These are America’s most glamorous glamping sites



Slide 1 of 28: Fancy a nature escape but not a fan of camping? Then you must've heard of glamping – a combination of hotel-like amenities with comforts and sleeping out under the stars. If you'd rather sleep in a cozy bed than in a sleeping bag, we've rounded up some of America's most stunning glamping sites for you to start planning your next socially distanced vacation. Rates are current prices from Glamping.com unless stated otherwise.
Slide 2 of 28: Known as a wilderness sanctuary, The Resort at Paws Up is set on the grounds of an active 37,000-acre cattle ranch. Guests can pick between two accommodation options – a luxe tent complete with an en-suite bathroom and wooden floors or one of the comfortable private homes. You can explore the rolling hills of Blackfoot Valley with more than 100 miles (161km) of trails either on foot or on horseback. And as the resort itself says, social distancing here is measured in acres, not feet… Rates start from $1,155 per two a night (based on a four-night minimum stay) and special offers are available.
Slide 3 of 28: A wilderness paradise in central Florida, Westgate River Ranch lies just an hour south of Orlando. Accommodation here ranges from tents to teepees set on 1,700 scenic acres overlooking the Kissimmee River. There's plenty to get up to here as well, from nature hikes and horseback riding to swimming and fishing. There's also a state-of-the-art ropes course and a rock climbing wall on site. Guests are currently asked to wear face masks in indoor common areas. Rates start from $169 per two a night.
Slide 4 of 28: Relax in the middle of nowhere thanks to Dunton Hot Springs. Wild and rustic on the outside, cozy and warm on the inside, the cabins at this hotel are part of a restored mining town. The old dance hall, bath house and saloon are now all part of the unique complex. With a maximum capacity of 44 guests, it's also not too big and the 13 luxury cabins range in size from one to five bedrooms. Rates start from $800 per two a night and include three meals a day as well as beverages (excluding fine liquors and wines).

Slide 5 of 28: Pitched on the grounds of La Tourelle Resort and Spa in Ithaca, this campsite features 21 cozy tents with hardwood floors, king or queen bed and private decks. There are two restaurants on site and plenty of trails to explore in the Buttermilk Falls State Park during the day. While the campsite is open, the game library won't be available and the Firelight Live music series program has been suspended. Guests are required to wear a face mask in public spaces. Rates start from $189 a night per person.
Slide 6 of 28: Located on the doorstep of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this luxury campsite is all about the breathtaking southern Appalachian wilderness surrounding it. The safari-inspired tents feature king size beds with luxurious linens, private bathrooms and wood-burning stoves with firewood. There are plenty of nature trails that await during the day and, at night, there are complimentary s'mores at the firepit. Guests are asked to wear a face mask in enclosed public areas. Rates start from $189 per night per unit.
Slide 7 of 28: The Capitol Reef Resort, with its luxury cabins and cozy teepees, is just a mile (1.6km) from the Capitol Reef National Park. After a day of exploring the park's greatest attractions, there are plenty of comforts waiting at the resort, from comfy beds and crisp linens to stunning views of the Red Rock Cliffs. If staying longer, the property is excellent for planning a trip to the Grand Circle of National Parks – Grand Staircase, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands and Zion. Rates start from $149 a night per unit.
Slide 8 of 28: With many campsites across Europe, Huttopia's incredible glamping sites have been expanding into North America as well. Located just over two hours' drive from Boston, Huttopia White Mountains welcomes guests on the bank of a lake surrounded by a stunning forest scenery. There's a choice between cabins or tents and there's a swimming pool and an on-site restaurant that are both now open. Rates start from $104 a night per unit.
Slide 9 of 28: Although there are plenty of opportunities to pitch up a tent at the Blue Bear Mountain Camp, it's the teepees here we have our eye on. One of the more affordable glamping options, the three teepees on site have queen beds, and the campsite offers easy access to miles of hiking trails. Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, it's surrounded by scenic forests for a properly secluded experience. Rates start from $80 a night for two sharing.

