Glamping in Grand Canyon National Park

Glamping in Grand Canyon National Park

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Mobile home for 2 people, with yard in Grand Canyon National Park
Mobile home for 2 people, with yard
1 bedroom
9.9
(29 reviews)
from $74 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with terrace in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with terrace
1 bedroom
9.0
(2 reviews)
from $132 / nightFREE cancellation
Mobile home for 2 people, with yard and balcony in Grand Canyon National Park
Mobile home for 2 people, with yard and balcony
1 bedroom
10.0
(30 reviews)
from $78 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with pool and hot tub as well as balcony in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with pool and hot tub as well as balcony
1 bedroom
8.8
(5 reviews)
from $94 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with hot tub and terrace, with pets in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with hot tub and terrace, with pets
1 bedroom
9.8
(47 reviews)
from $84 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with balcony, with pets in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with balcony, with pets
1 bedroom
8.7
(3 reviews)
from $206 / nightFREE cancellation
Glamping for 2 people, with yard and balcony in Grand Canyon National Park
Glamping for 2 people, with yard and balcony
1 bedroom
10.0
from $126 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with balcony in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with balcony
1 bedroom
10.0
(3 reviews)
from $132 / nightFREE cancellation
Mobile home for 2 people, with terrace and yard in Grand Canyon National Park
Mobile home for 2 people, with terrace and yard
1 bedroom
10.0
(5 reviews)
from $112 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with balcony and yard in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 2 people, with balcony and yard
1 bedroom
9.6
(62 reviews)
from $90 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation house for 8 people, with terrace in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation house for 8 people, with terrace
4 bedrooms
8.6
(10 reviews)
from $169 / nightFREE cancellation
Glamping for 2 people, with yard in Grand Canyon National Park
Glamping for 2 people, with yard
1 bedroom
7.5
(8 reviews)
from $92 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation house for 3 people, with balcony in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation house for 3 people, with balcony
1 bedroom
8.7
(15 reviews)
from $168 / nightFREE cancellation
Mobile home for 2 people, with yard and terrace, with pets in Grand Canyon National Park
Mobile home for 2 people, with yard and terrace, with pets
1 bedroom
7.3
(3 reviews)
from $92 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 4 people, with yard and terrace in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 4 people, with yard and terrace
2 bedrooms
9.8
(9 reviews)
from $124 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 3 people in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 3 people
1 bedroom
8.7
(3 reviews)
from $414 / nightFREE cancellation
Glamping for 4 people, with pets in Grand Canyon National Park
Glamping for 4 people, with pets
1 bedroom
9.8
(36 reviews)
from $78 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 4 people, with hot tub and terrace as well as pool and yard, with pets in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 4 people, with hot tub and terrace as well as pool and yard, with pets
1 bedroom
9.3
(17 reviews)
from $125 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 4 people in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 4 people
1 bedroom
9.3
(6 reviews)
from $101 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 4 people in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 4 people
1 bedroom
10.0
(2 reviews)
from $109 / nightFREE cancellation
Mobile home for 9 people, with terrace and yard in Grand Canyon National Park
Mobile home for 9 people, with terrace and yard
3 bedrooms
8.8
(8 reviews)
from $92 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 4 people, with balcony in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 4 people, with balcony
2 bedrooms
from $80 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation apartment for 3 people in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation apartment for 3 people
1 bedroom
from $414 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation house for 5 people, with terrace, with pets in Grand Canyon National Park
Vacation house for 5 people, with terrace, with pets
2 bedrooms
8.8
(31 reviews)
from $159 / nightFREE cancellation

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Highlights in Grand Canyon National Park

  • Incredible canyons
  • White water rafting
  • Historical towns
  • Outdoor adventure
  • Archaeological sites
  • Scenic trails
  • Adrenaline rush

