Panguitch Lodging and Dining | Bryce Canyon Country
Vacation Rentals

Adobe Sands Motel

Address: 390 N. Main, Box 593

Phone: 435-676-8874


Email: [email protected]

Seasonal rates,  33 guest rooms, 2 large family units, 12 economy units, cable TV, A/C, smoking and non-smoking rooms, phones, data port/ internet access, free coffee, Picnic Tables and BBQ area, small pets ok, packages available. Restaurants and laundromat nearby. Weekly rates available. 

Blue Pine Motel

Address: 130 N Main, Box 614

Phone: 800-299-6115, 435-676-8197


Email: [email protected]

$40-85 20 guest rooms (2 family units), non-smoking rooms, 1 handicap room. All rooms ground level, cable TV, HBO, A/C, phones, microwave/frig. available, 32″ flat screen TV’s in-room coffee, WIFI putting green, restaurants nearby Open all year.

Bryce Canyon Motel

Address: 308 N Main, Box 705

Phone: 435-676-8441

Email: [email protected]

$25-$70 (rates seasonal) 13 guest rooms (4 rooms with microwaves/refrigerators), (2 kitchenettes), family units, smoking/non-smoking rooms,cable TV, some kitchenettes, BBQ/picnic area, coffee, pets ok in some rooms. Senior/group discounts, packages available. Recreational activities. Open Mar. 21 – Oct. 31.

Bryce Way Motel

Address: 429 N. Main, Box 628

Phone: 435-676-2400

Email: [email protected]

$35-$100 26 guest rooms, 2 family suites with refrigerators, non-smoking rooms, 1 handicap room, open all year, Cable TV, A/C, heat, phones. 10 rooms with refrigerators. Pets okay, paly area. AAA

Canyon Lodge Motel

Address: 210 N Main, Box 992

Phone: 800-440-8292, 435-676-8292


Email: [email protected]

$39-$89 10 guest rooms, restaurant nearby. Cable TV, A/C, Phones, in-room coffee. Family unit, picnic areas, non-smoking rooms. Open all year

Color Country Motel

Address: 526 N Main, Box 163

Phone: 800-225-6518, 435-676-2386


Email: [email protected]

$30-$58 (seasonal rates) 26 guest rooms, non-smoking rooms, TV, A/C, phones, pets ok. Meeting room, gift shop, Senior/group discounts. Open all year, AAA.

Historic Panguitch Inn

Address: 50 N Main, Box 150, Utah 84759

Phone: 435-676-8871


Email: [email protected]

$35-$75 25 guest rooms, 3 family units, Rooms with 1,2 and 3 beds, shower and /or tub, 1 handicap room, all non-smoking rooms, restaurant nearby. Open Apr. 1- Oct. 31, cable TV, HBO, coffee in room, heat, A/C, phones, guest lobby, Q and K beds, pets not allowed, inside parking, senior/group discounts, AAA.

Best Host Inn

Address: 730 N. Main, Box 365

Phone: 435-676-2651

Email: [email protected]

16 guest rooms, five 2-bed rooms, six rooms with microwaves/refrigerators, king beds, on site parking free, restaurant nearby, Open March 1-November 15, Mobil. 14 non-smoking rooms, free coffee, cable TV,wireless internet, A/C, Q and K beds, playground nearby, family units, BBQ area, laundromat nearby, family rates, senior/group discounts.

Marianna Inn Motel

Address: 699 N. Main, Box 150

Phone: 435-676-8844


Email: [email protected]

$35-$85 34 guest rooms including 2 connecting rooms, family rooms, smoking and non-smoking rooms, 2 handicap rooms. Rooms with 1,2,3 or 4 beds. Open all year. TV, HBO, DD phones, A/C, heat, coffee in room, K and Q-beds, shower and/or tub, whirlpool in some rooms, free high-speed wireless Internet, BBQ, pets okay. Restaurant nearby. AAA

New Bryce Western Motel

Address: Box 73, 180 E Center

Phone: 435-676-8876


Starting at $69 (Seasonal) (family units higher rates) 55 guest rooms (including 3 family units), non-smoking rooms, 3 handicap rooms, continental breakfast, color TV, DD phones, data port/internet access, A/C, coffee, laundry facilities, Pets okay with deposit, swimming pool, jacuzzi, restaurant nearby. AAA, Mobil. Open all year.

