounges, BBQ grills, and high-speed wireless internet throughout our property.
Starting the summer of 2016 we are excited to open our new premium cabins. Our contemporary cabins include added privacy and comforts of home with a clean and updated feel. Our new cabins feature gorgeous bathrooms equipped with tile stand-in showers, 50 inch LED TV’s, microwave, fridge, coffee maker, free local calling and dining table.
Our convenient location between Bryce and Zion makes for a great home base when traveling with family or friends and access to great local dining. Our property is located 25 minutes to Bryce Canyon and 50 Minutes to Zion.
Bryce Zion Inn
Phone: 435-735-4000, 435-690-0325, 702-371-0426
Email: [email protected]
8 miles to Highway 12, 24 miles to Bryce, 50 miles to Zion. Open Seasonally April to October. Located on Highway 89 between Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Rooms from $79-129. 50’s diner located across the street with a large serving, great-tasting food items between $6-12 dollars. 16 large rooms that sleep 4, and four double-size rooms with 2 bathrooms that sleep 8. Free Wi-Fi, 50-inch Satellite TV, picnic and BBQ area. Guest Laundry $1.50 a load, Ice, Microwave, Fridge, hairdryer, and in-room coffee maker, Rooms on one level where you park right in front of your door. Each room features views of Pansagaunt Plateau. Roads next to the property lead to fishing streams, with four-wheeler trails to Panguitch Lake and Tropic Reservoir. A friendly town with a Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum, 3 restaurants, a bar, a gas station, a convenience store, and an antique shop. Hiker, bikers, fishermen, and four-wheeler paradise.
Address: 177 S. Main US Hwy 89, Box 385 Hatch, UT 84735
Phone: 435-690-0325, 435-735-4015
Email: [email protected]
Open Seasonally March to November. Located on Highway 89 between Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Rooms from $59-109. Restaurant and convenience store on site. Gas station located across the street. Satellite TV, picnic and BBQ area. Guest Laundry, Ice Microwave, Fridge, coffee maker, and free wi-fi. Cabin style rooms with views of Pansagaunt Plateau with fishing streams, and four-wheeler trails to Panguitch Lake and Tropic Reservoir. A friendly town with a Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum, 3 restaurants, a bar, and an antique shop. Hiker, bikers, fishermen, and four-wheeler paradise.
Galaxy of Hatch
Address: 216 North Main Street PO Box 385 Hatch, UT 84735
Hotel: 435-735-4018 Harley Shop: 435-735-4031 Galaxy Diner: 435-735-4017 Breakfast and Lunch… 7 brand new Motorcycle themed rooms, all with 2 queen beds, refrigerator and microwave, air conditioning and heat, and satellite TV. This Biker oriented Resort, gift shop, nostalgic 50s style diner open for breakfast and lunch with Ice cream parlor are all found on-premises.
The Riverside Ranch
Address: 594 US HWY 89, Box 521 Hatch, Utah
Phone: 800-824-5651, 435-720-4464
Email: [email protected]
Closed Jan-Feb AAA approved and double diamond rated. 13 guest rooms, 1 family suites, 1 handicap room, themed rooms, non-smoking rooms, in-room coffee, all rooms with refrigerators and microwaves, AC, Satellite TV, guest laundry. 10% discount on our full-service restaurant for motel and RV guests. Campground, pavilion river fishing, and other recreational activities, propane, c-store, gift shop, antiques, crafts. Hunting/Fishing/Horseback excursions available. Horse Sporting. ATV Guided Tours. Discount available for AAA, Good Sam, AARP, Elks, Union members, and Escapees. Reservations Recommended. Horse Stalls – Have round pen available. RV – 125 Spaces/ 47 full hookups/ 15 river sites/ 300 tent sites/group area. Water, hot showers, laundry, mini-store, dump station, 2 group pavilions, group area, facilities for up to 300 people. Pack Trips and Wagon Rides – Come and join us for an adventurous pack trip or horse-drawn wagon ride. Also, look into our Cowboy Nights Dinner Wagon Ride.
- Motel: No pets allowed.
- RV Park: Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash.
Wilderness Ranch RV Park & Recreation Area
Address: Hwy 89 Mile Marker 110
Email: [email protected]
Open year round 24 hrs a day, late arrivals are welcome call first. We are a mile and half off the highway we have 32 RV sites total 12 of those are adult only the remaining 20 are family, atv, and group sites, all of our sites have firepits. there are plenty of campsites for tent camping available throughout the 500 acre ranch.all our RV sites have full hookups for both 30 and 50 amp including dump station and plenty of well water for all your needs, our smallest RV site is 50×100 with bryce canyon as your backdrop We welcome both RV and Campers that are just driving by though we do recommend making a reservation. There are bathrooms, shower, and laundry facility available for guests as well as a 9 hole golf course and walking, biking, atv trails, rockhounding for your enjoyment and after a day of fun and adventure you can relax by the fire while stargazing and enjoying a amazing view of the milkyway while listening to the song of the coyotes. We do have vacation nightly rentals and mountain bike rentals available call for more info regarding the rentals.Nearby activies include Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Dixie National Forest, Fishing, Atv Rentals, Horseback Riding.