Best Glamping in Grand Canyon National Park

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Vacation Apartment for 5 Guests in Coconino County
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Coconino County
Vacation Apartment • 118 ft² • 1 Bedroom
8.7
(3 reviews)
Very well appointed bell tent beautifully furnished and powered by solar. Outfitted with the basic necessities one will need for a pleasant stay. We are a Native American owned large acreage working sheep ranch and off grid B&B offering guests a unique stay at our ranchYour basecamp for Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, the Grand Canyon, and more. Shash Dine' has been featured and recommended by Travel & Leisure, USA TODAY, Phoenix Magazine, The Huffington Post, The Lake Powell Chronicle, Arizona Highways, The Grand Canyon Trust, Indian Country Today, and the Navajo Times.
from $353 / night
Vacation House for 5 Guests in Williams, Coconino National Forest
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Williams, Coconino National Forest
Vacation House • 5 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
9.2
(43 reviews)
(This is Premium Suite #2) Your luxurious Grand Canyon RV Glamping experience awaits. We are located in the town of Williams, Arizona. The "Gateway to the Grand Canyon" and the location for the Grand Canyon Railway. We are a 54 mile drive to the Grand Canyon and prepared for any season! Bring your friends and family members to experience the outdoors in style at our Boutique Glamping Resort. This is a 2 Queen Bedroom, 1 Jackknife Sofa, and 1 FULL bathroom camper unit. This unit has heating, air conditioning, and a full working kitchen! Your home away from home. This unit has a Smart TV, dec...
from $148 / night
Vacation Apartment for 2 Guests in Washington County (utah)
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Washington County (utah)
Vacation Apartment • 205 ft² • 1 Bedroom
10.0
(3 reviews)
Zion's View Camping is one for the books with UTV tours, horseback riding, and much more! Come and experience camping at its finest, with a 215 sq. ft. tent (that is 100% cotton), king bed, a shared bathhouse on-site, grill, and table. We're located on a hilltop overlooking Zion and the Canaan Mountain. The view is breathtaking! We're centrally located by Zion National Park, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Antelope Canyon, and the famous Narrows hike right up the road!Located in Hildale, UT, we are drawn to untamed wilderness, beautiful vistas, and breathtaking sunrises.A terrific glamping loca...
from $92 / night

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Glamping in Grand Canyon National Park: Most popular destinations

    Glamping in Grand Canyon National Park

    Glamping in a world-famous park

    Embark on a journey to the wild, picturesque southwest. There are tons of things to discover in the Grand Canyon, both on and off the trails, not to mention the endless number of activities. Although, the sheer majesty of the canyon’s size is thrilling enough by itself. During your trip, visit charming little towns with affordable upscale cuisine while indulging in skywalks, wild swimming holes and much more. The rentals are situated near the Grand Canyon National Park in Southwest Arizona and Zion National Park along Utah’s southern border. You will find everything you need in this venue near the ultimate national park.

    Glamping with awesome scenery

    Our accommodations have the rustic beauty and scenery of the amazing canyons and red rock sculptures this territory is known for. Choose from singles to four bedrooms with all the comforts of home. Most have internet, TV, swimming pools and kitchens for your enjoyment. They are conveniently located in the Grand Canyon, Zion Park, St. George, and Kanab where there is so much to see and do close by. This is a vacation destination you’ll remember for a lifetime.

    Travelers and activities

    Grand Canyon National Park for Thrill seekers

    There are four parts to the Grand Canyon and each features thrills beyond your imagination. The Colorado River rapids where you can see the canyon from the river while white water rafting is the ultimate thrill on the ground. Do you prefer flying? Then skydiving is an option for you. Another must-see is The Skywalk, the most visited site in the Grand Canyon West. This 70-foot man-made extension over the canyon with a glass bottom for stunning views is a real adrenaline gusher. Tell your own thrilling story after a visit to this iconic wonderland.

    Grand Canyon National Park for History Buffs

    One of the easiest trails to follow may also be the most informative. Take the trail of time and discover the geological history of the Grand Canyon. Further your knowledge by visiting the enthralling museums and examining artifacts from the Paleo-Indian period dating back 12,000 years. Teddy Roosevelt also visited the canyon in 1903 and observed its majesty by pack mule to the base. By 1908 he declared it a National Monument to protect it from being marred by mankind. Visit the Havasupai Indian Reservation for the most remote community in the USA. This park is a historian’s dream.

    Grand Canyon National Park for Naturalists

    There is so much to see you’ll need months of repeated visits to take it all in. The North rim is less crowded and more rugged than the South rim and you can visit the Tuweep Overlook with its 3000-foot cliffs offering spectacular views as well as access to the Cave of the Domes. Take a mule ride down the canyon and get closer to nature while learning about the native inhabitants from your guide. There are numerous hiking trails as well, including Kaibab Trail which has the Black Suspension Bridge over the Colorado River connecting the trail to several others.