Panguitch Countryside Cabins

Address: 115 North Main, Panguitch, Utah 84759

Phone: 435-618-0277


Email: [email protected]

Built in 2019, these brand new cabins located on historic Panguitch Main Street can be your home away from home or hub for adventure. There are 9 cabins, 2 king-cabins and 7 with double queen options.

Purple Sage Motel

Address: 132 East Center Street, Panguitch, Utah 84759

Phone: 800-241-6889, 435-676-2659


Email: [email protected]

$35-$99 14 newly remodeled guest rooms, 1 family unit, restaurant nearby, Open April- Oct., cable TV, A/C, in-room coffee, DD phones, non-smoking rooms, Q and K beds.

The Lamp Lighter Lodge

Address: 581 N Main, Box 365

Phone: 435-676-8362


Email: [email protected]

$39-$89 13 guest rooms, two 3-bed units, (8 rooms with refrigerators) restaurants nearby. Open all year. All non-smoking rooms, cable TV, A/C, refrigerators, K and Q beds, tub-shower combo, in-room coffee, no pets. Veteran and Military discounts, Senior/group discounts and packages available. Massage therapist on site, AAA. Free parking.

The Panguitch House

Address: 259 E Center Street, P.O. Box 1103, Panguitch, Utah 84759

Phone: 435-676-2574 or 435-899-0190


Email: [email protected]

Welcome to The Panguitch House, located in Panguitch, Utah. “Where?” You may ask. Panguitch is a small, quaint town, nestled in a high mountain valley in Southern Utah. Panguitch is a Native American word meaning “Big Fish”, probably inspired by the great fishing just 20 minutes away at Panguitch Lake.

The Panguitch House is a lovely 1920 red brick home. There are a total of three rooms available for guests. All rooms have Queen-sized beds for double occupancy and private baths. Room rates include a delicious full breakfast.

Our aim at The Panguitch House is to provide you, our guests, with a laid back, homey atmosphere, great hospitality, a comfortable, clean room, and a delicious full breakfast to start your day off right. Whether you are heading out for a day of hiking at Bryce Canyon, planning on another 50 miles on your cycling trip or just coming to do some antique shopping, The Panguitch House will be a pleasant respite that you can count on.

We are open year round and happy to take your reservation.

All rooms are non-smoking Sorry, but we are unable to accommodate pets. Let us refer you to

Bear Valley RV and Campground Resort

Address: Junction of Hwy 20 and 89

Phone: 435-676-2500


Email: [email protected]

Pet-Friendly, Wireless, Handicap, and tent sites. $75 and under.

Big Fish KOA Campground

Address: 555 S Main, Box 384

Phone: 800-562-1625


Email: [email protected]

4/15-10/7 75 sites, 44 RV hookups, 12 camping cabins, tenting, water, flush toilets, showers, laundry, dump station, food, pool.

Hitch ‘N Post Campground

Address: 420 N Main, Box 368

Phone: 435-676-2436


Email: [email protected]

Open year-round.38 full hookup trailer sites, 6 tent sites, water, flush toilets, showers, large laundry with change and soap machines, craft and souvenir store, clubhouse, group meeting area available, free wi-fi .Sites are 30 and 50 amp $27, weekly and monthly rates also available, Discounts offered for Good Sam, AAA and AARP

Paradise RV and Campground

Address: 2153 N Hwy 89, Box 655

Phone: 888-600-7547, 435-676-8348



4/15-11/1 70 sites, 60 hookups, 5 cabins, tenting, water, flush toilets, shower, laundromat, dump station, LP gas, gift/bookstore, group area, lounge, BBQ, fax/copy services and wifi

55 Ranch House #1 and #2

Website: 55 Ranch House

This place has 2 rentals. One is a king room that sleeps 2, and the other is a 2 room family suite that sleeps 8. This is in the basement of a newly built home, but no area is actually shared with the homeowners. Both rentals have their own private bathroom. A private secure outside entrance into a full kitchen that you are able to cook in, large shared common area w/ ping pong, fireplace, piano and a big screen TV for your enjoyment. Large yard with ½ basketball court, and kid areas.

Cozy Panguitch House

Entire cottage, sleeps 6 guests, 3 bedrooms and 1 bath.

Seven Gables

Website: Seven Gables

Seven Gables sleeps up to 14 guests, 5 bedrooms, 6 beds and 4 baths with an additional Garden Cottage available to rent.

The Carriage House

This cottage sleeps 2 guests, 1 bedroom and 1 bath.