Riverside Ranch RV Park
Address: 594 US Hwy 89, Box 521 Hatch, UT
Email: [email protected]
Closed Jan-Feb AAA approved and double diamond rated. 75 units! 10% discount in our full service restaurant for motel and RV guests. Campground, pavillion river fishing and other recreational activities, propane, c-store, gift shop, antiques, crafts. Hunting/Fishing/Horseback excursions available. Horse Sporting. ATV Guided Tours. Discount available for AAA, Good Sam, AARP, Elks, Union members and Escapees. Reservations Recommended. Horse Stalls – Have round pen available. RV – 125 Spaces/ 47 full hookups/ 15 river sites/ 300 tent sites/group area. Water, hot showers, laundry, mini store, dump station, 2 group pavillions, group area, facilities for up to 300 people. Pack Trips and Wagon Rides – Come and join us for an adventurous pack trip or horse drawn wagon ride. Also look into our Cowboy Nights Dinner Wagon Ride.
Cozy Cabin for Two
Single cabin for two, full kitchen, fireplace, covered patio, Bryce Canyon is the background for this wonderful getaway, located 3 miles off highway 89https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15416447?guests=2&location=Hatch
Panoramic Cliffs Retreat
This home is conveniently located in picturesque Garfield County and is just 35 minutes from Bryce Canyon and 50 minutes from Zion National Park. There are beautiful pink cliffs that serve as the dynamic backdrop for this home. Just minutes away there is stream fishing on the Sevier River and on the Mammoth and Asay Creeks. Located nearby is the famous Panguitch Lake that is known for its great lake trout and stunning scenery.https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/14610152?guests=2&location=Hatch
Grand View Lodge
Grand View Lodge is conveniently located between Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. It is bright and spacious with three levels of gathering areas and bedrooms.https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15035701?guests=2&location=Hatch
Private Luxurious Ridgetop Hideaway
Come and stay at the Ridgetop Hideaway, air-conditioned 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2050 sq. ft. mountain home with the split open floor plan on 9 private acres with no neighbors. The house has 2 King master suites on the main floor and 1 King bedroom mother in law suite downstairs with bath, kitchenette & separate TV in the bright walk-out basement (your rental is for the entire house, including upstairs and downstairs). The property has fabulous views of Long Valley, the pink Paunsagaunt Cliffs, the surrounding mountains and Asay Creek, with opportunities to see local wildlifehttps://www.airbnb.com/rooms/16202197?location=Bryce%20Canyon
Secluded Luxury Riverfront Ranch
Very private luxury retreat close to Bryce Canyon and Zion sitting on 9 acres, with the Sevier River meandering around the property.https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15136671?location=Bryce
Bryce Canyon Deluxe Private Yurt
Enjoy spectacular views of red rock cliffs and the Sevier River from your hilltop private yurt. Ten minutes to Red Canyon and Scenic Byway 12, 25 min to Bryce Canyon, 45 min to Kodachrome Basin, 1 hr. to Zion. Queen bed, full bath, laundry with washer and dryer. One queen bed in private bedroom, one queen sofa bed in the living room.https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/19641019
Off the Grid in Rock Canyon
Property is off-grid, power comes from a top of the line energy efficient Honda generator and a 500-gallon propane tank. Awesome open floor plan, great for cooking and hanging out in the living room with friends and family. No neighbors, no noise, just have fun and enjoy the peaceful outdoors.https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/17045890?guests=2&location=Hatch
Beautiful South Utah Custom Home
Beautiful large custom home in a peaceful mountain setting of Hatch, Utah. Home is curated with all furnishings from Ethan Allen. Kitchen is fully equipped. Indoor Jacuzzi (not currently functioning but will soon be repaired). 45 minutes from Bryce Canyon NP. 45 minutes from Zion NP. 45 minutes from Bryan Head Ski Resort. 40 minutes from Panguitch Lake. Property is a rural setting. Your own transportation is requiredhttps://www.airbnb.com/rooms/13031341?guests=2&location=Hatch
BRAND NEW Luxury riverfront urban industrial house
Featuring all-new amenities and urban industrial decor, this house is your ideal launching base for a Bryce Canyon and Zion vacationhttps://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18735301?guests=2&location=Hatch
Rustic Bryce Canyon Home w/Deck on Sevier River
If you’re looking for the perfect home base for your family gathering or friend retreat, then look no further than this fantastic 3-bedroom + loft, 2-bathroom vacation rental house in Hatch. With accommodations for 12, plus an amazing amount of space in the large loft, this home features unobstructed views of the Sevier River and a prime location between Bryce Canyon and Zion, ensuring a memorable getaway!https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18058380?guests=2&location=Hatch
