20 Best Glamping Spot in Grand Canyon


Author: Alyn Dune

Looking for the best glamping in Grand Canyon? Who doesn’t know the Grand Canyon? One of the wonders in the world, the Grand Canyon and its national park offer an outdoor adventure like no other place does. Here you can go hiking, mule riding, and have glamping away from the hustle and bustle of the city. 

Glamping in the Grand Canyon means experiencing the best of nature without sacrificing luxury, comfort, or style. But with so many options available, choosing one that suits you could be a daunting task itself. Well, worry not!

Here we have listed 20 Most Unique Glamping Accommodations around the Grand Canyon. Keep reading!

Our Lists of Best Glamping in Grand Canyon

Luxury Glamping Grand Canyon

Check out our list of luxury glamping experience on Grand Canyon:

1. Inn History

Want to discover more about the history of the Grand Canyon? Inspired by the Phantom Ranch, Inn History lives up to its name as it provides more than just a place to stay, but also a place to learn. Located just 45 minutes from the Grand Canyon, approximately 30 minutes from West of Flag, and only 5 minutes from Bearizona and Williams, this one bedroom and one bath cabin is a great homebase to explore all the area has to offer. 

2. Luxury Glamping Tent by Studio Williams

Are you looking to sleep under the starry sky that makes you realize how small you and your problems are? Studio Williams here can accommodate your needs in a cute glamping tent located just 35 miles to the Grand Canyon. The tent allows you to lay in bed gazing at the gorgeous Milky Way on clear nights or snuggle into the plush top memory foam mattress on rainy nights and just let the rain wash away all worries. It is also equipped with basic amenities so you do not need to worry much during the trip.

3. Under Canvas Grand Canyon

The Stargazing Dome offers a solitude and tranquility everybody craves for during their glamping trip. It features one queen bed and two single-sized fold out memory foam mattresses for sleeping accommodation, solar power to outlets for charging your devices. There is a cooler, propane grill, firepit, and plenty of blankets to kick the cold away on chilly nights. As off-grid as it is, you will expect to use a composting toilet.

4. The Pavlova’s

The Pavlovas grand canyon

If you are a big fan of ballet and want to connect to your passion while glamping, then Pavlova’s is a perfect fit for you. Designed with sprung oak floors, mirror ballet barres and piano, this 1800 square foot art dance studio offers a unique ambiance for an unforgettable trip while exploring Lake Powell Country. The atrium itself is installed with live foliage and spiral staircase decorated with candles for additional romantic feeling. The bedroom features a brand new king-sized bed and the bathroom has shower, lighted mirror bidet toilet, and boutique amenities. Private pilates class is also available upon booking.

RV Glamping Grand Canyon

5. RV Glamping Deluxe

Located in the town of Williams, Arizona, your luxurious Grand Canyon RV glamping experience awaits. Just 54 miles drive to the Grand Canyon, it is ready for any season as it has heating and air conditioning, indoor fireplace, and fully functional kitchen. It also features two queen bedrooms, sofa bed, two full bathroom camper units, Smart TV, deck, chairs, and grill. Truly a home away from home!

6. Camping in Style Grand Canyon

Get a slice of the good life in Northern Arizona with a stay at this beauty! This beautiful 1960s ideal vintage trailer is a complete conversion located on over an acre of beautiful hillside, overlooking some of the best views in Arizona, yet still easy access to civilization, grocery stores, restaurants, and attractions. The space features all the things a modern house has; from convection microwave, induction cooktop, to garbage disposer. This sleeps 4 in comfort and is also equipped with a full bathroom with a standard-sized shower.

7. Tiny House on The Wheel

Want to experience living in a trailer? The Tiny House on The Wheel is a quaint and cozy mobile house that has everything you need to unwind from hiking, running marathons, relaxing on the lake, or just recording the beautiful views around the area with your camera. It features two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, each located at opposite ends of the house. The common area consists of a living room, dining space, and a kitchen complete with microwave, Keurig, and toaster. There is also a grass area for your fur babies and a spacious patio equipped with a barbecue grill and hammock.

Rustic Glamping Grand Canyon

8. West of The Moon (rustic)

If you love stargazing and watching wildlife, crave for peace and quiet, and are planning to explore the Grand Canyon, West of The Moon might be a suitable choice for you. It is an adorable one bedroom cabin in Parks, located just between Flagstaff and Williams. The vaulted ceilings make the room bigger and it has black out blinds for additional privacy. Grill BBQ out in the open space and prepare to be the new relaxed you!

9. Al’s Cabin

Located in Parks, Arizona, this one bedroom, historic cabin is here to charm you with its rustic yet mesmerizing craftsmanship. Al’s Cabin provides a well-stocked kitchen, modern bathroom, flat screen TV, as well as a new heating and air conditioning system. It also has a fenced-in backyard with wood-burning fire pit allowing you to enjoy beautiful scenery while staying warm. Sitting on the edge of the Kaibab National Forest, this little log cabin is about as close to a true Arizona adventure as you can get.

10. The Cowboy Cabin

Enjoy the privacy of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument at the Paria River Ranch in this rustic studio. The Cowboy Cabin is more than just a house, it is a healing center and home for the rescue animals and horse campers, featuring one queen bed, a mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker, hot plate, toaster, barbecue grill, outdoor sink, and private patio with eating area. The house sleeps two, with bathrooms and showers next door at the bath house.

