Planning a trip to Arizona and want to escape to the great unknown? Glamping is the hottest way to experience Arizona and its endless beauty. These are the best destinations for glamping in Arizona…

Year-round, Arizona is one of the most enjoyable and beloved destinations in the United States. The sunny desert state has some of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in the entire world, including world famous canyons, awe-inspiring red rocks and towering peaks. The world famous Grand Canyon is located in Arizona. And then there’s the many iconic cities and towns that the state offers up.

The state capital of Phoenix. Spa and golfing retreat Scottsdale. Historical Mesa. Cultural Tempe. Romantic Tucson. Spiritual Sedona. Even the Wild West towns of Tombstone and Yuma. Arizona is never-ending in its majesty and beauty and there’s a surprise around every corner.

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With all that being said, you can see why Arizona is made for the glamping experience, and why locals have perfected the art of hosting a seriously impressive luxury camping experience

I’ve put together the ultimate list of the best glamping destinations in Arizona, which are located all over this great state. These offerings include glamping in an RV near the Grand Canyon, on sacred Navajo land, in a red rock cave – and that’s just the beginning. 

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Quick Breakdown Of Arizona Glamping 

Want to book the best Arizona glamping experience quickly and easily? I’ve shortlisted the best 5 glamping destinations below, designed to match your own unique traveling style, itinerary and budget. If you find what you’re looking for – great! Book via the links provided. Otherwise, keep scrolling and I’m positive you’ll find the glamp-tastic location you’ve been dreaming of. 

I’ve included a range of videos and photos of the glamping sites that made my list, along with the beautiful state of Arizona in general. Stay tuned until the end of this list for some links to my other Arizona blogs, guides and lists. Don’t miss The 25 Best Music Festivals In Arizona To Experience Before You Die

1) Under Canvas Grand Canyon 

“The Overall Best Arizona Glamping”

Location: Valle, AZ 

Price: $300+ USD per night

If you do a search for Arizona glamping, the odds are you’ll come across endless links and top reviews of Under Canvas Grand Canyon – and they really do offer the best Arizona glamping experience! The luxury glamping company allows you to experience the great natural wonders of the USA, in destinations such as Montana, Utah, Tennessee and Arizona. Like other Under Canvas locations, the Grand Canyon luxury glampsite is solar powered and sustainable and on 160 acres of majestic Arizona land. Enjoy on-site dining, daily housekeeping, tranquil gardens, fire pits with s’mores and other camp activities. You can’t get closer to the Grand Canyon – it’s just 25 minutes to the south rim. Under Canvas Grand Canyon operates from April to October annually and is an absolute MUST. 

Guest review: “We stayed in the stargazing tent with all the facilities you would wish for (bathroom, toilet, a very comfortable bed). As a family of three we all wanted to see the stars at night, and we all fitted in the bed! The facilities on the property were excellent: dinner and breakfast were great.” – Ellen


2) Out of Africa Glamping Safari – Virunga Tent

“The Best Luxury Arizona Glamping”

Location: Camp Verde, AZ 

Price: $300+ USD per night

Glamping is glamorous camping by definition, and the “Out of Africa” safari glampsite is the best luxury Arizona glamping experience – and the only one where you’ll wake up surrounded by actual wild animals! They have a range of luxe tents available, but I love this “Virunga” tent the most. The luxury canvas tent features a comfortable bed and other furniture, and there are communal bathrooms and fire pits. Non-predatory African animals like giraffes and zebras roam the wildlife park and there’s a town right nearby. The tranquil town of Sedona is just 40 minutes away. It’s truly a special experience here and the staff can even book you excursions to further enrich your visit. 

Guest review: “This was an amazing first time glamping experience for my girlfriend and I. We had a wonderful time at the campsite with Sam. Sam is amazing! He will be there to provide whatever you need. Waking up to the beautiful site of rarely seen animals was such a site to see. I will definitely be returning.” – Faizah  

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3) Coral Pink Cowboy Horse Ranch Tipi w/ Jacuzzi

“The Best Cheap Arizona Glamping”

Location: Freedonia, AZ 

Price: $60+ USD per night

Want all the luxuries of glamping with more of a camping price point? This epic tipi near Freedonia is the best cheap Arizona glamping experience. For an affordable per-night price, the highly rated AirBNB is located on a remote mini animal ranch, and a stay includes a bed in the tipi, an outdoor shower and seating area, a propane stove, fire pit, a jacuzzi and wifi. There’s no cell service out here, but this is an opportunity to disconnect and reconnect with yourself. The property is on the Utah border of Arizona and promises amazing natural wonders, canyons and mesas. The Grand Canyon north rim is 90 miles away. 

