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Bullion Creekside Cabin & RV park

Bullion Creekside Cabin & RV park

Bullion Creekside Cabin and RV Park is located in Marysvale, Utah. The property has one cabin and three RV sites available for reservation. The cabin has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and can lodge ten people. The property's grounds include a creek and playground available to all guests who stay there. Many of the visitors to the area go there to ride on one of the many ATV trails of the Paiute ATV Trail, some of which are directly off of the property. The owners of the cabin, Bryan and Ana Maria, are knowledgeable about the area and will assist guests in deciding what trails they should ride during their stay. The area is also known for its varied history and the many people who have lived there, from the Paiute Indian Tribe to abandoned gold mines that visitors can explore.


Located in a forested area beneath the Tushar Mountains of southern Utah is the Bullion Creekside Cabin and RV Park. The whole property is on eight acres of land that guests are free to explore while they are there. Much of the grounds outside are maintained by the owners, including flower gardens containing a variety of native flowers and plants to the region, a ring trail around the premises, and a creek with spots that guests can fish at. The main log cabin is large and towards the front of the property. The three RV sites offered are a short distance away from the cabin.

The inside of the cabin takes many cues from the area, with decorations and artwork that display the animals and landscape surrounding the cabin. Wrapping around the house are also two decks that offer views of the mountains and forests and provide a perch to observe native wildlife as they pass through the property. The cabin has three bedrooms, the Santa Fe, the Westerner, and the Bunkhouse rooms. The Santa Fe serves as the cabin’s master bedroom with a queen-size bed, rattan furniture, walk-in closet, and a sofa chair that can be expanded into a single bed if needed. The Westerner room is the smallest of the three rooms, with a queen-sized bed, walnut-armoire, and a double closet for guests. The Bunkhouse is the largest bedroom with the ability to sleep up to four people with a single over double bunk bed and an additional sofa chair that can become a single bed. The cabin also has a full kitchen, Wi-Fi, and area maps to help guests plan their activities each day.

The three RV sites on the property all offer full hook-ups, and all include a table, fire pit, and access to the meadow, creek, and playground on the premises. There is extra parking space available for those who bring additional vehicles or have equipment trailers. Two of the sites allow for visitors’ RVs to pull through, whereas the other site requires the RV to be backed into the space.  For guests who are staying at the cabin and are in need of additional space for extra occupants, the RV spaces can be rented out to expand the capacity. Tenting is also allowed on the property on an as-needed basis.

Both those who stay in the cabin and those who stay in an RV at one of the sites are free to roam the property as they please. All visitors have access to the creek, meadow, forested areas, and playground on the premises. Guests can also view some of the native wildlife that often travel through the grounds, such as deer, chipmunks, and birds. Some people who stay at the park spend a portion of their time bird watching and viewing the eighty bird species that can be found around the Marysvale area.


Bryan and Ana Maria Burrell, the property’s owners, have said that running the cabin and RV park doesn’t feel like a job to them. Bryan loves being able to interact with the people who stay with them and enjoys becoming friends with the guests over the course of their stay. Both Bryan and Ana Maria will join guests for a campfire where they will share stories and invite guests to play card games with them in their personal cabin. Many of the previous visitors who have stayed at the Bullion Creekside Cabin & RV Park would bring ATVs to ride on the Paiute ATV Trail, a part of which is connected to trails that run from the park. Bryan and Ana Maria have ridden the trail many times and can help guests plan their rides for the day. They can make recommendations of trail routes to ride and will adjust based on the skill level of the guests.

Four miles west of the cabin there is an abandoned mining town that is another attraction to the area. While there, visitors can learn more about the mining history of the area and can view some of the original buildings that existed when the town was still in operation. The road leading up to the mining town is not paved, which could make it difficult to access by those who do not have an ATV or a car with four-wheel drive. Past the mining town, a short distance are two waterfalls people can visit: Bullion Falls and Cascade Falls. Both falls are ATV accessible as the trail to them is both a hiking trail and a portion of the Paiute ATV trail.

In the town of Marysvale, guests can find a few small shops they can explore. For those looking for dining options near the property, Bryan recommends they go to Tomatoes Pizza Pie in the middle of town. The restaurant primarily serves New York-style pizza and most of the other foods associated with pizza restaurants, such as salads, chicken wings, and cheese bread. He also recommends Big Rock Grill and Smokehouse, a restaurant that is five miles north of Marysvale that serves a variety of smoked meats, sandwiches, and other entrées. Every year Marysvale hosts an ATV Jamboree festival that takes place in the summertime that draws many people to the area for ATV riding and other activities.

Many visitors have left reviews of the cabin and RV park. Frequently they mention the quiet that the removed location provides, the close proximity to the Paiute ATV Trail, and the hospitality of Bryan and Ana Maria. One guest commented, “Off the beaten track a little but quite private. Roads to access all the ATV trails are nearby. The RV spots are large and level pull-throughs. The owner has extensive knowledge about what trails to see first and local favorites.”


The property on which the Bullion Creekside Cabin and RV Park is now located was originally bought and developed by Bryan and Ana Maria. The Burrells moved to the area after they retired because they wanted to live in the wilderness and because they enjoyed riding their ATVs on the nearby trails. They bought the property in 1997 and built a cabin for themselves that serves as both their residence and the main office. Bryan and Ana Maria designed and constructed the main cabin themselves and specifically wanted it to face the mountains, which differed from other houses in Marysvale at the time, which faced the street. The cabin and the accompanying RV spaces were established in 2005 and continued to be operated by Bryan and Ana Maria.

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3305 Bullion Canyon Road
Marysvale, Utah 84750
United States


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