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Cabin has rustic charm and some homey touches. Its very clean and very basic. Cabin has two sets of towels so if you need more you have to ask. Nice toiletries. The shower worked well and water pressure was great. Very small bathroom with little...More
We booked a 3 night stay at Blue Springs Lodge as a base to visit Bryce Canyon and other nearby parks. Panguitch Lake is 18 past Panguitch so a bit of a drive but well worth it. THE CABINS - are absolutely adorable and cozy....More
We booked a cabin here last minute and we loved it. We were well taken care of by Austin from the start of booking our stay, during, and after when my husband received a call to ask how our stay was. The cabin was very...More
We were looking for a quick get away for the kids to be in nature and to see some beautiful wildlife. It was end of March and every place we called near panguitch lake was closed. No return calls or messages from anyone! Until a...More
Kayla, Austin, and crew were very helpful and sweet. We enjoyed the layout of the cabin and found our neighbors just lovely. Such a homey feel with such nice people.
Would definitely recommend to anyone.
Blue Springs Lodge is conveniently located on National Scenic Byway 143, at Panguitch Lake, Utah, near Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks, and just thirteen miles from Cedar Breaks National Monument. The real Log Cabin experience can be yours. Our spotlessly cleaned cabins are fully furnished, with kitchenettes, master bedroom, bathroom, open loft with two queens, living room, outside barbeques, picnic area, fire pit. Sightseeing, fishing, biking, ATV trail riding, winter skiing Brianhead, ice fishing...
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Sorry, I was just sent this question for a response. The directions to Panguitch Lake and Blue Springs Lodge from Salt Lake are very simple. You take I-15 south from Salt Lake City, to the first exit for the town of Parowan... More
Sorry, I was just sent this question for a response. The directions to Panguitch Lake and Blue Springs Lodge from Salt Lake are very simple. You take I-15 south from Salt Lake City, to the first exit for the town of Parowan. Drive into the center of town, to where the National Scenic Byway 143 signs head east and then south out of town, then up the Parowan Canyon toward Brianhead. After Brianhead, you will pass the first turnout in Cedar Breaks National Monument, and only about one mile past it, there is a left-hand turn you make, to continue on National Scenic Byway 143. Follow Byway 143, for about 11 miles until you arrive at Panguitch Lake. As you come into the Lake area, you will pass Forest Service Campgrounds on both sides of the road, and immediately after passing them, Blue Springs Lodge will be the next property on the left, or north side of 143.