Guest review: “Don and Cindy are great hosts and Michael was awesome to meet and get some local tips. Everything is very clean and tidy. Coral Pink Ranch is truly unique and we would most definitely stay again.” – Sofia 

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4) Grand Canyon RV Glamping

“The Best Arizona Glamping Near The Grand Canyon”

Location: Williams, AZ 

Price: $200+ USD per night

The Grand Canyon is Arizona’s biggest attraction, and one of the most famous natural destinations in the world – so imagine being able to glamp right near there! Grand Canyon RV Glamping offers you that rare opportunity. Located in the town of Williams, the RV’s are spacious and comfortable, with a sun terrace. Hiking, fishing and golfing are all enjoyable local activities, and you’ll be in one of the most majestic locations in all of Arizona. Williams is nestled between the Coconino National Forest and Prescott National Forest, and less than 60 minutes to the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff is 40 minutes away and the red rocks of Sedona are just over an hour. 

Guest review: ““Perfect for one night! Enough space for two couples, even the bathroom is fine. You can find a good equipped kitchen and a Welcome-Basket with water and some sweets. The staff is great and very friendly! It takes you an hour to go to the Grand Canyon from there.” – Franziska 

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5) Shash Dine’ EcoRetreat

“The Best Unique Arizona Glamping”

Location: Page, AZ

Price: $200+ USD per night

Experience the vast beauty of Arizona from the state’s most unique and mindful glamping destination. Shash Dine’ EcoRetreat is located on a working ranch that pays respect to the Navajo people through its operations. The glamping accommodations are available in all seasons except winter, and include high-quality tents and even sheepherder wagons. In winter they offer cabins with wood burning stoves. Many extras are included in your stay. From this northern pocket of Arizona, it’s a 12 mile drive to the nearby town of Page, and state attractions such as Horseshoe Bend and Marble Canyon. Shash Dine’ is an ethical glamping experience you’ll love. 

Guest review: “Amazing place and in my humble opinion, the only way to truly experience the beauty of the land. It’s in a working ranch and you get to visit the dogs and livestock here. The night sky is unparalleled and we spent hours looking up. Make sure you pack some bug spray though. There is no electricity or running water but you do get a battery to power a fan for six hours and solar lights. We didn’t need it at night though as the cabin cooled down naturally. The restrooms are very well maintained too.” – Aditya 

6) WHOLE HOME/PRIVATE Vintage Airstream @ Glampground

Location: Tucson, AZ 

Price: $70+ USD per night

This one bed Tucson Airstream is an alternative to glamping that is both budget-friendly and 5 star rated. The private AirBNB lodgings are parked in a friendly boutique campground, 10 minutes from Downtown Tucson. The Airstream spans 215 square feet and is a stylish little slice of vintage heaven. The campground also has many family-friendly amenities including a clubhouse, kitchen, movie room and pool. 

Guest review: “This airstream is super cute and I can’t wait to come back and stay again. Impeccably decorated and clean and el pais motel is quirky and fun in all the right ways.” – Melissa 

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7) Awe-mazing and lovable vintage glamper trailer 

Location: Phoenix, AZ  

Price: $60+ USD per night

Planning a city escape where you can still experience the freedom of glamping? This Phoenix vintage trailer is cheap, cheerful and has a host of rave reviews from AirBNB guests. The updated 1950’s trailer has a comfy bed, breakfast nook and heating and cooling, and your full bathroom and kitchen is just inside the host’s house. The location couldn’t be better, with the trailer parked up in close proximity to Phoenix’s hippest neighborhood, Melrose, and it’s many bars, restaurants and shops. 

Guest review: “This is such a cute camper! Perfect for my weekend of movies, snacks, and naps. Take note that the camper doesn’t have its own restroom, so you do have to enter the main house.” – Candida 

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8) Arizona Nordic Village  

Location: Coconino National Forest, AZ 

Price: $60+ USD per night

Just 15 miles from the Arizona town of Flagstaff, Arizona Nordic Village offers some of the states best glamping accommodations and is a popular wedding venue. There is a range of cabins and yurts available to rent, that vary in size to accommodate any group size from solo travelers to large families. The surrounding Coconino National Forest is a pristine natural pocket of Arizona. In winter, ski passes and lessons are available! 

Guest review: “We needed to get away from the grind and spend time in nature. The Nordic center had super clean and comfortable yurts in the woods. It was perfect! I highly recommend staying and getting some cross country skiing in!” – Brian 

9) Classy Glamping 

Location: Young, AZ  

Price: $80+ USD per night

Classy Glamping offers an unparalleled luxury camping experience on a beautiful vineyard in Young, Arizona. There are a range of amazing bell tents on offer to suit any budget or group size, all featuring comfortable beds, A/C and heating, mini fridges and their own fire pit. The surrounding mountain views are breathtaking and promise the ultimate sunrises and sunsets. Why not plan a unique wedding to remember and book your big day here – it’s one of their specialities!

