Hunting, fishing, skiing, arc trails, boating , hiking also local restaurants mc Donald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King, Carl’s, subway, el bamby family restaurant , crazy cow restaurant
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Tin shed in Utah.
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Peaceful and quiet
I was able to get too see wild life on his property, like deer laying under a tree. Trying to keep cool from the sun. At night a red fox came through my camp site, my dog was barking kept me up now I I know why. Vinny showed me where to get water on his property. Very helpful.
Vinny and tin shed are wonderful!
Tin Shed is a wonderful oasis along I-15 and Vinny is a thoughtful and considerate host! He was so accommodating to my family and just very sweet. He knew that we had three young kids with us and assembled a picnic table in preparation for our arrival. The site is level, clean and has nice views. I highly recommend staying at this camp!
Easy access to i-15 and nice views
We were Vinny’s first guests and as you might expect he has some wrinkles to work out. The positives: close to I-15 suitable for through travelers, tons of space, access to meals on the way in or out, and mountain views in two directions.
The negatives: the place is well marked, but once through the gate, the camp sites are left up to you. Vinny has a working yard with lots of equipment. We orientated our van to look the other way and we had a pleasant sun set. Water is hard to find. We suggested he mark out spaces for putting your van and mark out the route to water.
Vinny is a nice guy and there’s a good chance you’ll meet him since he’s hard at work.