Although Sundance is known for its film festivals, you don’t have to be in a film to feel like you’re in a movie when traveling its region. The ski resort is home to more than 5,000 acres of mountain ranges, setting the perfect conditions for winter snowboarding and summer hiking. Make sure to stop by Bridal Veil Falls, home to a 607-foot double waterfall that will leave you speechless. For kayaking and swimming activities, you can’t go wrong with Emerald Lake. Situated near the Wasatch Range, the lake features teal-colored waters surrounded by lush alpines. Start your adventure in Sundance by staying in one of these cabins below. Whether you’re a quirky or traditional camper, you’ll certainly find a home in this list.