A Rustic Resortin the heart of utah's color country
Pinewoods Resort Utah
Surrounded by a beautiful forest and expansive mountain meadows, Pinewoods Resort is located in the heart of Southern Utah’s spectacular “Color Country.” Utah’s “Color Country” includes Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Brian Head Ski Resort, and Dixie National Forest.
For Our Guests
Situated just behind the grill, The Lodge has six two-bedroom condo suites, complete with a kitchen and living room.
At the south end of the property, Bryce’s buildings offer eight two-level suites with small kitchens for those looking to stay awhile.
Just behind the pool house, the Dixie Inn offers more traditional hotel rooms for the economical traveler.
Bring the entire family, a lively group, even a reunion, as we offer three homes four bedroom and above!
Enjoy mouth-watering hand pattied burgers, wood-fired pizzas & southern comfort food served in a cozy rustic environment among the towering pine trees of the Dixie National Forest in Duck Creek Village, Utah.
EXPLORE SOUTHERN UTAH
ZION NATIONAL PARK
DISTANCE: 49 MILES
This year-round park is one of America’s five most visited with over 4 million visitors annually. Zion is also one of the most awesome geological wonders with 1,500 ft high sheer sandstone cliffs in a narrow canyon cut by the virgin river. From soaring heights to the enchanted narrows, Zion is a bucket list for everyone.
Park Info: 435-772-3256
BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK
DISTANCE: 42 MILES
Bryce is otherworldly. The fascinating red sandstone Hoodoos will take you to another world. At Bryce, you will not only find the world-famous basin of Hoodoos with arches, and even toadstools, but 37,000 acres of high desert to explore by foot or horseback. This park is also open year-round and is a wonder to see in winter when the hoodoos wear caps of snow.
Park Info: 435-834-5322
DIXIE NATIONAL FOREST
Covering over 170 miles across southern Utah
Dixie National Forest is a perfect playground for
the adventurous traveler. Experience the most spectacular colored cliffs of Red Canyon and enjoy a cool walk under giant ponderosa pines all in one day!
Park Info: 435-865-3700