Trails Resort & Tours
(Hwy 89 One Mile East of Kanab:
Sleep in an authentic Tipi, enjoy cook-outs and campfire programs.
Learn new skills, archery, tomahawk & spear throwing, sling shots, horseshoes,
crafts, games and dress up.
(6 miles north of Kanab)
Angel Canyon was home to ancient Indians for over 10,000
years until drought drove them away. Settlers arrived in the late 19th
century and, beginning in the 1930's the canyon became the site for scores
of movies and television series include the Lone Ranger. Today the canyon
is privately owned by the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary who offers tours.
(78 East Center Street: 435-644-2489)
(Located behind Denny's Wigwam)
Chuckwagon Cookouts, LLC offers much more than simply the
best Cowboy Grub in Southern Utah. After Lonnie serves up her chuckwagon,
finger lickin', Dutch oven dinner and cowboy coffee, then it's casting time.....lights,
camera, and action, for another episode of "How The West Was Lost".
(Main Street and 100 South)
This Victorian house is the former home of two early pioneers
in Kanab. Built in 1894, the Heritage House is on the National Register and
has been fully restored. Within its walls is a collection of relics and souvenirs,
not only of the people who lived there but also of their friends and neighbors.
One-hour tours from 9-5 during summer months. While you are there, pick up
a copy of the 55 minute Heritage House Walking Tour of five historic homes,
a turn-of-the-century hotel and an old general store.
(97 West Center Street: 435-644-8001)
The Rocking V Café, serves fine southwestern fare.
Our pastries are crafted from scratch on site.
Our site was opened a century ago as a general store and later became a bank.
The old, room-size safe still works. The Rafters Gallery Upstairs @
The Rocking V Cafe on the second floor, features the work of local artisans.
89 East Center Street: 1-800-748-4104)
This picturesque, white lodge in the middle of the rugged
Colorado Plateau has been an oasis for stars such as John Wayne, Glen Ford,
Charlton Heston, Barbara Stanwyck, Ava Gardner since 1929. Our restaurant
is renowned for its home cooked quality and our gift shop carries authentic
Indian jewelry, hand made items, original drawings and paintings.
(78 East Center Street: 1-435-644-2452)
Denny's Wigwam is one of the Southwest's most unique gift
shops and western wear stores. It offers the largest collection of Indian
jewelry in the Southwest along with Navajo rugs, Kachina dolls and handmade
Indian pottery. Don't miss our western town complete with a blacksmith
shop, old wagons, guns and all kinds of western stuff.
(5 and 1/2 miles north of Kanab:
P.O. Box 151, Kanab, Utah 84741
These dwellings are replicas of cliff dwellings inhabited
in Southern Utah about 900 BC. 200 feet into Moqui Cave you discover
an extensive collection of native American artifacts,
one of the finest fluorescent mineral displays in the USA, view the
largest gathering of dinosaur tracks in the Kanab area and shop at a
unique gift shop.
Old Barn Playhouse
(89 East Center Street: 1-800-748-4104)
The Old Barn Playhouse is the place to go in Kanab for fun
entertainment. Located on the properties of Parry Lodge, this unique theater
features live western melodrama. Cheer the hero, sigh for the heroin, and
boo the villain at the show. Built at the turn of the century, for years the
barn houses the horses of movie stars in town to film a Western.
(263 South 100 East: 435-644-8884)
Your heritage experience along the Utah Heritage Highway
can be even greater with quality heritage information and that's what you
get at this special shop. Whether you are looking for travel and hiking
guides, southwestern fiction, local heritage and history books, cowboy poetry,
or information on regional Native American art and culture, this is the place
for you. You can also buy the perfect outdoor gear to enjoy your heritage
adventure or enjoy a cup of expresso.
House Art Gallery
(99 East 100 North : 435-644-2744)
Rebecca Gaver painted the mural of local Indian petroglyphs
and pictographs on the Visitors Information Center building on Highway 89.
Her art is on display at Raven House. She and her husband live in this
historic home, the Willis Little house, built in 1905. Stop by or call
for an appointment if you prefer.
(310 South 100 East: 435-644-2700)
This little gift shop has all kinds of collectibles and
features limited edition Beth Cooper dolls. They also sell "Our Name
Is Mud" cocoa, brownie and muffin mixes as well as marvelous locally crafted
soaps and bath products.
(288 West Center: 435-644-2396)
We are the home of "nature's most beautiful paintings".
Millions of years in the making, Mother Nature brings you Kanab Wonderstone.
Beautiful gifts from Mother Nature!
(11 West Center: 435-644-3597)
So why are we recommending that you visit a T-shirt shop?
Co-owner Terry Cottrell turns t-shirts into fabric art creations and John
recreates the work of local photographers on t-shirts and gift items.
In addition, several local artisans display their work here including a small
collection of Kathy Waters' silverwork.