Website: AsixK

Private living quarters, 10 guests, 2 bedrooms, 3 beds and 1 bath

Panguitch Serenity

Three bedroom home, one full bath, fully equipped kitchen and living room.

Heywood Heritage Home

Entire historic home, sleeps 8 guests, 3 bedrooms, 5 beds and 2 baths.

Eva’s Place

Website: Eva’s Place

Historic cottage style house, sleeps 8 guests, 3 bedrooms, 4 beds and 2 baths

The Cottage

Website: The Cottage

This charming cottage sleeps 6 guests, 1 bedroom, 4 beds and 1 bath.

The Old Sherriff’s House

Website: Blue Room

Website: Green Room

2 Private rooms in a historic pioneer house in Panguitch. Each room is rented individually and includes a Private Bathroom.

Charming Panguitch Home

Simple and peaceful vacation home. Sleeps 6 guests, 3 bedrooms, 3 beds, 1 bath.

A-Way Home

Website: A-Way Home

Private area in the lower level of a home, including a private entry, sleeps 6 guests, 2 bedrooms, 6 beds and a private bath

The Vintage Lilac

Cozy 1930’s 3-bedroom Bungalow, sleeps 8 guests, 3 bedrooms, 4 beds and 1 bath

Red Brick Inn

Website: Red Brick Inn

Entire apartment in a 1919 red brick historical home. Sleeps 7 guests, 3 bedrooms, 5 beds and 1 bath

B&B Rental

Website: B&B Rental

Charming two bedroom one bathroom home in Panguitch. Home sleep 4.

Panguitch Tiny House

Newly remodeled home in Panguitch, room for 6 guests, 2 bedrooms and 1 bath.

Henrie’s Hideout

Address: 154 N. Main St.

Phone: 435-616-2355


Email: [email protected]

Henrie’s Hideout is located just behind Henrie’s Drive Inn on 166 North Main Street in Panguitch. Newly remodeled. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, and TV area. It has a queen bed in the bedroom, 1 queen hide-a-bed, and sleeps 8. There is a fenced in backyard with a swing-set for kids to play on.

Wonder Inn Outback #1, #2 & #3

Website: #1, #2 or #3

Cozy brand new nightly or weekly rental located in the heart of Panguitch near Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks. Stair accessible only, continental breakfast family friendly with two queen beds. A fun rustic getaway perfect for solo travelers, couples, families, and friends. We serve a Continental Breakfast and offer a cozy setting with TV, Wi-Fi, and more.

Panguitch Red Brick Home-Upper and Lower

Website: Upper Home and Lower Home

Enjoy this classic Panguitch red brick home. This home on the upper level has two bedrooms, a master with a queen and second bedroom with a twin. The lower home has two bedrooms and two baths.

The Pink Polka Dott

This is a charming apartment on the Main Street of a quaint little town called Panguitch. This apartment has a fully equipped kitchen and three separate bedrooms for a family of six. Outside courtyard, parking, and a barbecue area. Bikes available for cruising around town.

Foothill Farms

Website: Foothill Farms

Great home away from home to unwind with spacious mountain views on a 1.5-acre lot which is home to 4 horses. Snuggle next to a fire in the evening or take your morning coffee on the back porch and enjoy the mountains. Foothill Farms vacation rental has the perfect blend of the country and convenience. Perfectly located near parks and within walking distance to shopping and restaurants. Within 40 minutes to two national parks and dozens of lakes, this is a bucket list destination.

Apple Tree Vacation Home

“Welcome Home” to the Apple Tree Vacation Home. It is a comfortable 4 bedroom home good for couples, business travelers, families with kids, and big groups. WIFI and cable. Full kitchen. 2 living areas with flat screen TV’s. Flat screen TV in master bedroom. Baby items include a porta crib, jumper, playpen. Large yard with room for tents and activities. BBQ grill and fire pit. Extra parking. 2 blocks to the center of town with all amenities. Can access ATV trails directly from the house.

Christena’s Place

Beautiful red brick historic home located in the heart of Panguitch! Christena’s Place is updated and modern, but still maintains the charm and originality of its’ 1918 beginnings. Within walking distance of restaurants and shopping. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families.

