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Mayfield Town Cabins
Dear Cabin Guests,
Welcome to a unique, primitive camping experience. This letter includes some basic
information that should be helpful to you. Please observe additional signs that you find posted in the cabin. You will find the cabin about 13 miles East of Mayfield in the Manti-LaSal National Forest on a lovely little meadow near a spring. It's beyond Clear Creek Flats.
|four double beds||shelves|
|four double bunks with mattresses||pots and pans|
|two tables||plates, bowls, and utensils|
|benches||hot pot holders|
|cook stove||broom and vacuum|
$70.00 (plus tax) per night
$25.00 (plus tax) per night
$40.00 (plus tax) per night
$15.00 for snowmobile sleds
To make a reservation, call 528-5061
There is a kitchen sink and wash basin with tested and approved water from July to September. Water is shut for the remainder of the year. An electric line comes inside from a cement pad behind the cabin where you may attach a generator. The Town no longer supplies a generator for the cabin.
Please provide your own:
|candles or generator||bedding||Firewood (Coal)|
|hand and dish towels||soap||Garbage bags|
|Flashlight||Saw or ax|
The cost to rent the Mayfield Town Cabin is $70.00 per night for the large cabin and $95.00 per night for the large and small cabin (large cabin must be rented in order to rent the small cabin).
The cabin books quickly for the summer, so please pay in full at least 14 days in advance. Please contact Catherine Bartholomew for payment options (see information below).
We ask you to please take all perishable food and garbage away with you when you leave.
We invite summertime uses, especially those who also plan on making winter visits, to voluntarily cut and stack enough firewood under the porch to accommodate the winter use. A permit is not required for cutting wood to be burned at the cabin.
We hope everyone will cooperate in keeping the area nice and clean. Please report back any suggestions, unusual circumstances, repairs needed, payments, etc. to: Catherine Bartholomew, P. O. Box 541, Mayfield, Utah 84643 (435) 528-7031 or (435) 528- 5061.
We hope you have a very enjoyable time!
Mayfield Town Council