Parry Lodge ,

Parry Lodge, located in Kanab, UT, provides a truly unique and nostalgic getaway for guests due to the rich history that surrounds this remarkable location. Known as the Little Hollywood of Utah, Parry Lodge holds the exclusive designation of housing some of the biggest names in Old Western films, giving guests a first-hand look into the Golden Age of cinema.

Parry Lodge was founded in 1931, and served as a central hub for many actors and actresses who were on location filming in Utah. The area was a popular filming site due to its scenic backdrop and unique landscape, making appearances in Western classics such as Buffalo Bill (1944), The Outriders (1950) Pony Express (1953) and The Lone Ranger (1956). Witness historic lodging during your stay including rooms that were once occupied by the likes of John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and even former President Ronald Reagan. You’ll also be conveniently located to some of the most famous landmarks in southern Utah and northern Arizona, including Zion, Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon National Park offering numerous recreational activities.

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Southern Utah’s 13th Amazing Earthfest teams up with Parry Lodge in 2019 to offer it’s week-long series of award-winning documentary films in the Old Barn Playhouse with a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet supper prepared by Chef Mike Cooper at Parry Lodge…

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