The lodging options available at Zion Ponderosa are some of the most beautiful, comfortable, and luxurious lodging options available. Guests have the option to stay in a sprawling vacation home, a cozy cabin, or a rustic wagon. Whether guests are traveling with a large group or alone, Zion Ponderosa has the perfect place for them to rest and get ready for their next adventure.
The vacation homes at Zion Ponderosa vary in size and amenities, but they all provide guests with an unforgettable stay. There are smaller homes, like The Overlook and Sunrise and Sunset, which can accommodate up to eight guests comfortably. There is a mid-size home, called The Ranch House, which sleeps eighteen guests and has spacious common areas. Moose Lodge, the largest vacation home, boasts an impressive 4,500 square feet and sleeps up to thirty-four guests. No matter the group size, Zion Ponderosa has the perfect vacation rental home.
All vacation homes include different features and amenities, but each one comes with comfort beyond expectations. Included in each home is a full kitchen, common living room area, and useful outdoor area. Guests can grill out on the available barbecue and catch up with their group at one of the many facilities, which can be accessed by all guests of Zion Ponderosa. Staying in a vacation home at Zion Ponderosa will feel like a home away from home.
The cabins at Zion Ponderosa are the perfect way for guests to have a more rugged lodging experience but still enjoy basic creature comforts. There are Cabin Suites, which include a bedroom, bathroom, kitchenette, living area, and spacious outdoor area. These are perfect for a comfortable outdoor stay.
Alternatively, guests can stay in the Cowboy Cabins, which include a one room cabin with a place to sleep and small dining area. Both cabin choices provide the perfect place to stay and access to all of Zion Ponderosas great facilities.
A unique way to lodge, the Conestoga and Western Wagons at Zion Ponderosa are something guests will remember for a lifetime. The more spacious of the two, Conestoga Wagons sleep six guests with a king bed and two twin bunk beds. These wagons also have electricity.
The Western Wagons are slightly smaller and rugged than the Conestoga Wagon. They sleep four guests on one queen and two twins. The locking door provides extra security and guests have access to the facilities at Zion Ponderosa.