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Park City may be a resort town, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay at crowded hotels like everyone else. For those who value their peace and quiet, booking a cabin is the best way to experience the idyllic mountain retreat.
There’s something special about staying in a cabin that makes for a memorable vacation. Whether you’re an adventurous couple, family, or group of friends, cabin stays usually end up being “that trip” that you talk about for years to come.
Often enveloped by lush forest and always delivering beautiful views, cabins offer a level of peace, privacy, and seclusion that you’ll rarely find at resorts and hotels.
Thanks to vacation rental sites like Vrbo and Airbnb, it’s easier than ever to book a cabin. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway, weeklong vacation, or extended holiday, there are plenty of homeowners out there who are excited to rent out their cabin for a few days, a week, or even months at a time.
To help you narrow down the best mountain retreats, we’ve put together a list of our favorite cabins for rent in Park City. Covering everything from quaint family-of-four log cabins to sprawling modern chalets, there’s a cabin here for every group size and budget.
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1. Coalville Cabin
Why you should stay: A rustic cabin with sweeping mountain views, a well-appointed interior, and a propane fire pit on the deck.
- Sleeps: 6
- Minimum stay: 3 nights
- Rates from: $169/night
You’ll find this scenic and semi-secluded cabin in Coalville, about 20 minutes north of downtown Park City. There’s plenty of room for six guests with three bedrooms and three queen beds — perfect for trios of adventurous couples.
The property affords spectacular views of the Uinta Mountains and surrounding wilderness. You can appreciate the scenery from inside the great room, but you’ll find the best mountain vistas when you’re sipping your morning coffee on the deck.
Inside the cabin there’s a fully equipped kitchen, game room, and wood-burning stove for maximum warmth. When you’re ready for some fresh air, light up the propane fire pit on the deck and enjoy an ice-cold beer from the local Wasatch Brewery as you watch the sunset.Check Availability
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2. Sunnyside Chalet
Why you should stay: An entertainer’s dream home situated near the heart of Park City, boasting opulent accommodations and striking decor.
- Sleeps: 22
- Minimum stay: 3-8 nights
- Rates from: $1,950/night
You’ll often have to head to the city limits to find a large-capacity cabin in Park City — but not with the Sunnyside Chalet. This gorgeous ski chalet is conveniently located in town between Park City Mountain and Deer Valley, offering quick access to both resorts and an even shorter trip to Historic Main Street.
The gargantuan Sunnyside Chalet can accommodate up to 22 guests with a whopping 7,500 square feet of living space and seven bedrooms. The property boasts an extensive list of enviable amenities, including:
- A game room with billiards, shuffle board, and foosball tables
- A home theater with seating for 20
- A full bar and wine cellar
- An indoor play fort for the kids
- A large hot tub, steam room, and dry sauna
All of the bedrooms feature a unique theme with eye-catching decor, and five of them feature ensuite bathrooms for optimal privacy. When you’re ready to cook up a banquet for your guests, you’ll have access to a professional-grade kitchen with extensive chef prep supplies.Check Availability
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3. Silver Star Cottage
Why you should stay: An upscale slopeside cottage that pairs the best amenities of Park City Mountain Resort with the benefits of a large private cabin.
- Sleeps: 16
- Minimum stay: 3 nights
- Rates from: $709/night
This spacious mountainside cottage is conveniently situated in the ski-in / ski-out community of Silver Star at Park City. The cottage delivers the best of both worlds, offering the privacy of a cabin with all the amenities of the Park City Mountain Resort. That includes access to the ski locker, fitness center, heated outdoor pool, on-site staff, and of course, easy access to the nearby ski lifts.
The extended list of amenities doesn’t stop there. Guests will enjoy a gourmet kitchen with modern appliances, a gorgeous gas fireplace, a wet bar in the den, a heated two-car garage, and a private hot tub.
With four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,000 square feet of living space, the Silver Star Cottage is perfect for big groups and large families.
If you find that the Silver Star Cottage is booked out, don’t be dismayed — there are several other cabins available for rent in the Silver Star at Park City community. Check on Vrbo and you’ll even find a few five-bedroom and six-bedroom cabins that can accommodate larger groups.Check Availability
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4. Renovated Historic Cabin
Why you should stay: Bring the extended family for a stay in a restored and upgraded pioneer cabin.
- Sleeps: 12
- Minimum stay: 3 nights
- Rates from: $370/night
Located on the banks of a bubbling creek, this restored pioneer cabin is a great spot if you don’t mind being a little farther out in Kamas (25 miles away from Park City). Tucked away in a forested canyon, you’ll feel a world away from the city.
