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The 12 Best Spots for Glamping in the Grand Canyon

The view of the Grand Canyon is a once-in-a-lifetime experience many people have on their bucket lists.

Are you planning a trip to the Grand Canyon sometime soon? Why stay in a hotel when you can make the most of your trip and experience the great outdoors by glamping?

Not sure where to begin your search? Read on to learn about the top-rated locations for glamping Grand Canyon-style!

A woman sitting on a deck enjoying glamping Grand Canyon-style.

Tent-Style Glamping in the Grand Canyon

1. Wander Camp

The Wander Camp is a luxury glamping experience with breathtaking views! Just 16 miles from the Grand Canyon south rim, it’s located on 50 acres with nine campsites available.

With options for the King Tent, Twin Tent, Family Tent, or Triple Tent, this location is versatile for every lifestyle!

Each tent is 216 sq ft with windows and a netted door. They are furnished with a bed and wingback chairs for relaxation. This glamping experience is completely off-grid, so there is no electricity. Solar lanterns are provided for use inside the tents.

Communal bathhouses include a flush toilet, sinks, and showers. Water temperature varies depending on the season. The bath water is not consumable. Toiletries and towels are not provided.

A propane heater, campfire breakfast and supper, and activities are available for purchase beforehand.

This location is wheelchair accessible. Pets are welcome for an extra fee.

2. Under Canvas Grand Canyon

This upscale resort is 25 miles from the Grand Canyon’s south rim. Under Canvas is a safari-inspired glamping spot in Valle that sits on 160 acres of secluded pinon and juniper forest.

Most tents accommodate families of up to four, with several sleeping two, one with three single beds, and a couple of family tents with a private tent just for the kids. Some tents have sky-viewing panels above the beds, wood-burning stoves, and private decks. Each tent has an individual private bathroom.

There is onsite dining with local and seasonal foods. Nightly campfires with s’mores, live music, morning yoga, and kids’ activities are just a few of the amenities.

There are bedside battery packs provided for charging devices. Fresh coffee is available 24/7 and a small shop is onsite for necessities.

3. Grand Canyon Glamping Resort

Grand Canyon Helicopter Adventures run this resort and includes many entertainment options!

The overnight glamping experience is done in a covered wagon with access to the resort amenities.

This is a family-friendly resort. Each wagon sleeps 2-6 people, with either a king-sized bed or a king-sized bed and a set of bunk beds.

All wagons come equipped with air conditioning and heating, a bathroom with a shower, a table, chairs, and a nightstand.

Optional activities that can be purchased at an additional cost are an ATV tour, a shooting experience, or a 20-minute flight to the Grand Canyon’s west rim!

4. Bell Tents in the Navajo Nation

With an unforgettable view and location only 5 miles from the park, this Grand Canyon glamping bell tent vacation is perfect for families!

Each bell tent sleeps four and comes with candle lanterns, solar lanterns, and flashlights. Included in your stay are breakfast, some toiletries, juice and water, and a selection of books and games.

Guests can wander the property to witness the traditional Navajo way of life on the ranch. There are various ranch animals to visit with, and Maremma Sheepdogs and Great Pyrenees are raised on the property!

A large outdoor fire pit is available for use. Clean outhouses and porta potties are located 30 yards from the tents. The bathhouse includes a private camp shower.

5. Grand Canyon Yurt

A panoramic view of Horseshoe Bend in Grand Canyon National Park.

Another stunning location! Located on the land of Hualapai, Havasupai, Hopi, and Diné people, this glamping yurt includes a free $35 Grand Canyon Park Pass!

With three beds, this Grand Canyon glamping yurt can sleep up to five people. Drinking water, compostable toilets, and outdoor showers are available. Note: There is no hot water in the winter.

Each yurt has a firepit provided, but fires are only allowed at specific times of the year.

Wifi is available over the summer and fall months. A heater is available for rent, and pets are welcome for an additional fee.

There are two other yurts, a tiny cabin, and a tiny van home on the same property.

Over the summer and fall, yoga classes, guided hikes, professional massage, and Reiki energy healing are available.

6. All-Inclusive Grand Canyon Luxury Tent

The luxurious interior of a glamping tent with inviting furnishing and decor.

Are you ready to camp like royalty? This luxury glamping tent is only 4 miles from the Grand Canyon and will leave you feeling pampered!

Each bell tent accommodates four guests and includes a private kitchen and bathroom. The ceilings are 9 feet high to make you feel like you’re staying in an African Safari Expedition tent!

The tent has two beds, a dresser, side tables, seating, and a luggage rack. Linens and towels are provided, along with a fully equipped kitchen. All tents are near the bathrooms with running water and private showering facilities.

This resort provides gourmet-style meals cooked over an open fire and served in luxury dining tents. Between meals, snacks are also provided.

