If the walls could talk they'd fill a book with the adventure, glamour, and romance of movie-making history. Set in the middle of the small, scenic city of Kanab, Utah, Parry Lodge harbors memories of visits by John Wayne, Glen Ford, Charlton Heston, Barbara Stanwyck, Ava Gardner, and many other film legends. This picturesque, white lodge in the middle of the rugged Colorado Plateau has been an oasis for stars and tourists since 1929 - and the tradition lives on. You can be a part of it by planning to stay at Parry Lodge during your next visit to southern Utah's Color Country.
The classic dining room at Parry Lodge is "the dining room of the stars." For a good, old fashioned breakfast the restaurant has just the right touch of luxury and hominess.
Parry Lodge offers 89 modern units to accommodate our guests year-round. Some of the units carry name plates over the doors of the rooms where movie and TV stars stayed. One will find the units exceptionally clean and the decor in good taste.
Nearby gift shops and curios offer a wide variety of items for loved ones and friends. Make your selection from a variety of authentic Native American jewelry, handmade items, original drawings and paintings, colorful t-shirts, children's gifts, handsome collector's books of the area, and much more.
Our guests will enjoy the pleasant friendly atmosphere, delicious home-style cooking, and quaint picturesque setting that have made Parry Lodge the best place to stay while visiting the scenic Southwest.