Guesthouse

Far Out Expeditions has restored the historic home of famous local guide Zeke Johnson – who later became the first Superintendant of Natural Bridges National Monument – into the perfect home-away-from-home. It is the ideal place to stay for individuals, families, school groups or anyone who wants to feel at home in Bluff. For prices, please visit the rates page.

The historic Zeke Johnson cabin, now renovated to serve as the Far Out Expeditions guesthouse.

The historic Zeke Johnson cabin, now renovated to serve as the Far Out Expeditions guesthouse.

  • Two Bedrooms
  • Bunk Beds for 12 (6 beds/room)
  • Private Baths
  • Completely Equipped Kitchen
  • Cozy Living Room
  • Two Vast Porches
guesthouse-bedroom

One of the bunkhouse bedrooms.

Photo of the Far Out Expeditions Guesthouse kitchen.

Everything you need to cook an amazing desert meal and enjoy gathering around the food preparation fun.

Photo of Far Out Expeditions Living Room

Comfortable living spaces allow for relaxing down time, telling stories of your latest adventure.

Bill Lipe, PHD
Bill Lipe, PHD prominent southwest archaeologist
It ‘s fitting that the Far Out Bunkhouse was originally built by Zeke Johnson, the greatest canyon-country guide of the early twentieth century and that it was rebuilt and brought back to life by Vaughn, the best SE Utah guide of this generation. Vaughn you did a wonderful job of building and you and Marcia together chose furniture, colors and works of art that make the place a pleasant and welcoming retreat after a day out among the red rocks and p.j.”