This newly remodeled cabin is located in Duck Creek Village, Utah, the Sundance Kid provides you with luxurious accommodations in a mountain setting. Whether you are searching for a weekend retreat for just you and your spouse, or a place to hold a family reunion or company retreat, the Sundance Kid will fit your needs.
Two separate living rooms(one on each level) both with flat screen TVs w/satellite both adults and children will be happy to have their own areas to hang out in. Spacious rooms and beautiful decks, you will have plenty of room to spread out in the cabin. There are beautiful views that can be taken in as you sti by the fireplace and take advantage of the large window that allow you perfect views of the meadow, breathtaking sunsets and star lit nights.
The cabin was recently renovated and offers all of the comforts of home including: large flat screen TVs with satellite service and DVD players, a full kitchen (with hardwood floors), gas BBQ grill, gas fireplace, large deck, and plenty of beds and couches to accommodate everyone in your group under one roof and sleep up to 14 people(in beds) with extra floor space!
Due to the location in a mountainous setting, the activities and local attractions vary depending on the season. In the winter, snowmobiling is extremely popular and connects you to hundreds of miles of trails. Brian Head ski resort is also about 40 minutes away. In the summer, ATVs and motorcycles become the preferred mode of transportation and unlock seemingly endless territory to explore. Regardless of the activity, the Sundance provides you with an inviting refuge to wind down in front of the fire in the winter or to watch the sunset while relaxing on the deck after a summer BBQ.
The cabin is especially popular with people who are looking to escape the busy city atmosphere and spend some time in the breathtaking national parks of southern Utah. Conveniently located just over 3 hours from Las Vegas and under 4 hours from Provo, Utah, the location puts you within an hour of Cedar Breaks Point, Zion National Park, and Bryce Canyon National Park.