Frequently Asked Questions
Our Most Frequently Asked Questions... Answered!
Whether you are planning a wedding, a reception, workshop, or reunion, Wind Walker Homestead will have the elbow room and ‘quiet’ to have fun and be productive at the same time. Here is a list of questions and answers that we get asked often. If you have others, please give us a call, email, or use the form below. We look forward to seeing you soon.
What is the elevation of the property?
The entrance to the property sits at 6000 feet above sea level.
What is the temperature during the summer?
Typically around the upper 80’s and ’90s. Nights will cool down to the ’50s. Spring and Fall are very pleasant but have a jacket or sweater handy for the evening or around the campfire.
Can I build a fire by my unit?
Not individual fires but you can use the large firepit by the dining/rec hall. Keep small and water down with a hose when done. In dry summer months, a state or county fire restriction may be in place.
Can I bring my dog with me?
Yes, but please pick up after and don’t leave alone in the unit. $10/nite/pet fee.
Do you have coffee makers?
Each room has a coffee maker, microwave, and mini-fridge.
Are the Ranchettes and Studios non-smoking?
Yes, please only smoke outdoors on the front or back porches.
How far is Wind Walker from Salt Lake City?
About 1 hour, 40 minutes. 93 miles via I-15 and US 89
Is there wifi and what is the speed?
You bet! 50 Mbps throughout the property.
Do the rooms have TV’s
No. Only the Joseph studio in the main Lodge does.
Can we take a tour of the property?
Yes, give us a call or email to arrange a time.
What activities are there to do at Wind Walker Homestead?
The idea behind Wind Walker Homestead is to bring friends and family to do as much as you want or as little and just relax and decompress from the city life. We are adding additional activities each month, but as of summer 2021, we have the pool, ranch volleyball court, horseshoes, cornhole, firepit, and 170 acres to hike and explore. In addition to the on-site activities, there are off-site activities like Maple canyon climbing, fishing, biking, hiking, ATV trails up in the Manti LaSal National forest, golf, kayaking at Palisades state park, and much more.
Is there a pool on the property?
Yes, about 12,000 gallons and recently renovated.
Is the water on property drinkable?
Yes, we have 2 wells on the property that are about 300 feet deep and the water is pure and tastes great.
Do you have horses to ride?
A cowboy friend of ours keeps his 4 horses on the property that we can put you in touch with to arrange with him directly to take a trail ride.
How close are you to Snow College in Ephraim?
About 12 minutes.
Can I set up a tent and camp on the property?
We have several campsites that are close to the dining/rec hall bathroom and shower or you can dry camp in many others.
Would the property be good for youth camps?
Yes, we have hosted several boys and girls camps. The 8000 square foot lawn area, firepit that is next to the 2400 square foot dining/rec hall, and kitchen make this an ideal spot for youth camps in good or bad weather. The close-by Ranchettes that have full kitchens and bathrooms make a great retreat for the adult leaders after a day of being with energetic youth.
Do the Ranchettes and Studios have kitchens?
The 1000 square foot Ranchette units have kitchens, 3 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms, and sleep from 3 to 12.