Places to Stay
Angel Canyon guest cottages
Nestled in the red cliffs of Angel Canyon, near the Best Friends Welcome Center, are eight guest cottages. Accommodating up to six people, each cottage has one bedroom containing two full-size beds, sitting room with sleeper sofa, kitchen, 3/4 bath (shower stall), and a balcony with a view of the horse pastures. Member rates start at $95 per night double occupancy for the low season, $10 per night for additional occupants. See additional cottage information.
Angel Canyon guest cabins
A smaller alternative to the cottages, the cabins accommodate one to two guests and are also conveniently located on Sanctuary property. Each has a studio setup with one queen-size bed, kitchenette and 3/4 bath (shower stall) Member rates start at $60 per night double occupancy for the low season. See additional cabin information.
Angel Canyon RV sites
Two fully-equipped RV sites offer a spectacular view. Both are complete with 50-amp electricity, water, septic tank, 35' concrete platforms, and an unobstructed sight line for satellite TV. There are no length limitations; however, the sites are not pull-through, so you must be able to back your RV into or out of the site. These sites do not have shower or restroom facilities. You cannot drive your RV around the Sanctuary, so you will need to bring a separate vehicle for transportation. Overnight RV parking is not allowed anywhere else on the Sanctuary grounds. Member rates start at $35 or $245 weekly. See additional RV information.
Please note, accommodations in Angel Canyon tend to book well in advance, so make a reservation early. For more information or to make a reservation, call (435) 644-2001, ext. 4826, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are additional lodging options, such as hotels/motels, RV parks and campgrounds, in the surrounding area. View lodging options. Make sure to mention if you're volunteering at Best Friends when making reservations, as many local accommodations offer discounts.
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