The host provides full-time, professional guides to serve as personal concierges for each family. Other amenities include a ceiling fan, books, a cooler, a fire pit, and hammocks.

This Grand Canyon luxury glamping spot is perfect for families!

Tiny Home Glamping in the Grand Canyon

7. Unique Sky Dome

Take a stargazing vacation of a lifetime! With a 1000 sq ft stargazing window and a swinging chair hanging from the 26 ft ceiling, this Grand Canyon glamping location is perfect for family vacations, romantic getaways, anniversaries, and honeymoons.

Each dome includes heating and air conditioning, upscale linens, is furnished, has a panoramic window, and a modern bathroom.

There are onsite breakfast and supper options from a food truck. Activities include a projection dome, nightly s’mores around the fire pit, a giant jump pillow, a lit frisbee golf course, a playground, and yard games!

During the week, there are kids’ activities, live music, Native American flute making, astronomy nights, and storytelling.

This location is a 20 minute drive from the south rim entrance of the Grand Canyon.

8. Stargazer Tiny Home

This cozy cabin sleeps 7 with a private bedroom and two loft rooms. It also includes a full kitchen and bathroom with running water.

The Stargazer cabin has heating and air conditioning to make vacationing here easy, no matter the time of year! There’s also a firepit with chairs out front of the cabin, perfect for roasting marshmallows with a sunset view.

It comes with a television and wifi and is pet friendly, making this the right choice for a family glampnig trip to the Grand Canyon!

Located just 45 minutes from the Grand Canyon, this cabin is part of a resort and glampground. Visit the surrounding Wupatiki National Monument or the lava flows at the Sunset Crater. Other amenities at the resort include a heated indoor swim spa, gardens, basketball, and hiking.

9. South Rim Tiny Home

A view of the colorful Grand Canyon scenery.

This newly built 399 sq ft tiny home is only a 20-minute drive from the Grand Canyon!

It sleeps eight and has heating, air conditioning, and on-demand hot water. This is a home away from home with a full bath, a kitchen with an oven, and a Keurig coffee maker! Hang out on the covered deck to watch the sunset.

Basic cookware is provided, but no food or condiments will be stocked in the kitchen. A wifi connection, high-speed internet, and 4K smart TVs are included.

This cabin is inside Sage Valley Mobile Home Park, with two parking spaces for each family. It’s a quiet neighborhood with a scenic view!

Several gas stations and restaurants are nearby to meet your needs. This property is priced based on the number of occupants renting the cabin.

10. Cozy A Frame Tiny Cabin

This 100 sq ft A-frame cabin is located on the native land of the Hualapai, Havasupai, Hopi, and Diné people. Each cabin sleeps three and includes one wall that lifts for indoor/outdoor living!

Composting toilets and outdoor showers are located close to the cabin. Note: Hot water showers are not available in the winter.

Over the winter months, a portable heater and drinking water, a camp stove, and cooking supplies are provided.

Wifi is available in the shared picnic area. There are three yurts and a tiny van home on the property.

For an additional fee, you can request a hand-built cedar sauna set up before your arrival. Pets are welcome for an additional fee, as well.

Yoga classes, guided hikes, professional massage, and Reiki energy healing are available for an additional fee in the summer and fall.

This spot is located 45 miles from the Grand Canyon.

11. The Luxury Dome at Yö’ngö

Outdoor chairs and a small table set with wine glasses and a charcuterie plate.

Camp in style with a breathtaking view of nature! This luxury Grand Canyon dome is located 20 min from the south rim.

The dome sleeps four and has one full and one half bathroom. The indoor bathroom also includes a steam shower cabin with a Bluetooth speaker. Note: There is no running water in winter months.

It comes with a kitchen, deck, and an outdoor play area. The compostable toilet is located outside the tent.

Solar panels provide electricity, and there are USB charging ports inside the dome. Heating and air conditioning are available, as well.

You will likely hear the local wildlife and small critters running around the deck at night.

Pre-chopped wood is available in the winter months for the indoor fireplace. Firewood for the fire pit is not provided.

12. Williams Wagon

These unique wagon-style cabins are 49 miles from the Grand Canyon and are perfect for families!

There are five wagons available, each sleeping six guests. Each wagon includes a king-sized bed and two sets of bunk beds.

Linens are provided. The bathroom is a short walk from the wagons. Each wagon includes a fire ring and a wood grill.

Communal facilities include an indoor pool, hot tubs, and a miniature golf course. Wifi and electricity are provided.

Time to Go Glamping Grand Canyon-Style!

A cozy, lighted glamping tent with a deck at night in the desert under a starry sky.

These are the best-rated options for glamping in the Grand Canyon that are perfect for families, honeymoons, or a vacation. Which one will you choose?

Are you new to glamping? Check out our Glamping page on the website for everything you need to know!