Guest review: “Clean, comfortable, fantastic dining experience with gorgeous views to boot!” – Trish 


10) Ravens Way Patagonia 

Location: Sky Islands, AZ 

Price: $100+ USD per night

Ravens Way is a 42 acre safari tent camp and nature sanctuary located on the exotic Sky Islands of Arizona. Their mission is to live sustainably and offer visitors the change to learn skills and truly connect with nature. Their tent camp is African-inspired and luxurious, and there are only two tents in the entire sanctuary, so a stay here is a rare and special experience. Bird watch, learn survival skills, trek, learn about the local wildlife, or simply sit back and relax in this remote and unique part of the state. 

Guest review: “We had an outstanding experience. Getting back to nature in this pristine location was heavenly. We did not take advantage of the learning activities but will do so when we have more time. We did take advantage of the walking trails. I was able to take long walks and to meditate. Claudia and Victor were perfect hosts.” – Mary 

11) The Phoenix Dome 

Location: Phoenix, AZ 

Price: $150+ USD per night

While more of a house than glamping experience, I couldn’t leave The Phoenix Dome off this list. The 2700 square foot home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and offers amazing views from its incredibly unique dome design. There’s two patios and two decks, and native wild animals like coyotes and road runners roam the area. Downtown Phoenix is just minutes away, and you’ll also be right near Scottsdale, Tempe, Westgate and many other Arizona highlights.

Guest review: “Awesome property outside of the busy city area. The views of the mountains in the distance are breathtaking as well as the sunsets off the back patios. Would certainly recommend the property to any one. After this year we would like to make an annual trip to AZ and we wouldn’t hesitate for a second to look Sue up to stay at the dome again!” – Eric 

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12) Retro Living on Wheels

Location: Tempe, AZ 

Price: $75+ USD per night

The sunny Arizona city of Tempe is a compact yet charming destination, and this super cute retro trailer is one of the city’s highest rated AirBNBs. The private digs in a great hosts backyard have been remodelled, and boasts modern amenities and on trend decor. There’s a kitchen, bathroom and a number of beds inside. The trailer is located in a neighborhood that is walking distance to the Tempe campus of Arizona State University, and some awesome cafes and bars. Tempe here we come! 

Guest review: “A well retro-fitted urban travel trailer! A nice break from the normal, tried and true standard fare, had five lovely days in the trailer. Nick is super responsive and helpful. Despite being a trailer, fully functional kitchen, bathroom, etc., just compact, as one might suspect. If you are taller than 5’9″ you’ll need to stoop a bit in the shower, but otherwise, everything was quite comfortable and worked great for my trip.” – Dayna 

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13) Tipi Camping near the Chiricahua National Monument

Location: Cochise County, AZ 

Price: $75+ USD per night

Peaceful, private and authentic, this 20 foot Sioux tipi is a unique way to experience glamping in Arizona. The tipi is a rustic way to connect with the great outdoors, and you’ll need to bring your sleeping bag. There’s a BBQ, propane and wood fireplaces, couches and the spacious tent can sleep up to eight. There’s a porta potty in close proximity. The tipi is located in Cochise County, 20 minutes from Chiricahua National Monument and 45 minutes from the famous Western town of Tombstone. Super remote and tranquil – the ideal place to disconnect and regenerate under the Arizona stars. 

Guest review: “This is such a great and unique location. Spending a night in AJ’s tipi was one of the coolest things we did on our Southwest road trip. We stayed in February and while it was cold outside a simple propane heater inside kept us warm, the bedding mats and pillows were comforting, and with our own sleeping bags, the whole experience was perfect. We comfortably slept a group of 4 inside. The location is a bit remote, but for us, that was a big plus. AJ provided grills and cooking utensils and we had the most awesome late night meal of our trip under the night sky. Getting up at 3 am to see the stars was amazing. Such an incredible view of the sky. Sunrise too was amazing. The proximity to the Chiricahua Monument made us curious, so we went, and that too was out of this world awesome. A must hiking destination and a landscape you just can’t believe. AJ was friendly and attentive and we can highly recommend you give his great tipi and location a try for yourself. Loved it!” – Mark 

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14) Cave, Yurt, Bubble and Other Glamping Adventures

Location: Sedona, AZ 

Price: $150+ USD per night

Nestled against the backdrop of Sedona’s majestic red rocks, you can choose from a range of unique glamping experiences. Bed down in a stargazing bubble, a bohemian yurt or a cozy cave – you can choose your own adventure! Sedona is renowned for being a new age, spiritual destination, and this is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of the powerful and restorative landscape.  