Slide 10 of 28: Go glamping in the splendor of the Smoky Mountains with uninterrupted views of the peaks at Bryson City’s Sky Ridge Yurts. Take your pick of outdoor fun with activities such as Nantahala River rafting, Appalachian Trail hiking and Fontana Lake boating. These Mongolian tents don’t skimp on amenities either, with comfy king or queen beds, heating and air-con, beautiful slate walk-in showers, flatscreen TVs and free Wi-Fi. You must have a mask on hand here as it's required to wear it if you come into contact with other people on the property. Yurts start from $104 per night for a three-person yurt.
Slide 11 of 28: Recently reopened with new health and safety measures, Ventana Big Sur's surroundings are of unmatched beauty. Located at a place where the sea, the mountains and the redwood trees converge, it overlooks the dramatic California coastline, a stone's throw from the iconic Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge. There are 15 luxury tents on site, one picnic included per stay, yoga is available in the mornings and there are also two heated outdoor swimming pools – one with an infinity edge hot tub. The spa remains closed for the time being. Rates start from $450 a night per unit, based on double occupancy.
Slide 12 of 28: Situated within 30,000 acres of private land in Platte River Valley, it's not hard to imagine you've been transported back to the days of the Old West. Overlooking, the prairies and Rocky Mountains in the distance, the Brush Creek Ranch is a luxe destination with 50 miles (80km) of equestrian trails, teepees and an old-school saloon complete with swinging doors for an evening drink. There are new safety measures in place, like no-contact food delivery and frequent sanitizing of high-touch areas. Rates start from $800 a night per person.
Slide 13 of 28: An adults-only woodland hideaway, the green o's guests can choose from 12 luxury accommodations, known as Hauses, with four different designs – tree, green, round or light. The rate includes three meals per day as well as selected beverages with lunch and dinner. Outdoors, there's horseback riding, fly-fishing, climbing and hiking opportunities as well as a fitness center, yoga studio and a spa, if that's more your thing. Rates start from $2,100 for two a night. 
Slide 14 of 28: Whether you're looking to escape the daily grind or just need a little break, this retreat on Maui is absolutely incredible. Located on the shore of Hanawana Bay, the Maui Eco Retreat features rooms in the main house, Thai-style cottages and absolutely incredible bamboo huts. The latter offers panoramic ocean views from a comfy four-poster queen-sized bed and has a private bathroom, kitchen and deck. Rates start from $159 a night for two.

