|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
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We know how hard it is to find accommodations for large family groups. 'A Zion Reunion -- South' was conceived to solve that problem. When extended family gets together, space and variety of activities are key.
The Pair of Houses on the SOUTH side of the street can sleep 30. Add to that, the two adjacent homes just across the street (the North Pair) and you can sleep up to 60 people. UP TO FOUR houses are available. All right next door to each other. Two of the homes are adjacent on the SOUTH side of Pebble Beach Dr. and right across the Street, the other two home are adjacent to each other. Rent two, three, or all four -- depending on the size of your group. Sleep 30, 46 or 61 people.
At 'A REALLY BIG Zion Reunion' we have what your group needs from young to old.
The Resort offers a large swimming pool, huge hot tub, golf course, play areas, sports court, club house and more. Within 30 miles you have Zion National Park, Snow Canyon, Tuacahn theater, Sand Hollow State Park and Reservoir, Quail Creek, Gooseberry Mesa, and more.
The four homes are across the street and adjacent to each other and can be accessed from the adjoined patios in the back of the homes, or from the neighboring front doors or garage entrances.
Owned by two families who have been friends for years. We have vacationed together and share a love for outdoor activities. Having our rental properties next door was the only right answer.
Elsie Rackham purchased this house in 2014
It can hold up to 30 people and Location, location location. On the road to Zion National Park puts our home exactly where we want to be. Year-round activities with warm days and cool evenings. The ability to float and fish, hike and bike, explore canyons and trails and then soak in the outdoor hot tubs or jacuzzi tubs inside... perfect.
I know I want to vacation in Southern Utah, and I've heard good things about Coral Ridge Resort.... so why stay at 'A Zion Reunion?' Great question.
Laura and I have traveled and rented homes in beautiful places enough times to know that some rentals feel like hotels. Sterile, bland, soul-less places where you sleep and forget that you ever stayed there. On the other hand, some rentals are so 'home-y' and filled with the owners personal life, that it feels like they might be hiding in the hallway wondering why you are staying in 'their' home.
We want our guests at A Zion Reunion to feel so comfortable in our homes that it feels like theirs. We organized the spaces so that the kids would have kids space. The grown ups would have grown up spaces. Spaces for quick check-ins with the office or business, and quiet spaces for a good book. It won't appeal to everyone (which explains why I've never seen a dune buggy in a hotel room before) but for those that it does connect with, we want you to LOVE IT.
Check out the photos. And come to Zion for your family gathering.
We rented 2 side-by-side townhomes for Christmas time. Most things were pleasing, but there were a few things that were disappointing.
•clean upon arrival
•nice hot tub
•plenty of parking
•not very well stocked (we often had to borrow from one house to supply the other--paper towels, garbage bags, etc)
•dangerous bar stools (the white bar stools tipped over frequently)
•broken thermostat--up stairs only. (The furnace would not turn off. We tried everything but it continued to heat the upstairs 87°. So we finally flipped the multi-breaker switch to turn it off. We called the owner and left a voicemail. He called back a few hours later. He called a repairman. The repairman was rather rude and told us all we had to do is turn the thermostat off or down. We explained that we had tried that. He turned it way down and left. As soon as he drove away, it came back on. We just controlled it with the multi-breaker switch. The owner never called us again to see if it had been resolved.)
The houses were beautiful and the location perfect. Everything we needed was included and easy to find.
We had a wonderful time. The homes were beautiful, inviting and very well stocked. They had all the needs and wants for our stay in Saint George. They were close to Zion's, the Saint George temple and all other sites on our list. The codes we easy to use. Working with Scott was great. He always answered you minutes after a question was asked. The only drawback was that there is only one bedroom on the downstairs(something we missed when we booked). We were a party of 8 couples ages 60-90. The stairs presented a problem for some of us. We only went up to sleep as the stairs are straight up no landing to break up the steps. This is just something to think about if you are working with an older group. We will be using this site and homes again. Thanks for all you did to make out stay Wonderful.
The property is easy to access, a great location, clean, and comfortably houses a lot of people! We love staying here and come back annually!
These two homes next door to each other were both lovely and well equipped. There were plenty of beds and plenty of room for our family of 34. The clubhouse is just around the corner with two large heated pools and two good sized jacuzzis. We've had family reunions in St. George three times. These homes were our favorite accommodations.
Scott was great to work with. Our families, 30 in all, fit nicely in the adjoining homes. Plenty of beds, space to do what you wanted, and quiet spots. Kitchens were well stocked. We would do it again. There are not lots of places for large groups.
Zion National Park is just up the road.
Sand Hollow and Quail Creek parks and lakes are less than 10 miles away.
Canyoneering capitol of the world with Zion, The Subway, The Narrows, Yankee Doodle and dozens more all nearby.
World Class mountain biking at Gooseberry Mesa, Bearclaw Poppy, and other trails.
There are so many family activities in the St George Utah and Zion National Park areas! Whether it’s playing in our great city parks, riding a bike on the numerous trails, visiting a discovery museum, or climbing around in the red cliffs, there are things to do for everyone. Check out the list of things to do in St. George below!
The St. George area, because of its temperate climate, is one of Utah’s most popular travel destinations. Mild & sunny winters make it ideal for year round golf, and it offers a ton of popular attractions and activities including: Zion National Park, Snow Canyon State Park, Sand Hollow State Park, Quail Creek State Park, and Gunlock State Park.
Zion National Park, one of Utah’s most popular national parks, and one of our “Must See’s.” It offers tremendous scenery and great opportunity for adventures including scenic tours, hiking, zipline, and canyoneering. Snow Canyon State Park and the Johnson Farm Dinosaur Museum.
|Cleaning Fee||$250 + Tax|
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
If you cancel within 60 days you will get a full refund. If you cancel with less than 60 days before your expected arrival date we will refund you the money if we are able to rent the unit for the specified date for the same rate. We offer last minute deals.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.