These Floating Cabins In Utah Are The Ultimate Place To Stay Overnight This Summer

Wondering just what to do in Flaming Gorge, Utah? You’ll find that this incredible destination offers something for everyone, particularly if you enjoy peaceful days on the beach. If you’re looking for a place to stay overnight, consider a floating cabin – they’re comfortable, clean and right on the water! Check out these Flaming Gorge vacation rentals that are the ultimate place to stay overnight this summer.

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Do the floating homes move?

Searching for Utah vacation rentals? You can’t go wrong with a stay in these floating cabins on the Flaming Gorge Reservoir. While houseboats can often move, most floating cabins are permanently or semi-permanently moored. Both are fantastic options for vacationing, as there truly is nothing quite like staying right on the water. Additionally, there’s nothing quite like vacationing here in Utah. The state is absolutely splendid, and you cannot go wrong with a Flaming Gorge getaway.

How much does it cost to rent a houseboat?

As splendid and extravagant as a Flaming Gorge Reservoir cottage rental may sound, you might be surprised to learn that their houseboats and floating cabins (and elsewhere, for that matter) are surprisingly affordable, especially for a group. A two night stay in the Lucerne Valley floating cabins runs at around $370, though a houseboat rental is offered for stays that span three nights or longer. A three night stay in the smaller boat will cost you around $1,260 during the summer season, though up to six people can be accommodated.

What do I need to bring to spend the night on a houseboat?

During your stay in the houseboat or floating cabin, you’ll want to bring along anything that you might take to a beachfront vacation. Sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, towels, swimwear, and other beachgoing supplies are absolutely essential. For a stay in Lucerne Valley, Utah vacation rentals you’ll doubtlessly want to bring along additional supplies like groceries, bedding and pillows, and outdoor accessories like binoculars and a compass to account for beachfront adventure.