Slide 15 of 28: Overlooking Lone Man Creek in the stunning Texas Hill Country, Sinya on Lone Man Creek offers everything you need to enjoy a relaxed break from the world around. The modified safari tents benefit from king size beds, luxurious linens and towels as well as a small kitchenette. Just 45 minutes by car southwest of Austin, the retreat is perfectly located to explore the surrounding parks and countryside or taking a dip in the famous Hamilton Pool. Rates start from $299 a night for two.
Slide 16 of 28: Mountain air, incredible scenery and total relaxation await at this dreamy glampsite just 25 miles (40km) west of Vail. Part of the Collective Retreats, the Vail glamping site is tucked away in the breathtaking Colorado mountains, offering a remote escape in an easily accessible location. Set on a working ranch, there are options to go horseback riding or enjoy gourmet farm-to-table dinners under the stars. There are two different tent types to choose from and rates start from $500 a night per two, including breakfast.
Slide 17 of 28: The top spot to choose for a digital detox vacation, Panacea offers an alluring three-night all-inclusive package where you get to say goodbye to your phones and laptops and fully immerse yourself in the surrounding nature. The 40-acre luxury resort only has seven tents on site and no signal so you can fully immerse yourself in the natural desert setting with the views of the Cascade Mountains, Smith Rock and the Crooked River Canyon. Rates start from $850 for three nights all-inclusive for two.
Slide 18 of 28: As you arrive at the Alpenglow Luxury Camping site, you'll be welcomed by spectacular glacier views. Located near the Matanuska Glacier, the campsite offers two types of tents as well as complimentary breakfasts, a secluded cedar hot tub and a common area with a firepit. You can also book trip packages that include helicopter tours, blue ice glacier climbing or glacier trekking. Rates star from $149 a night per unit.
Slide 19 of 28: Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and located in a fairy tale-like forest, the Mendocino Grove is a two-minute drive from the quaint Californian town of Mendocino. The 37-acre property includes 60 safari-style tents with comfortable beds, wool blankets and cozy cotton linens. An outdoor breakfast bar is included in the price and the capacity has been reduced to 75% to make sure guests are able to socially distance in common areas. Rates start from $139 a night for two adults.
Slide 20 of 28: Not only a luxury eco-resort, but also a sanctuary to around 600 American Mustang horses, the Mustang Monument is simply one of a kind. Combining world-class accommodations with spectacular views and sustainable practices, it's a truly special place. You can pick between a safari cottage or a luxury teepee – both are stunningly furnished and incredibly cozy. Groups of four or more can take part in gourmet culinary classes while other experiences include horseback riding, rappelling and off-road excursions. Rates star from $1,650 a night for two.
Slide 21 of 28: A funky glamping outpost, El Cosmico is located just outside the cool Texan town Marfa. Take your accommodation pick from trailers, yurts and teepees and make the most of your time under the big sky in west Texas. There are plenty of opportunities for scenic drives or hikes in the Big Bend State Park. Although the site has now reopened, there are strict rules and recommendations regarding visiting Marfa, social distancing on site and usage of face masks – check before booking. Basic rates start from $75 a night per unit.
Slide 22 of 28: The glamping options at this delightful spot in Colorado’s Echo Canyon are effectively luxury hotel rooms with canvas walls and instant access to the great, gorgeous outdoors. Each is filled with luxury textiles, huge, comfy beds and quirky decor like faux antler chandeliers. There's Echo Canyon rafting to take your breath away as well as endless opportunities for scenic drives, walks and hikes. Rates start from $199 a night per unit. Take a look at the most unique places to camp in every state.
Slide 23 of 28: Are you a city dweller that's after a bit of respite but don't feel too comfortable in the woods even if glamping? Collective Governors Island is the answer for you. Just an eight-minute-drive from Manhattan, you can spend the night in a tent that has pretty much all the luxuries of a hotel room, from a private bathroom with rain-style shower to a king bed with premium linens. Included in the Summit Tent price are in-tent breakfasts, morning yoga, s'mores pantry station in the evenings and water taxi service from Manhattan. Rates start from $359 a night for two.
Slide 24 of 28: The posh safari tents at this glampsite in St. Charles, close to St. Louis, appear to float on the water. Each is built on a private dock at River Island Marina, a channel leading to the Mississippi, and is decked out with a comfy king-size bed, sofa bed and all the mod-cons. The best bit is the deck, with fire ring, seating and plenty of space to watch the world – or more likely a heron or the odd rowing boat – go by. Rates start from $245 for two nights per unit.
Slide 25 of 28: Surrounded by more than 700 acres of forests, it doesn't get much more remote than this western corner of the state where Savage River Lodge is located. Guests spend the night in beautiful and rustic cabins or yurts and can enjoy gourmet dining every night. Obviously, there are plenty of nature trails and hiking and biking opportunities and a whole lot of nature to explore. Cabin rates start from $235, while yurt rates start from $255 a night, both based on double occupancy.
Slide 26 of 28: Located on an exclusive private island, you can have the Little Raccoon Key Glamping's 40 acres all to yourself. There is just one tent on the island in a reef off the coast of Georgia and there's everything to enjoy your isolation in total comfort, from fresh linens and a wood-burning stove to an outdoor shower and hammocks. Sit back, relax and just watch a pod of dolphins swim by or head to the east of the island to watch the sunrise over the Golden Isles. Rates start from $399 a night for two. Now read 27 hiking mistakes you won't want to make.
Slide 27 of 28: Hugging the shore of the blue-watered Bear Lake, Conestoga Ranch is spread across 18 acres just outside Garden City. You can spend the night in the luxurious tents or quaint Conestoga wagons and during the day there are plenty of activities to get on with as well. Amenities include a game tent, activities field and a restaurant. As the situation now is rapidly changing, regarding travel arrangements, the ranch is offering full refund for cancellations made as late as seven days prior to the arrival date. Rates start from $160 a night per unit.
Slide 28 of 28: Just 25 minutes' drive from the South Rim entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park, this glamping spot is nothing short of spectacular. The Under Canvas Grand Canyon offers a luxurious camping experience in one of the luxurious tents. Located on 160 secluded acres within a juniper and piñon pine forest, the campsite offers on-site dining, complimentary activities and a zen garden to completely chill out. Guests are asked to wear masks in shared areas. Rates start from $189 a night per unit. 

Nature getaways in style

Fancy a nature escape but not a fan of camping? Then you must’ve heard of glamping – a combination of hotel-like amenities with comforts and sleeping out under the stars. If you’d rather sleep in a cozy bed than in a sleeping bag, we’ve rounded up some of America’s most stunning glamping sites for you to start planning your next socially distanced vacation. Rates are current prices from Glamping.com unless stated otherwise.