(Center of Town: 1-800-733-5263)
Performances by local artists every Wednesday night can
be enjoyed at 7:00 at the Gazebo in the center of town. Singers, cloggers,
bands, even the Symphony of the Canyons can be heard at the Wednesday Night
at the Gazebo performances.
(297 West Center: 435-644-5337)
Step back in time as you enjoy our Dutch oven dinners, hole-in-the-wall
saloon, frontier photography, gift shop, Western museum, movie sets and "dress
to kill" costume rental. Call for dinner reservations.
(Highway 89 east from Kanab to well marked, paved road to the left just short
of where the Grand Staircase -Escalante Monument begins: 1-800-733-5263)
This is a lovely canyon, but it's fame lies in having been
the set for Gunsmoke. Though located on private property, you can see the
set including Miss Kitty's Longbranch Saloon, Doc's office and the rest from
Post Trading Company
(91 West Center: 435-644-5239)
Come in and see our fine selection of Old Pawn Indian Jewelry.
We also have antiques, guns, gold jewelry and many unusual and one of a kind
items. Our building is one of the oldest buildings in Kanab. It was built
in 1892, by H.E. Bowman & Co and originally housed a general store.
Heritage expeditions! Learn of the challenges that Major
Powell, George Flavell, Julius Stone, and the Kolb brothers encountered on
their expeditions. Enjoy the mystery of the Honeymoon couple, Glen and Bessie
Hyde. Wonder about the early people who left behind split-twig figurines that
radiocarbon date 3,000 to 4,500 years ago.
(40 East Center: 435-644-5859)
Jacob Hamblin probably did more for peacefully bring together
the Western and Native American cultures than any man. Like Jacob, we
bring together the best of these cultures so you can take home something special.
Unique western foods, desert picture rocks, handmade Indian jewelry, country
handicrafts, Native American Pottery, felt and straw hats, southwest Tapes
(157 West Center: 435-644-2420)
Stop in and see our large selection of Navajo, Hope and
Zuni jewelry, pottery, sandstone and kachinas in addition to a wide variety
(30 East Center: 435-644-2444)
Our old Pioneer Homestead is a working Ranch and offers
you a cowboys experience as you stay in a modern cabin and rest each night
in the cool plateau breezes and fall asleep to the sound of the coyote's song
in the distance.
Street Gallery & Music
(10 East Center: 435-644-5230)
Featuring the incredible canyon photography of master photographer
Terry Alderman, our gallery also shows the work of many other area artists.
We carry harps and folk instruments and a unique variety of other gift items.
We are also a full service matte and frame shop.
We know there is a little bit of cowboy in all of us. So
saddle up with the rest of us for an unforgettable seven-day horse ride vacation
through some of the most beautiful and breathtaking landmarks in the world
including three national parks. Our cowboys have been guiding riders for years
and will lead you through the old trails used by cattle rustlers, Butch Cassidy,
The Sundance Kid, and Texas Ranger Elijah Moore.
(32 East Center: 435-644-8840)
In every heritage area along the Utah Heritage Highway,
we like to feature a long time, family-owned restaurant and Houston's Trails
End is our pick "Under the Rim". While you are waiting for the six gun
toting waitresses to bring your meal, decide which work of Western art displayed
along the wall you would like to buy. Houston's is also an information
center for the Red Rock Ride.
of the West
(24 East Center: 435-644-8840)
Gifts of the West is another of the fine gift shops along Kanab's
Center Street featuring gifts which reflect southern Utah's western heritage.
Don't miss their top notch selection of gifts hand crafted by Native American
artisans including Navajo fetishes, rings, bracelets, belt buckles, liquid
silver necklaces, bolos, pottery, kachinas, and dreamcatchers,
Garden Bed and Breakfast
(250 North 100 West: 644-5949)
This delightful B&B was originally a bought through Sears
Catalog in 1912, shipped from Chicago to Marysvale, Utah and brought to Kanab
by team and wagon. The kit including three bedrooms, living room, kitchen
and pantry cost $664. Now beautifully expanded to five bedrooms with
a lovely wrap around porch, this is a truly unique heritage experience.
(106 West 100 North: 435-644-5079)
Southern Utah heritage shouts from this white stucco, adobe
brick home. From polished hardwood floors, rocking chairs in a warm
sitting room, wood-burning stove and courthouse bench to oak slatted bed,
Briar Rose pattern quilt, curly maple rolltop desk and breakfast with home
grown raspberries, Nine Gables Inn is a true classic. Known as "The
House of Hospitality", dignitaries including Zane Grey, Buffalo Bill Cody
and Mormon prophet Heber C. Grant all slept here!.
Camera Trading Company
(19 West Center Street: 435-644-5981)
Master photographer Terry G. Alderman offers 1-day photo
workshops that take photographers to the lesser-known, lesser photographed
backcountry of N. Arizona and Southern Utah. Trips can be arranged on
a drop in basis. While you are in his shop, don't miss his unique camera museum.
(4820 E Vermillion Ave: 435-644-5228)
Antique Wood Swings - Gliders
(4675 E. Vermillion Ave: 435-644-5458)