Utah County, UT, USA

Utah County, UT, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 181 vacation rentals near Utah County. From 75 houses to 39 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Utah County for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

From fresh air to fine art, you'll find it in Utah County

If your travel crew is looking for the perfect mix of culture and adventure, a Utah County vacation rental might just be the perfect thing. Extending south from Salt Lake City, the picturesque county is dominated by scenic Utah Lake and the bustling city of Provo. Utah County was officially created in 1850, and has been drawing visitors from both near and far ever since. From world-class museums to stunning nature, there's something for everyone in this laid-back playground. Whether you're hiking to waterfalls or catching your dinner, Utah County is the perfect cure for the stress of daily life.

Come sun or snow, the fish are always biting

Expect fresh air galore at your Utah County vacation rental. Anglers will be in heaven any time of year, with lake and fly fishing in the summer, and ice fishing on tap in the winter. Utah Lake is a mecca for watersports, including waterskiing, boating, and swimming (switch out the skis for skates when the temps drop). Head to Manti-La Sal National Forest for prime hiking, road racing, and ATV trails. In winter, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing dominate. If all that's not enough, the hang gliding, dinosaur hunting, seasonal festivals, and rodeos are sure to keep you busy.

From prehistoric caves to contemporary art

Natural wonders abound in Utah County. Take a tour of Timpanogos Cave National Monument, or explore the multiple petroglyph sites in Ashley National Forest. An invigorating hike to Bridal Veil Falls will reward you with amazing views of a double cataract waterfall tumbling 607 feet to the pools below. Art buffs have plenty of options to choose from, including the Utah County Art Gallery in Provo, the Springville Museum of Art, and the BYU Museum of Art. While you're on campus, be sure to stop by the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum.

There's a season to suit every taste in Utah County

You have your pick of seasons with a Utah County vacation rental. Expect to see plenty of snow between November and April, particularly from December to February when the low temps drop below freezing. Summers are toasty, with highs in the 80s from June to September, and well into the 90s in July and August, so pack the sunscreen. Things are a bit cooler in the mountains than down in town, so you might want layers. The fall foliage is Instagram-worthy, particularly in October and November.

Mountains, and valleys, and lakes, oh my!

Sprawling Utah Valley lies at the center of the county, with the towering peaks of the Wasatch Range rising to the east. Much of the real estate is taken up by Utah Lake, which over 200 species of birds call home. The lake is the county's "low" point, at almost 5,000 feet above sea level, while the highest point is Mount Nebo, sitting at almost 12,000 feet. The Ashley National Forest is full of lakes, rivers, and waterfalls, along with plenty of deer. Cougars and moose have also been known to make an appearance.