The Resort at Paws Up, Montana

Known as a wilderness sanctuary, The Resort at Paws Up is set on the grounds of an active 37,000-acre cattle ranch. Guests can pick between two accommodation options – a luxe tent complete with an en-suite bathroom and wooden floors or one of the comfortable private homes. You can explore the rolling hills of Blackfoot Valley with more than 100 miles (161km) of trails either on foot or on horseback. And as the resort itself says, social distancing here is measured in acres, not feet… Rates start from $1,155 per two a night (based on a four-night minimum stay) and special offers are available.

Westgate River Ranch, Florida

A wilderness paradise in central Florida, Westgate River Ranch lies just an hour south of Orlando. Accommodation here ranges from tents to teepees set on 1,700 scenic acres overlooking the Kissimmee River. There’s plenty to get up to here as well, from nature hikes and horseback riding to swimming and fishing. There’s also a state-of-the-art ropes course and a rock climbing wall on site. Guests are currently asked to wear face masks in indoor common areas. Rates start from $169 per two a night.

Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado

Relax in the middle of nowhere thanks to Dunton Hot Springs. Wild and rustic on the outside, cozy and warm on the inside, the cabins at this hotel are part of a restored mining town. The old dance hall, bath house and saloon are now all part of the unique complex. With a maximum capacity of 44 guests, it’s also not too big and the 13 luxury cabins range in size from one to five bedrooms. Rates start from $800 per two a night and include three meals a day as well as beverages (excluding fine liquors and wines).

Ithaca by Firelight Camps, New York

Pitched on the grounds of La Tourelle Resort and Spa in Ithaca, this campsite features 21 cozy tents with hardwood floors, king or queen bed and private decks. There are two restaurants on site and plenty of trails to explore in the Buttermilk Falls State Park during the day. While the campsite is open, the game library won’t be available and the Firelight Live music series program has been suspended. Guests are required to wear a face mask in public spaces. Rates start from $189 a night per person.

Under Canvas Great Smoky Mountain, Tennessee

Located on the doorstep of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this luxury campsite is all about the breathtaking southern Appalachian wilderness surrounding it. The safari-inspired tents feature king size beds with luxurious linens, private bathrooms and wood-burning stoves with firewood. There are plenty of nature trails that await during the day and, at night, there are complimentary s’mores at the firepit. Guests are asked to wear a face mask in enclosed public areas. Rates start from $189 per night per unit.

Capitol Reef Resort, Utah

The Capitol Reef Resort, with its luxury cabins and cozy teepees, is just a mile (1.6km) from the Capitol Reef National Park. After a day of exploring the park’s greatest attractions, there are plenty of comforts waiting at the resort, from comfy beds and crisp linens to stunning views of the Red Rock Cliffs. If staying longer, the property is excellent for planning a trip to the Grand Circle of National Parks – Grand Staircase, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands and Zion. Rates start from $149 a night per unit.

Huttopia White Mountains, New Hampshire

With many campsites across Europe, Huttopia’s incredible glamping sites have been expanding into North America as well. Located just over two hours’ drive from Boston, Huttopia White Mountains welcomes guests on the bank of a lake surrounded by a stunning forest scenery. There’s a choice between cabins or tents and there’s a swimming pool and an on-site restaurant that are both now open. Rates start from $104 a night per unit.

Blue Bear Mountain Camp, North Carolina

Although there are plenty of opportunities to pitch up a tent at the Blue Bear Mountain Camp, it’s the teepees here we have our eye on. One of the more affordable glamping options, the three teepees on site have queen beds, and the campsite offers easy access to miles of hiking trails. Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, it’s surrounded by scenic forests for a properly secluded experience. Rates start from $80 a night for two sharing.

Sky Ridge Yurts, North Carolina

Go glamping in the splendor of the Smoky Mountains with uninterrupted views of the peaks at Bryson City’s Sky Ridge Yurts. Take your pick of outdoor fun with activities such as Nantahala River rafting, Appalachian Trail hiking and Fontana Lake boating. These Mongolian tents don’t skimp on amenities either, with comfy king or queen beds, heating and air-con, beautiful slate walk-in showers, flatscreen TVs and free Wi-Fi. You must have a mask on hand here as it’s required to wear it if you come into contact with other people on the property. Yurts start from $104 per night for a three-person yurt.