11. The Wranglers Quarters

Are you planning to explore the natural amazement or are you an animal lover? Either way, the Wrangler Quarters has it all. Located just between Bryce Canyon and Zion, this private studio style log cabin is decorated with ranch antiques and features a main room with one California king bed, a kitchenette with sink, microwave, refrigerator, automatic espresso, coffee maker, and a private bathroom with shower, toilet and sink. It sleeps two people comfortably and is the same size as a large hotel room. There is also a private deck with charcoal grill and fantastic view across the ranch’s pastures.

12. Navajo Hogan

Want to experience the true glamping and at the same time get an insight as to how the Navajo lived not terribly long ago? You’ve found the perfect place! Navajo Hogan is a traditional Navajo earth and cedar log Hogan set in the outstanding natural beauty of the Navajo nation where Horseshoe Bend is only 5 minutes drive from the ranch. It is not just a house, it is full of quiet positivity and also the center of Navajo ceremonial activity. This stay is very minimalist as it is off-grid, meaning that there is no electricity or running water. Cooking can be done over open fire at the outdoor fire pit. 

13. The Kyo͞ob Antelope

Located very near all areas of attraction including Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, and the Grand Canyon, The Kyo͞ob was designed for light and immersion in nature. This modern architectural cabin is outfitted with the basic necessities for a pleasant glamping stay such as thick down comforters, linens, wool blankets, sleeping bags, toiletries, books, games, and snacks. As it if an off-grid space, there is no electricity and running water, but The Kyo͞ob has candles, candle lanterns, flashlight, and solar light.

14. The Rambler Glamper

outdoor The Rambler Glamper

The Rambler Glamper is a glamping trailer featuring a very comfy queen-sized bed and pull-out couch for sleeping arrangement, full bathroom with closet space, dining table for four, and a kitchenette with the basics you might need to prepare meals. Located 40 minutes from the Grand Canyon Skywalk, 17 miles from the Colorado River, and just 10 miles from Lake Mead, this is the only place where you can get a Free Entree to the Lake Mead Recreational Center. 

15. Roger’s Cabin

Rogers Cabin

If you like quiet and nature, you will definitely love this place. Roger’s Cabin is a tiny log cabin situated on the edge of the Kaibab National Forest, just as close to a true Arizona adventure as you can get. This clean cabin will take you back in the good old days with no TV provided. You will have fun exploring, hunting, and fishing in Area 7 or to the Grand Canyon which is only 13 miles down the freeway.

Antelope Canyon Glamping

16. Sheep Wagon Glamping (antelope)

Have you ever wanted to sleep in a covered wagon in the middle of nowhere under a magnificent starry sky? Then book this well-appointed place located very close with all areas of attraction, including Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and the Grand Canyon! The Sheepherder Wagon by Shash Dine’ provides all basic necessities from beddings, comforters, wool blankets, sleeping bags, toiletries, to lanterns, books, and games for additional entertainment even though it is off-grid. Meals are also provided.

17. The Bell Tent Suite

tent glamping The Bell Tent Suite

Another off-grid glamping you can choose in Page, Arizona, is here. The Bell Tent Suite is a premium tent beautifully furnished and powered by solar. Without electricity or running water, this place still provides other amenities for sleeping, bathing, and cooking on the open fire grill. There is also breakfast and additional entertainment such as books, games, snacks, and even juice! The Bell Tent Suite is truly a great fit for your basecamp to explore Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, and the Grand Canyon.

18. The Townhouse

The Townhouse is one of the glamping options you might want to consider if you plan to explore Arizona. Located just 10 to 15 minutes drive from most of the major attractions such as Horseshoe Bend as well as Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon, this two-storey house is fully-furnished with two bedrooms upstairs, dining area, kitchen, and living room on the main level. Besides giving free parking, the Townhouse also gives no charge for children under 12.

19. The Tiny Tent

The Tiny Tent grand canyon

Camping at its finest! The Tiny Tent is literally a small tent featuring a fold out full size bed, a small table nook with chairs, and a spacious private outdoor shower with basic amenities. It is conveniently tucked away just outside of the Grand Canyon and Kaibab National Forest. Spend the day adventuring outdoors and relaxing around a campfire under the stars at night roasting s’mores! Important things to note: as it is a campsite, you will be required to bring a cooler, cooktop, water, and food on your own.

20. The Yurt glamping in grand canyon south rim

The Yurt South

Come and enjoy some quiet time under the stars in this roomy yurt! Located just 80 miles south of the Grand Canyon, the yurt is equipped with a full size bed, a couple of cots, and propane camping stove for cooking or making a pot of chocolate, tea, and coffee all provided. There is also a firepit and outdoor outhouse to keep you toasted while stargazing. It is secluded, but close enough to top up supplies!

What you should prepare before visiting the Grand Canyon?

Yes, glamping should be fun and exciting, but having advanced planning won’t hurt so you don’t have to compromise with a few flaws that might happen during your trip stay. Here are several tips on how to get the most out of your visit to the Grand Canyon so you can sit back and relax knowing the only surprises you will have are pleasant ones.

  • Know before you go and where you will spend the night. Book a place!
  • Be extra patient as there will be crowds and traffic. Do arrive before 9 am or after 5 pm.
  • Drive carefully. Finding a parking spot could be tricky.
  • Never feed the wildlife.
  • Backcountry permits are required for all overnight trips into the Grand Canyon.
  • Be prepared for dreadful heat and elevation changes in summers.

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