Swaseys Cabin TH
Just of I-70 the head of Sinbad and Swasey’s cabin area invites camping, hiking, OHV trails and opportunities to explore. The elements have molded the buff-colored sandstone into pocketed watchtowers and other fanciful shapes. Members of the Swasey family first grazed livestock in the area in the late 1800’s. Today, visitors may see the log cabin that was built in 1921 at the Swasey’s cabin trailhead. Listed on the Utah State Register of Historic Sites, the cabin can be reached from I-70 then south on Ranch exit 131.