The Lazy Ass Ranch, The Guest House

The Lazy Ass Ranch is conveniently located 2 miles north of Panguitch. It’s 30 miles from Bryce Canyon and 65 miles from Zion National Park My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids) and large groups. It’s quiet and secluded, just a great place to crash for a while. 1200 sq. ft. 2 bedroom cabin that sleeps 5. It has a fully stocked kitchen. BBQ, fire pit, covered patio, and private parking.
Gary’s Hideout is a 750 square foot studio apartment with two queen size beds. Located two miles north of Panguitch at The Lazy Ass Ranch. Gary’s Hideout includes Wi-Fi, Satellite TV, refrigerator, microwave. BBQ and your own private entrance.

Aspen Grove

Website: Aspen Grove

Aspen Grove sleeps 8 in beds max 10 guests. Enjoy a cozy, relaxing stay at The Aspen Grove home. Three bedrooms, one full bath, a fully equipped kitchen, living room with Apple TV/local channels and comfort in every room. This private home is perfect


Website: Unwind

Unwind offers comfort combined with personality! decorated in a 60`s theme, you will be whisked back to another era. Up to 4 guests can enjoy this cute little cottage at a ridiculously affordable price. What are you waiting for? An overdue vacation.

Panguitch Escape

Website: Panguitch Escape

This home has been recently remodeled and beautifully decorated. Located on the south side of town it is closer to Panguitch Lake (about 17 miles away).

Casa Azul

Website: Casa Azul

Enjoy a cozy, relaxing stay. Three bedrooms, two full baths, a fully equipped kitchen, living room with Direct TV and comfort in every room. This cozy cottage is perfect for family or group getaways.

Big Fish Family Restaurant

Address: 608 S. Main St.

Phone: 435-676-8999

Open all year, offering specialty burgers, signature wings, fish and chips, veggie burgers and a salad bar. 

C-Stop Pizza and Deli

Address: 561 E Center

Phone: 435-676-8366

Open all year (closed Sundays). (Summer hours: 10:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.) (Winter hours: Mon. – Thurs., 11:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.; Fri. and Sat., 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.). Serving pizzas, sub sandwiches, dinner salads, some fried foods, and beverages. Seating for 42 people inside and 12 people outside. Large groups, please call ahead.

Cowboy’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Q

Address: 95 N Main, Panguitch, Utah

Phone: 435-676-8030

Website: Cowboy Smokehouse

Email: [email protected]

Seasonal (March 15 – October 15). Serving lunch and dinner (11:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.) Appetizers, entree salads, steaks, bar-b-que, cobbler, beer. Children’s menu available. Seating for 70 people. Groups, please call ahead. Group discounts available. * Entertainment on weekends * Live Music featuring old cowboy songs and tunes Friday and Saturday Nights 7-10 P.M., and most weekdays during the summer. Music provided for scheduled groups.

Desert Grill

Address: 580 N Main

Phone: 435-676-8008

Serving smoked brisket and pork. 

Henrie’s Drive-In

Address: 154 N Main

Phone: 435-676-2731

Seasonal (March 1 – October 31) (Spring and Summer hours: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.) (Fall: 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.) Dinner specials, chubby burgers, hamburger, burritos, corn dogs, cold and hot ham and cheese sandwiches, french fries, chicken, malts, shakes, sundaes, cones, etc. Seating for 22 inside and picnic area outside with seating for 42. Groups please call ahead.

Kenny Ray’s

Address: 80 North Main Street, Panguitch UT

Phone: 435-676-8851


Open all year (closed on Sundays). Hours 6:30 AM – 10:00 PM. Family Diner, serving breakfast lunch and dinner. Fresh soup and salad bar daily. Seating for 49 people, buses welcome, banquet room available.

Reel Bites Cafe at the Panguitch Gem Theater

Address: 105 North Main Street

Phone: 435-676-2221

Open Sunday-Monday

Offering burgers, wings, sandwiches, and a full breakfast. 

Ramblers Cafe

Address: 47 N Main Panguitch

Phone: 435-676-2214

Open 6:30am – 9:30pm

Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Historic building, fresh food.
Sandwiches, Soups, Espresso, Baked Goods & More

The Tandoori Taqueria

Address: 5 North Main Street, Panguitch, Utah 84759

Phone: 435-962-9395

Email: [email protected]


The Tandoori Taqueria in Panguitch, Utah, is surprising local residents and world travelers with its unique blend of Indian delicacies served over traditional rice or wrapped up like a taco on soft Naan oven-baked bread. The owners are local residents who have a passion for food and good company.


