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A Guide to Glamping in Zion

When glamping near Zion National Park, you’ll have easy access to the slot canyons and sandstone cliffs of this scenic desert in southwestern Utah.

We’ve compiled a list of the best glamping accommodations near Zion including covered wagons, comfortable bungalows and cozy tents.

Check out these 5 best glamping experiences so you’re ready for your next trip to Zion. 

What Makes Glamping in Zion Unique?

Glamping in Zion is unique because there are so many beautiful luxury sites to choose from, each with breathtaking views.

When you’re ready to crash after hiking Angels Landing and The Narrows, relax at one of these glamping retreats near Zion’s sprawling red rock landscape.

The Best Glamping Experiences in Zion

Zion Glamping Adventures, a campground located in the southernmost region of Utah, offers a variety of tents as well as an artificial rock cabin.

Rates for a standard glamping tent located near a communal area with barbecue grills, yard games and hammocks start at $150 per night.

If you’d prefer to stay in a bell tent without power, air conditioning or a heater, there is a “dry” tent with one queen bed available for $175 per night. 

The deluxe single queen glamping tent costs $275 per night for two adults and one child and includes one queen bed, air conditioning and a heater.

Outside, the site has a picnic table, chairs, firepit and a charcoal grill.

The campground’s rock cabin, which has one queen bed, a private bathroom, heater and jacuzzi, costs $800 per night. A complimentary breakfast is also provided. 

Zion Wildflower Resort, with its grills, pool, spa and luxury bathhouses, is a top-tier glamping option.

You can relax with a game of cornhole, go stargazing or soak in one of the resort’s luxury bathhouses.

Seasonal activities include movie nights and live music, which take place on peak weekends throughout the year. 

The resort has a variety of glamping accommodations.

You can stay in a canvas tent, which includes a private deck, or sprawl out in a Grand Mesa tent, which comes with a microwave and a fridge.

Another option is the bungalow, which has a king bed and mini-fridge.

Families and groups should check out the resort’s covered wagons, each of which comes with a king bed, bunk beds and a sitting area and sleeps 4-6 people. 

The large Shooting Star bungalow is available for $179 per night while the spacious Grand Mesa King canvas tent costs $230 per night.

You can also reserve the Showy Covered Wagon in the summer for $235 per night. AAA and AARP members receive a 15% discount while military and first responders receive a 10% discount.

Proof of membership is required to redeem discounts at check-in.

Visit Zion Wildflower’s website for more information about lodging options at the resort. 

This secluded glamping retreat just under an hour away from Zion is found outside Kanab, Utah. Basecamp 37° features five off-the-grid safari style tents, each of which includes memory foam luxury beds, linens and towels.

The Josey Wales tent costs $190 per night and includes a king size bed, propane heaters and electric mattress pads, while the four other tents each cost $195 per night. 

Each tent comes with a solar battery and a small private propane fire pit. The campground also has a communal kitchen with shared refrigerators and a place to store dry goods in the guest lodge.

Just 7 miles from the eastern entrance to Zion National Park, the Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort has several attractive glamping options.

Stay in a tent with a queen bed and three stackable twin beds, with a swimming pool, tennis courts and basketball courts nearby.

You can also choose a deluxe tent which includes a lounge area, charcoal barbecue, fire pit and picnic table. The glamping tent costs $89 per night while the deluxe version is priced at $224 per night. 

If you would prefer to stay in Old West-style accommodations, check out the resort’s Conestoga Wagons, which are modeled after pioneer wagons from the 1800s.

Each wagon sleeps six people and includes one king, two twin beds and one bunk bed.

These wagons have heaters, electricity and outlets, as well as WiFi access.

A Conestoga Wagon costs $199 per night and requires a two-night minimum stay. 

At Under Canvas Zion, enjoy easy access to Zion National Park as well as luxury glamping amenities.

Enjoy on-site dining for all of your meals; in the evenings, head to the campground’s firepit to have some s’mores. Under Canvas Zion also offers kids’ activities, live music and morning yoga.

The tents themselves have ensuite bathrooms with hot showers and indoor wood-burning stoves. 

There are several glamping options to choose from at Under Canvas Zion.

The Deluxe tent, with one king-size bed and bath, costs $292 per night while the Deluxe with Kids tent, which includes a king-size bed, bath and two twin beds, costs $359 per night.

The Stargazer tent costs $342 per night and includes a king-size bed and night-sky viewing window and the Suite tent costs $412 per night and comes with a bed, private bathroom and separate sofa. 

The most expensive option is the Angels Landing Suite, which costs $792 per night.

This tent’s private deck, four beds and two bathrooms make it perfect for families or large groups.

Check the Under Canvas website for more information about pricing, booking and availability. 

The Bottom Line: Glamping in Zion

These are the best glamping options near Zion.

Check out the choices on this list to decide whether you’d like to stay in a cabin, safari tent, bungalow or pioneer wagon.

Whichever one you choose will be the perfect home base as you explore all the beauty of Zion National Park.  


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