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Vacation rentals in Cedar City
Organize your next vacation to the stunning destination of Cedar City. You will be able to find this city located in the Iron County in the state of Utah, United States of America. The city is situated about 250 miles away from Salt Lake City and around 170 miles from Las Vegas. The city is well known for being the home of the Southern Utah University, as well as multiple annual events like the Utah Shakespeare Festival and he Utah Summer Games. With a population of 28,857 inhabitants, this is the ideal place for you if you wish to stay in a middle size city while in Utah.Vacation rentals in Cedar City
There are plenty of gorgeous rental properties to choose from while visiting Cedar City. Whether you want to be located closer to the center of the city or in the midst of nature, Cedar City will be able to provide it all. Imagine waking up in the morning and having your breakfast in the local boutique just outside of your front door. Invite your friends over for a delicious barbeque in your garden. Cozy up by the fireplace and play board games with your friends during a cold winter night. These are some of the opportunities waiting for you with an accommodation in Cedar City.
Vacations in Cedar City
The area and getting around
The journey to Cedar City will be easy and convenient. If you wish to drive to your destination, the closest main road to Cedar City will be Interstate 15 which connects the city to other major cities in the region. This road is also taken by the regional buses that have routes to Cedar City. Lastly, if you wish to fly to your destination, the closest airports to Cedar City will be the St. George Regional Airport which provides commercial domestic flights.Where to eat in Cedar City
There are plenty of scrumptious choices for restaurants to try out while visiting Cedar City. If you are looking for a place to have breakfast, check out the All American Diner. Here you will be welcomed in a casual diner with a friendly staff and a menu complete with breakfast items such as waffles, pancakes, bacon and eggs. On the other hand, Bombay Café is the place to go for an exotic dinner. This restaurant will provide you a more elegant atmosphere and they focus on creating dishes from East Indian cuisine.
Travelers and activities
You will be able to experience the great outdoors of Cedar City in numerous ways while visiting the area. Whether it´s winter or summer, a trip to Brian Head will be worth it. In the winter time you will be able to find some amazing skiing slopes in this area, while in the spring and summer time Brian Head will provide you with hiking and mountain bike trails. Another great spot for a hike can be found in Cedar Breaks National Monument. The landscape is field with painted cliffs, over 150 species of wildflowers and plenty of nature trails with mesmerizing views.Family friendly activities in Cedar City
If you choose to make your trip to Cedar City with your family, try out these fun activities all together. Head on over to the Cedar Bowling Center during a rainy day in Cedar City. This establishment will provide you with a bar and grill with food, cosmic bowling, as well as air hockey tables and arcade machines. On the other hand, you can also spend an evening at Cinema 8. This local cinema plays the latest films in both digital 2D and 3D projections. You will also find special events happening occasionally in this establishment.
Did you know that Cedar City was settled in November of 1851 by Mormon pioneers sent to find iron ore?
Top 5 travel tips for Cedar City
Check out a theater festival. Cedar City is popular for their Shakespeare festival which happens yearly. You will be able to catch around eight plays such as Richard III, Comedy of Errors, Pirates of Penzance and Cymbeline.2. Parowan Gap Petroglyphs
Admire ancient paintings. This area was frequently traveled by the ancient Fremont Cultures and ancestors of the Hopi and Southern Paiute People during a certain, special, time of the year.3. Kolob Canyons
Go visit the canyons. Located in Zion National Park, you will find this six mile road filled with incredible scenery, as well as a two mile hike down the Timbercreek trail to visit the canyon up close.4. Bristlecone Pine Trail
Take a hike in Cedar City. On this nature trail you will be able to pass some of the oldest living pine trees in the world which date back 4,500 years.5. Frontier Homestead State Park Museum
Take a stroll through history. This museum will allow you to feel like you are back in the western times with horse drawn wagons and Native American camps.