While this home is “historic”, it’s been fully modernized to the point of high luxury — you’ll even find a covered hot tub out back. With 4.5 bathrooms — plus an additional one attached to the apartment above the garage — this place is well equipped to handle a big group. While the indoor spaces are fantastic, the outdoors is even more incredible, with mountain and countryside views from the back porch — the property even borders a working ranch.Check Availability
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5. The Tandi Cabin
Why you should stay: A rustic log cabin with handcrafted furniture, luxury amenities, and ample accommodations for extended family gatherings.
- Sleeps: 28-35
- Minimum stay: 2-6 nights
- Rates from: $695/night
Another popular choice for groups and family reunions, the Tandi Cabin can accommodate 28 to 35 guests with 4,400 square feet of space and six bedrooms. The sprawling log cabin provides ample entertainment options, including a pool table, ping pong table, foosball table, arcade game, home theater, hot tub, and outdoor playground.
The Tandi Cabin blends rustic cabin decor with modern amenities, mixing rich pine architecture and handcrafted furniture with a fully equipped kitchen, luxury bathrooms, cozy leather couches, and gorgeous stone fireplaces. Linens and towels are provided, and you’ll sleep wonderfully with the comfortable mattresses and bedding.
The Tandi Cabin requires 4WD or AWD from late fall to early spring, so plan accordingly with your vehicle. Feel free to bring your snowmobiles, ATVs, and mountain bikes!Check Availability — Vrbo
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6. Charming Cabin Retreat
Why you should stay: A stunning Summit Park cabin with stellar views and tons of amenities near world-class hiking, snowshoeing, & cross-country skiing.
- Sleeps: 11
- Minimum stay: 3 nights
- Rates from: $339/night
This charming modern cabin in Summit Park is a great choice for adventurous groups or large families. The interior offers 2,500 feet of living space, featuring amenities like a wood-burning stove, upgraded kitchen, and HD TVs throughout.
With 20-foot tall vaulted ceilings and 3-stories worth of view windows, this cabin offers amazing views of the Wasatch Mountains. And it’s only a 2-minute walk to the nearby Summit Park Trailhead where your group can tackle some amazingly convenient hikes in the summer and fall or snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in winter.Check Availability — Vrbo
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7. Trapper Cabin At Promontory Ranch
Why you should stay: A rustic yet refined luxury cabin in a private community with exciting resort-style amenities.
- Sleeps: 7
- Minimum stay: 3-4 nights
- Rates from: $600/night
The Trapper Cabin at Promontory Ranch exudes rustic elegance from the moment you drive into the elite gated community.
Great property. Besides being spotlessly clean and incredibly well equipped, this home has a thoughtful and well designed floor plan that accommodated our family’s needs.
For an additional fee, guests at the Trapper Cabin can enjoy access to the Promontory Club’s resort-style amenities. That includes the championship golf course, Tubing Hill, fitness classes, luxury spa, pool, tennis courts, soccer field, Outfitter Cabin, and complimentary shuttles to the ski resorts.
After a full day of exploring everything Promontory Ranch has to offer, the Trapper Cabin provides everything you need to feel right at home. The cabin is an entertainer’s dream, featuring upscale Viking appliances, a spacious great room with a stone fireplace and 4k HD TV, an expansive deck, and a loft game room that’s perfect for the kids.
Don’t be dismayed if the Trapper Cabin is booked out — it’s not the only cabin rental at Promontory Ranch. Take a look on VRBO and you’ll find several more luxury cabins for rent in this exclusive neighborhood.Check Availability
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8. Historic-Modern Ski Cottage
Why you should stay here: A cozy downtown cottage with amazing decor and premium access to Historic Main Street.
- Sleeps: 4
- Minimum stay: 3-7 nights
- Rates from: $428/night
This historic cottage is conveniently located near downtown Park City, offering easy access to the ski lifts and in-town activities, all with gobs of rustic-modern flair. The 900 square-foot interior is indeed cozy, but perfect for families or couples comfortable with each other.
Outside there’s an awesome fire-pit and accompanying seating area in the front yard for enjoying cool mountain evenings mountain-modern decor — plus a small back patio with a table-for-two that’s the perfect summertime breakfast spot.
Inside, the mountain-modern decor is incredibly on-point, with plenty of rustic antique touches mixed with minimalist furniture. And of course the living room features a stone fireplace while the kitchen is compact but remarkably upgraded.Check Availability
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