|Property type||mobile home|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom. Beautifully remodeled and upgraded floor and bath, flat screen TV , Direct TV. Fully Stocked Kitchen, everything you need to cook your own meals.Bedroom are furnished with nice linens, comfortable beds, Master has a queen bed Flat screen TV, Guest Bedrooms one furnished with a desk and Double Bed, second guest bedroom has a sturdy bunkbed. Well equipped porch; BBQ and chairs, table with umbrella, Big shade trees. Lots of outdoor Space to entertain. Perfect for outfitting or vacationing. Not crowded, open park. Walking distance from town. 3 day minimum, $125 a night, or $700 a week.
Surrounding Bluff are canyons and mesa-tops to explore. These areas are easy day hikes from roads just outside of town and offer more rock art panels, ruins and just great views of amazing desert landscape.One of Bluff's most popular spots is the BLM Sand Island Camping Area. It is the put-in for the famous San Juan River trips in the region. Even if not taking off on a river trip, be sure to stop to see some of the most exciting examples of rock art. From ancient times many cultures have left their mark and told their stories on the painted walls along the San Juan corridor. Just behind the Coffee Shop across the street is a great trail, just about a mile in you will see up on the cliff line a beautiful example of horse art. There is even a rock that has fallen from the cliff that you will find.
Mountain bike enthusiasts will find a pleasant diversion from slickrock trails here in bluff. There are many dirt roads taking off just outside of town that lead to wonderful views, interesting archaeology and just great rides.
Only 25 miles north of Bluff are the Abajo Mountains, offering a cool break for the summer visitor and even backcountry skiing in the winter. The 10,000 feet of elevation showcases lakes for fishing and easy access
by paved and unpaved roads for spectacular vistas and shady picnics.
For yet another great adventure find your way to the Grand Gulch Primitive Area. From Mexican Hat on State Route 26 you will find The Kane Gulch Ranger Station where you can secure a permit for $8.00 per person. This affords an opportunity to see Ancestral Puebloan cliff ruins and rock art in a natural setting. Ancestral Puebloans lived here between 800 and 2,000 years ago in permanent homes made of stone, wood and mud. Dwellings may have been built on the ground, dug into the ground, or built in protected are such as under overhangs and high in the cliffs. Every where you look up you will see examples of the survival skills these ancient peoples possessed.
Other areas of interest nearby Bluff, Utah include: Butler Wash Ruins overlook, Mule Canyon Ruins, spectacular hiking opportunities and just a great adventure what ever direction you choose for the day.
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|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Refundable Damage Deposit||C$273.3|
The house is expected to be left in a reasonable order, garbage removed, and dishes rinsed. Lightly swept, and we'll do the rest. Maximum Vehicles in Driveway (2) . Maximum Occupancy 6 persons.
Additional charge of $25.00 per person per night will be charged for abuse of this policy
Cancellation Policy:: We require a 10 day cancellation notice for full refund. on advance bookings.