Address: 595 N Main

Phone: 435-676-8899

Open all year (Summer: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.) (Winter: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.). Hot and cold sandwiches, soup (seasonal), chips, cookies and drinks. Yogurtland also on site. Seating for 35 people. Groups please call ahead.

Wanderlust Cowgirl Coffee

Address: 575 E Center Street

Phone: 801-592-2252


Two locations in Panguitch.  Drive up location at 575 East Center Street, other location at 68 North Main Street in the Cowboy Store. Cowboy store hours are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m at the drive up hours are 6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.   Enjoy coffee, espresso, a variety of hot and cold drinks, smoothies, sweet and savory Kolaches, cinnamon rolls, orange rolls, muffins, and Lotus energy. The Cowboy Store location has hand-scooped ice cream and the drive up location offers lunch wraps.  


General Information

Panguitch lies in the heart of Bryce Canyon Country, immersed in history, scenery, and boundless outdoor recreation opportunities. Known as ‘The Center of Scenic Utah,’ Panguitch is surrounded by Dixie National Forest to the east and west and is located just 26 miles northwest of Bryce Canyon National Park. At an elevation of 6,700 feet, Panguitch’s verdant spring, mild summer climate, brilliant fall colors, and snowy winters make it pleasant to hike, mountain bike, ATV ride, snowmobile, cross country ski, horseback ride, fish and more. A stroll through the Panguitch Historic District, placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, reveals charming red brick buildings, plus unique shops, restaurants and a museum. In a place like Panguitch you simply won’t run out of things to do.


Mormon pioneers settled the area in 1864. They adopted the name Panguitch, meaning ‘big fish,’ from the Paiute Indian word for the large fish they caught in nearby Panguitch Lake. Following a bitter fall when crops froze before the harvest, the new settlement faced starvation. Seven volunteers braved the harsh mountains in search of flour to keep the town’s residents from starving, laying down a path of quilts to keep from falling in the snow. Today the annual Quilt Walk Festival commemorates this courageous journey. Panguitch was abandoned in 1866 during the Black Hawk Indian War but determined pioneers resettled the town in 1871.

Things to do in Panguitch

  • Historic District: Tithing Office/Bishops Storehouse, Social Hall, The Old Firehouse, Carnegie Library and more. 
  • Triple C Arena/Canyon Country Complex: A state of the art event center at the northern end of town hosting rodeos, concerts, equestrian competitions, and sporting events.
  • Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum: Information about early pioneers and lifestyle.
  • Rent an ATV/UTV and enjoy the incredible ATV trails accessible in Panguitch. 
  • Shopping, art gallery, and museum in the Historic District.

Area Attractions

  • Panguitch Lake, 18 miles southwest on Scenic Highway 143, with great trout fishing, boating, hiking, horseback riding, and cross country skiing.
  • Scenic Byway 12, located just seven miles south of Panguitch, at the intersection of Highway 89.
  • Bryce Canyon National Park, 20 minutes southeast via Scenic Byway 12.
  • Paunsaugunt Western Wildlife Museum, located near Bryce Canyon entrance.
  • Paunsaugunt Plateau, home to the 5,000-year old Bristle Cone Pines, some of the oldest trees in the world. Rolling meadows give way to dramatic limestone cliffs and panoramic vistas.
  • Casto Canyon, the former outlaw hideout, with its red sandstone hoodoos.
  • Tropic Reservoir, a high-elevation lake (7,835 feet) 25 miles southeast of Panguitch.
  • Red Canyon
  • Kodachrome Basin State Park
  • Dixie National Forest
  • Cedar Breaks National Monument
  • Zion National Park
  • Capitol Reef National park
  • Lake Powell/Glen Canyon Recreation Area
  • Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument

Annual Events

Panguitch holds a variety of fun and exciting festivals throughout the year, including the Quilt Walk Festival and the spectacular Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally, both held in June. Other annual festivals include A Taste of Panguitch and the Big Fish Fiddlers Festival in July; the Desperado Duel Bicycle Rally in August; and the Little Britches Rodeo in September.

Lodging, Dining & Amenities

To enjoy all the fun you’ll need a great place to stay, and Panguitch has more than a dozen hotels, a bed and breakfast, and several campgrounds to accommodate travelers. A handful of restaurants and fast food eateries provide a variety of dining options. And as the Garfield county seat, Panguitch offers convenient services including groceries, auto care, hardware stores, churches, a library, a post office, a bank, and a hospital.