Entrance is right on HWY 89, tucked up under towering ponderosa pines, Whispering Pines Properties presents a luxurious step back in time. Original Ranch house (Barrick's cabin) was built in 1960 Read more...
Entrance is right on HWY 89, tucked up under towering ponderosa pines, Whispering Pines Properties presents a luxurious step back in time. Original Ranch house (Barrick's cabin) was built in 1960 by Tom Haycock.
Whispering Pines/ A Modern Pioneer Glamp is located 35 min away from both Zion and Bryce Canyon.
Whether your Family is looking for the adventure of Zion National Park or the beauty of Bryce Canyon, you'll need a place to relax at the end of the day. Whispering Pines is easily accessed off 89, but built away from the beaten path, surrounded by some of Utah's most breathtaking scenery. Hiking, biking, and skiing are all within minutes of our convenient location.
This beautiful ranch house sits on 250 of the most breath taking acres. Yes, you came to visit the parks, but you will find your fondest memories coming from our property. Each wagon is oversized ( 24' x 12' ). 1 king bed and 1 or 2 bunk beds with its own private bathroom in the nearby bath house. New BBQ grill, picnic table, fire pit and hammock swings. Air conditioning and heat. Washer and Dryer.
Large grassy lawn and waterfalls add to this beautiful canyon.
(Fun History) 2016, Dr. Robert Barrick and Family of 6 kids left their 6000 sqft home on the golf course in Cedar City, and moved into this cabin while they renovated and added on rooms during the summer of 2016. At the time, it only had one bedroom and a loft. With a record breaking winter (Ave of 5 ft of snow) the Barricks grew close as a family and learned how to do hard things.
From their generator shed burning down leaving them with little power for over a month, to their daughter being harassed by a bear and courageously chasing it off the mountain. The Barricks had a year to remember. (Don't let the bear story scare you off. We haven't seen a bear in the canyon for 15 yrs. And it was miles from the cabin.)
As you sit and watch the deer peacefully graze out into the meadow, you can hear the wind whisper through the pines. Listen closely and you will hear Ol' Tom Haycock welcoming you to his cherished valley.