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Bryce Canyon is 20 minutes away.  The scenery between our home and Bryce Canyon is spectacular.  You will drive through Red Canyon.  We guaranty you will want to stop. 
The Sevier River is across the street in front of the home.  The Sevier River is a blue ribbon fly fishing river. Enjoy fishing, floating, or swimming.
The sunsets from the deck or out the front windows are awe inspiring.  The pink cliffs appear to glow.  And the colors of the valley are crisp and clear.  
The yard is large and open.  Your kids can run and play.  You can even set up a tents if you like.    
Horseback riding is a fabulous way to enjoy the area.  There are vendors who will guide you, or you can bring your own horses.  We have pasture land for grazing or a pen you can keep them in.
There are hundreds of mile of ATV trails out your front door.  The Great Western ATV Trail is accessible.  Red Canyon is a ride not to be missed.  There vendors to rent from or take a guided ride.  Or bring your own ATV.  There is lots of parking.
The quaint town of Hatch is located 24 miles southwest of Bryce Canyon National Park on US-89. The first town site, originally called Aaron or Asay, was established in 1872 near the mouth of Asay Creek. When flooding forced the community’s founding families to move they joined others settled along the Sevier River and created Hatchtown. After more severe flooding and the breaking of the reservoir, the town was again moved to its present site and named Hatch after one of its founding members. Hatch was incorporated in 1934, and currently has a population of 130 people.