The ideal place for exploring, Panguitch is a small town located in southwest Utah and it's home to a diverse range of terrain and backcountry landscapes. Its name comes from the Native American Paiute word meaning big fish- a name that is sure to come from the large populations of trout within the Panguitch area.
The newly remodeled Panguitch GEM Theater is Panguitch residents' go-to movie theater, offering a digital projector and Reel Bites Cafe -located in the lobby- to satisfy snack cravings. The various national parks in the area provide excellent locations for horseback riding and hiking. Guests can go fishing at Panguitch Lake and follow the fishing trip up with a camping trip at Panguitch North Lake Campground which offers guests private fire pits and scenic views of the Utah mountain ranges.
Eager guests can enjoy a memorable stay at one of Panguitch's many available vacation rentals. Panguitch offers a variety of different homes, some of which are large and have up to 3 bedrooms, and others that are quaint and feature only 1 bedroom or a studio. Each vacation rental offers something different, and with so many exquisite homes to choose from, there is a picture-perfect home for every one of the city's guests.
The best time to visit for warm weather and outdoor activities is from June to August. The period from December to March is ideal for winter activities.
The Annual Quilt Walk Festival is held each spring. Local quilt makers bring their quilted creations to display, while live performers put on a re-enactment of the Quilt Walk and local chefs serve traditional Panguitch pioneer food. The Panguitch Balloon Rally is another popular event. The event includes the launching of dozens of hot air balloons into the crystal clear night sky, creating a spectacular light show. Each year a New Year's Eve Party is held, offering party goers live entertainment, refreshments, dancing, and a countdown to midnight topped off with a spectacular firework show.
Shopping in Panguitch is always a hit with the families that pass through the community. Visitors can go shopping for unique antiques at Panguitch Mercantile, or for hand made home decor at Small Town Cozy. Both stores are located within Panguitch's historic district, which offers a variety of other great stores. In addition to shopping, many families opt to go ATVing with American ATV rentals, or skiing during the winter months when there is light, powdery snow and cool winter weather.
Browse places to stay from all the leading providers including Airbnb, VRBO, Glamping Hub and others at AllTheRooms.com. Panguitch has 590 hotels, vacation rentals and other unique places to stay, with prices to suit budget travelers, extravagant travelers and everything in between. If you are trying to save money, the cheapest place to stay in Panguitch comes in at $31.99 per night. In general, an accommodation in Panguitch will cost you $183 per night.
If you need to stay connected during your vacation, then you can choose from over 121 accommodations in Panguitch that have WiFi. 12 of our accommodations include a breakfast in the price. If you're planning on getting to Panguitch by car, be sure to choose from 112 accommodations that provide parking.
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