Gorgeous 3 BR House- Feels Just Like Home
The Farmhouse is a great hub to visit nearby Bryce Canyon & Zion NP. Enjoy hiking, fishing, biking, relaxing or whatever your heart desires. Here serene accommodations and thrilling recreating converge for the ultimate vacation experience in scenic Southern Utah. Surrounded by mountains on 50 acres with a pond and river flowing through the ranch. It is perfect for adventure and tranquility seekers alike!https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/12970438?guests=2&location=Hatch
Mammoth Creek Apt. between Bryce Canyon and Zion
Newly built 3-bedroom, 1-bath Mammoth Creek vacation rental apartment 4 miles southwest of Hatch. New furnishings, state-of-the-art kitchen, and furnished back patio. This suite offers 8 guests modern comforts and a taste of the wilderness. Step out your door to fish in the mountain stream, then explore the nearby National Parks and Monuments.AirBnB
The Ranch House on 280 Acres- Sevier River
The Ranch house sits on 280 Acres of an active cattle ranch overlooking the Sevier River.AirBnB
A private secure large cabin-style studio for 2 guests, with one bed and one bath.AirBnB
Luxury Riverfront Home near Bryce Canyon National Park
Beautiful home with panoramic views of the gorgeous river that is 10 feet away from the home. Large 50-foot deck, good for 6 guests, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths.AirBnB
The quaint town of Hatch is located 15 miles south of Panguitch and 24 miles southwest of Bryce Canyon National Park on US-89 and 52 miles from Zion National Park. The first townsite, originally called Aaron or Asay, was established in 1872 near the mouth of Asay Creek. When flooding forced the community’s founding families to move they joined others settled along the Sevier River and created Hatchtown. After more severe flooding and the breaking of the reservoir, the town was again moved to its present site and named Hatch after one of its founding members. Hatch was incorporated in 1934, and currently has a population of 140 people.
Located at the junction of Mammoth Creek and the Sevier River, Hatch offers excellent fishing. Mammoth and Asay Creeks, the headwaters of the Sevier River, are stocked with rainbow, German brown, and cutthroat trout. The Sevier River is also well-stocked, and the area around Hatch offers some of the best fishing on the river.
The Mammoth Creek Fish Hatchery is located just a few miles southwest of Hatch. The hatchery is responsible for stocking catchable rainbow trout in area waters. The facility is currently closed to tours but kiosks in the parking lot explain how the fish hatchery operates. West of Hatch, Mammoth Cave is one of the largest lava tubes in Utah with more than 2,200 feet of passage and four chambers. The quarter-mile cave was formed by cooling lava and flowing water about 2,000 years ago—relatively young in geologic terms. Part of the Markagunt Plateau in Dixie National Forest, Mammoth Caves is located at an elevation of 8,050 feet, so it stays cool year-round and offers unobstructed stargazing. Sections of the cave or Mammoth Creek Road may be closed from October through June due to snowfall. There are several ATV and snowmobile trails around Mammoth Cave, including the 19-mile roundtrip Mammoth Cave Loop Trail that begins in Hatch. Experience Mammoth Cave lava tube on your scenic drive. The cave has over 2,200 feet of passage and is approximately .25 miles long, the cave is pitch black so be sure to pack a high-quality flashlight. There are also several trails in Red Canyon, north of Hatch at the junction of US-89 and Scenic Byway 12. A 5.5-mile hiking/biking/horse trail leads from Red Canyon to Casto Canyon, a famous outlaw hideout between Panguitch and Hatch. From Hatch, Bryce Canyon National Park is just a 30-minute drive down Scenic Byway 12. Bryce Canyon National Park is an easy day trip from Hatch, whether you choose to do a few short hikes or simply drive the scenic route through Bryce Canyon.
Hatch has restaurants, lodging, a convenience store, post office and one of two full-service bars in Garfield County. The Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum is open by appointment.
Lodging and Dining
Accommodations in Hatch include several motels and campgrounds/RV parks. From rustic mountain cabins and Harley Davidson-themed rooms to more traditional quarters, there is plenty of affordable lodging in Hatch. Campers will wake up to incredible red rock views at any of Hatch’s campgrounds. A variety of dining options can be found in Hatch, most restaurants in Hatch are open seasonally so plan accordingly.
Hatch & Red Canyon
- Open all year – some are seasonal
- Motels, bed & breakfast, cabins, RV parks, campgrounds
- Restaurants, gift shops, convenience store
- Post Office
- Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum (435-735-4207 or 735-4296)
- Mammoth Creek Fish Hatchery (435-735-4200)
- Mammoth Cave (30 mins. from Hatch)
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