Walk in and pitch your tent among our pinon pines and cedar trees next to Dixie National Forest, BLM and Forest Service, in the Southern Utah area, for great sunrise and sunset views near several National and State Parks. There is much to do in the area so come prepared to do it all and stay a day or two. The sites are private and most are raw at this time. Follow the sig
Walk in and pitch your tent among our pinon pines and cedar trees next to Dixie National Forest, BLM and Forest Service, in the Southern Utah area, for great sunrise and sunset views near several National and State Parks. There is much to do in the area so come prepared to do it all and stay a day or two. The sites are private and most are raw at this time. Follow the signs.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
If you bring your bike, there are many trails to ride, some are rocky.
Panguitch lake has boat rentals there and fishing.
There is fishing at Panguitch Lake.
There are many hiking trails around Ravens Nest.
At Panguitch Lake
If you have an OTV you can use it there or there are many trails to ride. There are rentals in town 10 miles away.
There are places to climb onsite or in the National parks also.
There is skiing just west of Panguitch at Brian Head Ski Resort, in winter.
We have Elk, White Tail deer, Antelope, Jack Rabbits, Cotton Tail, Chipmunks, Squirrels, Many birds are in the area, Golden or ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Ravens Nest Utah in Utah.
Lots of Sage Brush and Pine and Pinon Trees
We have 93 Acres with BLM on 2 sides N. and W. private on S. side and to the East Forest Service.
Panguitch Lake used for boating and fishing.
River, stream or creek
Yes some good for fishing, need to obtain a license.
The vibe at Ravens Nest Utah
Places to see near Ravens Nest Utah
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Expensive land, great for solitude.
When we arrived at Raven's Nest the first thing we noticed was how expensive it is! As a field scout, I've seen a few sites - this may be the biggest I've ever seen. They have a large amount of land, but it's also surrounded by undeveloped land for many miles!
The provided firewood was a great bonus, privacy was exceptional. We arrived in a blizzard, but despite that you could tell that the valley and surrounding mountains were very scenic.
All around, if you're looking to be alone and a fan of mostly primitive camping, I highly recommend!
William and Sally were kind and helpful! They met us and showed us right up to the site and explained their rules and gave us some tips for where we could go and what fun things we could do. The site was very isolated and easy to get to, beautiful (especially at sunset) and comfortable.
Great private hideaway! Surrounded by beautiful landscape. Sally and William greeted us when we arrived and showed us the layout making sure we were set. If you enjoy a remote stay I highly recommend this.