Ventana Big Sur, California

Recently reopened with new health and safety measures, Ventana Big Sur’s surroundings are of unmatched beauty. Located at a place where the sea, the mountains and the redwood trees converge, it overlooks the dramatic California coastline, a stone’s throw from the iconic Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge. There are 15 luxury tents on site, one picnic included per stay, yoga is available in the mornings and there are also two heated outdoor swimming pools – one with an infinity edge hot tub. The spa remains closed for the time being. Rates start from $450 a night per unit, based on double occupancy.

The Lodge and Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, Wyoming

Situated within 30,000 acres of private land in Platte River Valley, it’s not hard to imagine you’ve been transported back to the days of the Old West. Overlooking, the prairies and Rocky Mountains in the distance, the Brush Creek Ranch is a luxe destination with 50 miles (80km) of equestrian trails, teepees and an old-school saloon complete with swinging doors for an evening drink. There are new safety measures in place, like no-contact food delivery and frequent sanitizing of high-touch areas. Rates start from $800 a night per person.

the green o, Montana

An adults-only woodland hideaway, the green o’s guests can choose from 12 luxury accommodations, known as Hauses, with four different designs – tree, green, round or light. The rate includes three meals per day as well as selected beverages with lunch and dinner. Outdoors, there’s horseback riding, fly-fishing, climbing and hiking opportunities as well as a fitness center, yoga studio and a spa, if that’s more your thing. Rates start from $2,100 for two a night. 

Maui Eco Retreat, Hawaii

Whether you’re looking to escape the daily grind or just need a little break, this retreat on Maui is absolutely incredible. Located on the shore of Hanawana Bay, the Maui Eco Retreat features rooms in the main house, Thai-style cottages and absolutely incredible bamboo huts. The latter offers panoramic ocean views from a comfy four-poster queen-sized bed and has a private bathroom, kitchen and deck. Rates start from $159 a night for two.

Sinya at Lone Man Creek, Texas

Overlooking Lone Man Creek in the stunning Texas Hill Country, Sinya on Lone Man Creek offers everything you need to enjoy a relaxed break from the world around. The modified safari tents benefit from king size beds, luxurious linens and towels as well as a small kitchenette. Just 45 minutes by car southwest of Austin, the retreat is perfectly located to explore the surrounding parks and countryside or taking a dip in the famous Hamilton Pool. Rates start from $299 a night for two.

Collective Vail, Colorado

Mountain air, incredible scenery and total relaxation await at this dreamy glampsite just 25 miles (40km) west of Vail. Part of the Collective Retreats, the Vail glamping site is tucked away in the breathtaking Colorado mountains, offering a remote escape in an easily accessible location. Set on a working ranch, there are options to go horseback riding or enjoy gourmet farm-to-table dinners under the stars. There are two different tent types to choose from and rates start from $500 a night per two, including breakfast.

Panacea At The Canyon, Oregon

The top spot to choose for a digital detox vacation, Panacea offers an alluring three-night all-inclusive package where you get to say goodbye to your phones and laptops and fully immerse yourself in the surrounding nature. The 40-acre luxury resort only has seven tents on site and no signal so you can fully immerse yourself in the natural desert setting with the views of the Cascade Mountains, Smith Rock and the Crooked River Canyon. Rates start from $850 for three nights all-inclusive for two.

Alpenglow Luxury Camping, Alaska

As you arrive at the Alpenglow Luxury Camping site, you’ll be welcomed by spectacular glacier views. Located near the Matanuska Glacier, the campsite offers two types of tents as well as complimentary breakfasts, a secluded cedar hot tub and a common area with a firepit. You can also book trip packages that include helicopter tours, blue ice glacier climbing or glacier trekking. Rates star from $149 a night per unit.

Mendocino Grove, California

Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and located in a fairy tale-like forest, the Mendocino Grove is a two-minute drive from the quaint Californian town of Mendocino. The 37-acre property includes 60 safari-style tents with comfortable beds, wool blankets and cozy cotton linens. An outdoor breakfast bar is included in the price and the capacity has been reduced to 75% to make sure guests are able to socially distance in common areas. Rates start from $139 a night for two adults.