    The Grand Canyon Park is 700 square miles larger than Rhode Island and still receives mail deliveries via pack mule.

    Top 7 travel tips in Grand Canyon National Park

    1. Embrace history while hiking the trails

    The Grand Canyon Village is part of the South Rim and offers numerous ecstatic observation points. Be sure to take time for the Yavapai Geology Museum to learn about the striking geology’s history. Also, the Bright Angel Trail and the Hermit Trail are recommended for close-ups of the canyon’s natural ruggedness and beauty.

    2. Experience the Havasupai cascading waters

    On the South Rim, take the guided tour to the Havasupai village and learn about the remaining Native American tribe that lives there. At Havasupai Falls you will be rewarded for hiking the rugged terrain when you see the pristine turquoise waters cascading down the rich red rocks and gorgeous plant-life.

    3. Check out the 800-year-old Tusayan ruins

    On Desert View Drive in the eastern part of South Rim you will see the Tusayan Museum and ruins of the Puebloan tribes dating back 4000 years. The trails offer magnificent views of the canyon leading to the Eastern entrance, including the Palisades of the Desert and 70-foot watchtower. There are many unmarked viewing areas of the canyon too.

    4. Escape the crowds at the North Rim

    If you enjoy the wild, this is the place for encountering raw nature. The North rim of the canyon has more undeveloped areas than others and features the spectacular natural rock archway known as Angel’s window. Moreover, the widest viewpoint, one-third of a mile down the trail, is Cape Royal making it well worth the hike.

    5. Chill out at the Historic District

    The Historic District Road Tour is a great way to cool off. There are many things to enjoy here like the Grand Canyon Railway Depot, Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio, shopping for souvenirs and indulging in a delicious meal. Start at the Verkamps visitor center for details.

    6. Connect with the Milky Way

    Stargazing is one of the most exhilarating activities to do in the vast, remote areas of the Grand Canyon. You will have a deeply moving experience here even without a telescope. This phenomenal starry sky is one of the most impressive in the USA.

    7. Take the road less travelled

    The Nankoweap Trail is only recommended for skilled hikers seeking the most challenging trails. The enchanting vistas require navigating steep cliffs along a narrow ledge plunging over 5500 feet to the Colorado River and Nankoweap creek below. Definitely an activity for adrenaline seekers.

    FAQs: Glamping in Grand Canyon National Park

    Which types of amenities can you find at the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park?

    Out of the amenities you can find on Holidu, it seems that the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park contain everything that travelers desire! Here, the glampsites generally have a variety of amenities, the most popular being: barbecue (72%), air-conditioning (60%), and internet (56%)...Not bad, right?

    How are the reviews for the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park?

    On average, the glampsites here have rather positive comments. Last year's data reveals that 39% of glampsites have a rating average of 4.5 stars. This is a quite high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are many that are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next vacation.

    Are the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park suitable for vacations with children?

    Judging by the Holidu database, 68% of glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park are child-friendly, it will therefore be easy to find the ideal glampsites for you and your children.

    Are the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park suitable for travelers and their pets?

    Certainly! In Grand Canyon National Park, 56% of the glampsites give you the opportunity to bring along your furry best friend, 32% even have a garden!

    Do the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park often come with Wi-Fi?

    Yes! According to Holidu, 56% of glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park have internet connection. This means that you will be able to stay connected throughout your stay!

    How much does it usually cost for glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park?

    According to the last year, there don't seem to be many glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park that cost less than $100 per night.

    Do the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park usually have a fireplace or a pool?

    Good news! According to the last year, the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park are ideal all year round. Here, 35% are equipped with a fireplace and 11% a pool.

    Are the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park suitable for trips with the whole family or better for a vacation as a couple?

    According to last year, 81% of glampsites are perfect for groups of up to four guests. Approximately 53% of the glampsites here include at least two separate bedrooms. Grand Canyon National Park is the perfect destination for a vacation as a small family!

    Do the glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park have a beautiful view?

    28% of glampsites have a balcony or terrace, and 53% have a view, but since it is not very common so availability can be selective. If this is important to you, you should start your research early, and use the filters that suit you the best to be sure to find what you are looking for. However, 32% of glampsites in Grand Canyon National Park have gardens, where you can enjoy the outdoors. If you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues, 72% of the glampsites have them.

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