Zion National Park Glamping
Zion National Park, The Southwest, United States of America
At a Glance
An exceptional location surrounded by the desert landscape of Zion National Park in Utah
Embark on a breath-taking private helicopter tour of Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon
Admire the sparkling night sky from the comfort of your own bed by staying in one of the Stargazer tents
Surround yourself in the great outdoors with a stay in a luxury canvas tent
- Head to the lookout deck for an incredible vinyasa yoga experience you will never forget
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Zion has a desert climate moderated by altitude, with cool to cold winters and warm to hot summers, and plenty of sunshine year-round. Spring and Fall enjoy mild days and cool nights whilst the summer months from June to August provide hot days and pleasant evenings. Winter is marked by crisp days and cold evenings, with the occasional light snow fall.
Please note the Zion Glamping opening and closing dates vary from year to year. Please speak to one of our specialists to find out when you can travel.
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Moments from Zion National Park, sits an exceptional glamping site offering luxurious accommodation and adventurous activities. Admire spectacular views and experience the finest glamping tents amidst prickly cacti and dusty red rock canyons.
Wake up surrounded by Utah's vast desert landscape, with nothing but the sound of gentle wind and the scurrying of rock squirrels.
You will begin the day with a leisurely breakfast as the sun rises behind the canyons before heading out into the National Park for a day of action-packed adventure. Horse-riding amongst the cactus gardens and biking across the exposed rim trails and red rock terrain are just a few of our favorite activities here. There's plenty to do for all ages, making this glamping experience memorable for the whole family. Embark on rock climbing on the vertical walls of Zion, take a hike to meandering rivers and crashing waterfalls or even rent a couple of ATVs or kayaks. If all that talk of activity makes your heart skip a beat, head out on a jeep safari tour with a guide who will show you the paths less traveled and take you to viewpoints for incredible panoramas. Or, if you wanted to take your vacation to new heights, we can organize a helicopter aerial flight where you can see southern Utah in the most immense way possible.
It really is all about the adventure in Zion National Park, and it is truly wonderful to be able to escape to your cosy canvas cabin in the evenings where you can relax, unwind and ponder over the day's activities. In the evening, enjoy a delicious home-cooked dinner under the stars around the campfire. Cosy up with a blanket and share tales of your adventures with others, or retreat to your tent for a restful night's sleep.
Accommodation consists of luxury canvas safari-style tents, perfect for a family getaway. Most have beautiful ensuite bathrooms including a hot shower, flushing toilet and sink as well as a private decking area where you can enjoy the rolling desert views and soak up the sunshine. Each tent has been completed to an exceptionally high standard, using the most luxurious linens and rustic chic furnishings so there is no compromise on comfort.
The Deluxe tent has a private ensuite bathroom including a hot shower, sink and flushing toilet. There is also a wood stove that keeps the tent warm at night as well as a private deck area from which you can admire the night stars.
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The Deluxe tent has a private ensuite bathroom including a hot shower, sink and flushing toilet. There is also a wood stove that keeps the tent warm at night as well as a private deck area from which you can admire the night stars. There is a tipi next door which allows your children to camp out right next to you.
The Stargazer tent makes for a wonderfully romantic experience as it has its own viewing window above the bed, so you can enjoy the night sky from the comfort of your duvet. There is also an ensuite bathroom with a hot shower, sink and flushing toilet. A wood stove keeps the tent warm at night and there is also a private deck so you can admire the incredible desert scenery.
The Suite has a private ensuite bathroom including a hot shower, sink and flushing toilet. There is also a wood stove that keeps the tent warm at night as well as a private deck area from which you can admire the night stars. In comparison to the Deluxe tents, the Suites have are more spacious.
|Suite with Adjacent Tipi||
The Suite has a private ensuite bathroom including a hot shower, sink and flushing toilet. There is also a wood stove that keeps the tent warm at night as well as a private deck area from which you can admire the night stars. In comparison to the Deluxe tents, the Suites have are more spacious. There is a tipi next door which allows your children to camp out right next to you.
Families who love adventure and the great outdoors will love everything this incredible camp has to offer. Guests can explore the rugged backcountry of Zion National Park on an Outback Safari or Mesa Vista Safari where you will head off in search of wildlife, breath-taking panoramic views and rainbow colored rock formations. Fancy something a little more active? No problem, go canyoneering, mountain biking, rock climbing or horse-back riding. You can even rent ATVs or kayaks and head off to explore the landscape on your own.
For the tamer individual, outdoor Vinyasa yoga is a fantastic way to awaken your own strength and energy. Massages can also be arranged in the privacy of your own tent, or outdoors surrounded by nature. To top it all off, no trip to Zion National Park would be complete without an aerial flight high above the mountainous peaks and vast red rock canyons. Soar high above otherwise inaccessible terrain and take in the awe-inspiring views you will simply never forget.
Bryony Butler (Staff)
After following the GPS, I though that I'd taken a wrong turn and happened across a settlement of native Americans but I was mistaken; this unassuming patch amongst giant red rock canyons and mesas was Zion National Park glamping. Although the thought of camping wasn't initially my idea of luxury travel, the deluxe tents were equipped with a hot running shower, a flushing toilet, an ultra-comfy king bed, a toasty wood burning fire and even USB ports to keep my phone and camera topped up - a definite luxury in the middle of the wilderness.
Antelope Canyon Tour
Just 15 minutes from Page lies the mesmerizing Antelope Canyon. One of just a handful of "slot" canyons, its colors and contours have been photographed for years. This 90 minute shared tour takes you into the canyon to experience it for yourself.
Self guided hike through the Narrows of the Virgin River
Zion is a place of towering sandstone cliffs, narrow slot canyons, spectacular arches and waterfalls. Hike the 'narrows' of the Virgin River to navigate towering canyons. Springdale outfitters provide warm and cold weather gear for navigating the river.
Seven Parks in Seven Days by Private Jet
Visit seven of America's most iconic National Parks in your own private jet and soar above the dusty mesa's of Moab, deep canyons of Zion and the lush landscapes of Yellowstone and Glacier National Park, with nights spent in luxurious canvas tents.