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Tour Inside This Renovated Log Cabin On 9 Acres

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There is so much to love about this 1500 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom log cabin vacation rental located in Kamas, Utah, United States. The traditional log cabin can accommodate up to 6 guests comfortably in this home that has recently been renovated with modern farmhouse decor throughout, including a well-appointed kitchen which is the star of the show. Live edge acacia countertops and copper accents plus everything you need to prepare an exquisite meal and take in the incredible views afforded by the floor-to-vaulted ceiling windows. The log cabin has an open main bedroom design with an ensuite bathroom and jetted spa tub to encourage you to relax and unwind, while the separate main-floor bedroom and loft entertainment space with a convertible sofa means this property sleeps 6 comfortably.

During your vacation stay you can pour your favorite hot drink and relax by the fire on the supple chesterfield leather sofa, get lost in a puzzle on the custom-made live-edge table, or finish writing that last chapter of your book using the high-speed broadband internet connection. Purchase some locally made smoked Jerky and Cheeses at the nearby Samak Smokehouse and drive up the road for some kayaking on Mirror Lake or mountain biking on the many nearby trails. This log home is the perfect getaway for families and couples alike.

The quaint mountain town of Kamas, Utah is undeniably the gateway to Utah’s remarkable Uinta Mountain Range. Today the town defines itself by vast tracts of open space, access to recreation, and family friendliness. During your vacation stay in Kamas, Utah there is plenty to see and do whether you go to see a movie or local dining, including the Mirror Lake Diner, Gateway Grille, Hi-Mountain, Summit Inn Pizza, and the El Jalisciense, and get to know some of the friendly locals in the community. You will find a variety of local businesses to outfit your adventure or offer advice on great campsites or local adventures in the vast Uinta Mountains and the High Uintas Wilderness.

From there, until you venture off the road, it’s all scenic driving all the time on the 56-mile Mirror Lake Highway Scenic Byway. Between beautifully developed campgrounds and endless, rugged backcountry, you’ll find the perfect stop to park your RV or pitch your tent for a blissfully cool night with a view that is just flat-out away from it all.

With more than 450,000 acres of pristine wilderness that is buttressed by two national forests, including the spectacular Wasatch National Forest that lines the byway. Fish from your choice of hundreds of lakes and streams like the namesake Mirror Lake. From basecamp, take short strolls around cool lakes, jump on a horse or ATV, and if you’ve packed a little time and some wayfinding skills, climb Utah’s loftiest peaks. King’s Peak is Utah’s highest and mightiest, offering multiple approaches and thousands of feet of prominence for you to set your hiking boots. The area is surrounded by natural beauty everywhere you look.




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