Zion National Park, Utah
The Historic Zion Lodge
- Full Virtual Tour of Zion Lodge. This free on-line Virtual Tour features over 65 photos, history, and extensive comments about the historic Zion Lodge complex.
- References/ Bibliography. Sources for additional information on the lodge for those who want to research even deeper than what is offered here.
The Main Lodge Building
This is a historic photo of the original Zion Lodge (built 1925) that burned down in 1966. Compare it to the recent photo of the new lodge below. Photo above is by J. Reed Jones, from the National Park Service Collection.
The Zion Lodge now. This new lodge building was hastily constructed in 1966.
Recent renovations have added much of the original lodge's exterior features to the new building.
This is the lobby of the new Zion Lodge.
More photos of the Zion Lodge.
The Red Rock Grill Restaurant at Zion Lodge.
For more photos of the lodge take the Zion Lodge Virtual Tour.
For a video of the wild turkey doing his courting dance: Wild Turkey Dance.
The Western Cabins:
The Western Cabins. There are duplex and fourplex cabin units. This is a duplex cabin, the photo at the top of this page is of a fourplex cabin.
This is the interior of one of the Western Cabins.
All of the cabins have gas fireplaces.
In addition to the historic cabins there are two modern hotel buildings at Zion Lodge. The rooms are what you would expect in a typical two-star rated establishment. Most rooms have two queen beds, a few rooms have a king bed.
Modern hotel buildings with interior hallways.
Typical hotel room interior. A few suites are also available.
Full Tour of Zion Lodge. Be sure to take a look at the full virtual tour of Zion Lodge. The Full Tour features over 65 photos, history, and extensive comments about the historic lodge complex.
Xanterra Parks & Resorts
6312 South Fiddlers Green Circle, Suite 600N
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111
Phone: Toll-free within the U.S. 888.29.PARKS (888.297.2757) or
Outside the U.S. 303.29.PARKS (303.297.2757)
Website: Zion Lodge Reservations
Unless noted, all photos above were taken on approximately April 16-18, 2007. Click on photo for a better quality image. Photos may have been digitally altered to enhance details and blur faces.
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