Mustang Monument, Nevada

Not only a luxury eco-resort, but also a sanctuary to around 600 American Mustang horses, the Mustang Monument is simply one of a kind. Combining world-class accommodations with spectacular views and sustainable practices, it’s a truly special place. You can pick between a safari cottage or a luxury teepee – both are stunningly furnished and incredibly cozy. Groups of four or more can take part in gourmet culinary classes while other experiences include horseback riding, rappelling and off-road excursions. Rates star from $1,650 a night for two.

El Cosmico, Texas

A funky glamping outpost, El Cosmico is located just outside the cool Texan town Marfa. Take your accommodation pick from trailers, yurts and teepees and make the most of your time under the big sky in west Texas. There are plenty of opportunities for scenic drives or hikes in the Big Bend State Park. Although the site has now reopened, there are strict rules and recommendations regarding visiting Marfa, social distancing on site and usage of face masks – check before booking. Basic rates start from $75 a night per unit.

Echo Canyon Royal Gorge Cabins, Colorado

The glamping options at this delightful spot in Colorado’s Echo Canyon are effectively luxury hotel rooms with canvas walls and instant access to the great, gorgeous outdoors. Each is filled with luxury textiles, huge, comfy beds and quirky decor like faux antler chandeliers. There’s Echo Canyon rafting to take your breath away as well as endless opportunities for scenic drives, walks and hikes. Rates start from $199 a night per unit. Take a look at the most unique places to camp in every state.

Collective Governors Island, New York

Are you a city dweller that’s after a bit of respite but don’t feel too comfortable in the woods even if glamping? Collective Governors Island is the answer for you. Just an eight-minute-drive from Manhattan, you can spend the night in a tent that has pretty much all the luxuries of a hotel room, from a private bathroom with rain-style shower to a king bed with premium linens. Included in the Summit Tent price are in-tent breakfasts, morning yoga, s’mores pantry station in the evenings and water taxi service from Manhattan. Rates start from $359 a night for two.

Glamping St. Louis, Missouri

The posh safari tents at this glampsite in St. Charles, close to St. Louis, appear to float on the water. Each is built on a private dock at River Island Marina, a channel leading to the Mississippi, and is decked out with a comfy king-size bed, sofa bed and all the mod-cons. The best bit is the deck, with fire ring, seating and plenty of space to watch the world – or more likely a heron or the odd rowing boat – go by. Rates start from $245 for two nights per unit.

Savage River Lodge, Maryland

Surrounded by more than 700 acres of forests, it doesn’t get much more remote than this western corner of the state where Savage River Lodge is located. Guests spend the night in beautiful and rustic cabins or yurts and can enjoy gourmet dining every night. Obviously, there are plenty of nature trails and hiking and biking opportunities and a whole lot of nature to explore. Cabin rates start from $235, while yurt rates start from $255 a night, both based on double occupancy.

Little Raccoon Key Glamping, Georgia

Located on an exclusive private island, you can have the Little Raccoon Key Glamping’s 40 acres all to yourself. There is just one tent on the island in a reef off the coast of Georgia and there’s everything to enjoy your isolation in total comfort, from fresh linens and a wood-burning stove to an outdoor shower and hammocks. Sit back, relax and just watch a pod of dolphins swim by or head to the east of the island to watch the sunrise over the Golden Isles. Rates start from $399 a night for two. Now read 27 hiking mistakes you won’t want to make.

Conestoga Ranch, Utah

Hugging the shore of the blue-watered Bear Lake, Conestoga Ranch is spread across 18 acres just outside Garden City. You can spend the night in the luxurious tents or quaint Conestoga wagons and during the day there are plenty of activities to get on with as well. Amenities include a game tent, activities field and a restaurant. As the situation now is rapidly changing, regarding travel arrangements, the ranch is offering full refund for cancellations made as late as seven days prior to the arrival date. Rates start from $160 a night per unit.

Under Canvas Grand Canyon, Arizona

Just 25 minutes’ drive from the South Rim entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park, this glamping spot is nothing short of spectacular. The Under Canvas Grand Canyon offers a luxurious camping experience in one of the luxurious tents. Located on 160 secluded acres within a juniper and piñon pine forest, the campsite offers on-site dining, complimentary activities and a zen garden to completely chill out. Guests are asked to wear masks in shared areas. Rates start from $189 a night per unit. 

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