Let’s just say you take a scenic one hour drive east of the Salt Lake City, Utah Airport on Interstate 80, through the steep cliffs of Parley’s Canyon in the Wasatch Mountain Range. Passing by Park City, Utah on your right side, you wonder where Highway 40, toward Vernal, might end up?
So you head southeast on Highway 40 for a couple of miles and you see this exit for this strange sounding town named Kamas. And you ask yourself, how in the world do you pronounce Kamas? So you take that road just to find out (it’s Kam’-us). And you unexpectedly find yourself in timber country and a sleepy high desert valley of the Uintah (U-in-tah’) Mountain Range. And your inner GPS tells you to go toward the cow town of Francis, Utah. And you feel it. Your discovery of Woodland, Utah is almost within your reach!
And let’s just say that you stop in at the Woodland Farmhouse Inn, hopefully because you’ve made reservations there, and you stay for a few days to explore this diverse area. And you love it just as much as we do. Let’s just say.
Woodland Farmhouse Inn, located within an hour’s drive of Salt Lake City, is quickly becoming a preferred destination for the Utah visitor. You will enjoy the private, quiet country solitude of this bed and breakfast nestled in the Upper Provo River Valley at the base of the breathtaking Uintah Mountains.
The Woodland Farmhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast is located in such a recreation hub that you’ll never lack for activities or entertainment. If you’re traveling to Park City, whether to attend a summer concert at Deer Valley or take a snowmobile day trip on the Uintah Mountain peaks (some of the best snowmobile terrain in the world), you’ll find the Woodland Farmhouse Inn to be a great alternative to a more-of-the same hotel room.
If you’re traveling from far away or simply driving from the SLC/Provo area, the Woodland Farmhouse Inn will soon become your new traditional mountain retreat hideaway.
Discover the Woodland Farmhouse Inn for your next Utah rural mountain valley visit. We look forward to meeting you. Be sure to book early, because you’ve just discovered one of Utah’s most beautiful, hospitable getaway locations.