Guest review: ““Great adventure/ experience. Stayed in a bubble near Rimrock which is a drive away from Sedona. Got to fall asleep watching the stars, had a great sleep, and woke up to the beautiful sunrise.” – Allison 

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15) ThunderHorse Ranch— Rustic Glamping #3

Location: Sierra Vista, AZ 

Price: $80+ USD per night

This one bed Arizona glamping tent is nestled on a working ranch in Sierra Vista and managed by friendly hosts who want you to have the best experience possible. The spacious tents have a queen size bed, meals area, wifi and winter heating. This stunning region is ideal for hiking, biking or sightseeing, and the famous towns of Tombstone and Bisbee are both just 30 minutes away. Stock up on essentials in the nearest town, just 10 miles away. With that being said, your own reliable transportation is a necessity here! 

Guest review: “LouAnn and Ray were great hosts. She showed us around when we arrived and made us feel at home, provided us with amazing breakfast and recommendations for what is around town. The location is great for countryside lovers with a spacious, well equipped tent! I highly recommend the stay.” – Mouna 

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Arizona Tours & Experiences To Check Out 

Few states offer the unique natural landscapes that Arizona does, and the state is the location of such famous desert destinations as the Grand Canyon and Broken Arrow, as well as being home to some of our most iconic native creatures. Experience the best of Arizona with these bestselling Arizona tours and experiences. Book via my links and secure your spot today.

Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Bus Tour & Optional Skywalk Ticket

Location: From Las Vegas, NV 

“Experience the beauty of the Grand Canyon West on a bus tour from Las Vegas Discover nature’s miracle at locations such as Guano Point and Eagle Point. Enjoy the Skywalk views of the Grand Canyon, then, stop at the Hoover Dam to take souvenir photos.”

Price: From $490 USD (10 hours) 

Review: “The tour was amazing! Really informative and our guide mitch was funny and full of useful and useless facts! Haha! Grand Canyon is definitely one not to be missed when you visit Vegas!” – Rebecca, United Kingdom 

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 Balloon Ride Over Native Saguaro Cactus

Location: Phoenix, AZ 

“Before the sun rises and the warm sun starts to heat the cold sandy desert floor, you’ll be floating thousands of feet in the sky.  You’ll fly over 300 year old cactuses and watch the desert awake from it’s nightly slumber from an amazing point of view.   You’ll enjoy an hour flight, land softly, and spend some time celebrating your experience with champagne and chocolates.”

Price: From $300 USD per person (3 hours) 

Review: “This is the experience to try! There were a few other air balloons up the morning of my flight but there were only 3 guests on this flight (not including Shawn) which was amazing because there were other flights with a ton more people. The flight was so smooth and the views were amazing! If I end up in the area again I would absolutely take another flight.” – Melissa 

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Stand Up Paddleboard & See Wild Horses

Location: Mesa, AZ

“You’ll learn the basics, take in the sights, and have a very memorable experience!  The current will take us 4 – 7 miles while keeping our eyes open for the majestic wild horses, bald eagles, cows, birds, deer,  javelina and the elusive river otters. We will stop halfway for photos & snacks.”

Price: From $120 USD per person (3 hours) 

Review: “Had so much fun! Would never have been able to do this without him. Had so much knowledge about the river and kept us safe. Plus took awesome pictures and videos of our group! Had so much fun and would do it over and over!” – Danielle 

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 Broken Arrow and Scenic Rim 3-Hour Combo from Sedona

Location: Sedona, AZ 

“Take a 4×4 Jeep experience that will leave you breathless. Take a ride along the scenic Broken Arrow tour, with plenty of natural beauty. Then, hold on tight for a heart-pounding climb up to Mogollon Rim.”

Price: From $300 USD (3 hours) 

Review: “Had done this trip several years ago but decided to do it again. It was awesome. Mike was a great guide. He told us many interesting things about the Sedona area and he made the trip a lot of fun as well. Pink Jeep Tours are the best!!!” – Howard, United States 

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Did I leave out any epic Arizona glamping destinations? 

If I’ve missed any top rated Arizona glamping destinations and you think they deserve to be on my list, don’t hesitate in reaching out to me. You can find me on Facebook and Instagram or directly at my email address. 

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Planning a trip to Arizona?

Arizona is such a cool state, I’ve made it a priority to build my collection of Arizona content. Below are some links to my Arizona lists and guides, and I’ve also linked to some other great content for surrounding states. Maybe it’s time to start planning a big trip to this jawdropping part of the world…

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Final thoughts on glamping in Arizona…

Glamping in Arizona seriously sets the luxury camping benchmark high. And with a desert backdrop that’s made for an incredible outdoor lifestyle, why wouldn’t it be? If you stay at any of these Arizona glamping digs, tell me about your experience! Who knows, I might see you there…

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