Planning a trip to Utah? Glamping is where it’s at. This is the ultimate list of the best glamping experiences in Utah for a trip you’ll never forget…

Zion. Arches. Bryce Canyon. Capitol Reef. Canyonlands. 

Known as Utah’s “Mighty Five”, these national parks draw visitors in year-round, thanks to their raw beauty that is unique to this western U.S state. 

No matter where you are in Utah, you’re guaranteed a glorious vista and memorable experience isn’t too far away. 

Luxury Utah Glamping


Glamping companies across Utah are making the most of the majestic landscape that surrounds them, and as a result, a range of diverse Utah glampsites are popping up across the US state. In turn, those looking to escape the city grind for the rustic beauty of Utah’s great outdoors are camping in luxury under a million stars.  

I have shortlisted the 13 best Utah glamping destinations that are guaranteed to see you returning again and again. 

Now – let’s go west!

Luxury Glamping in Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah.

Quick Breakdown of Utah Glamping

Utah has so many different glamping experiences, so I’ve narrowed down the five best glampsites in Utah to suit a range of styles, budgets and locations. Book via my links or keep scrolling for more standout glamping experiences in Utah. 

I have included video guides of the glampsites that made the cut throughout this list, which will give you a first-hand look at where you’ll be resting your head in the wilds of Utah. Stay tuned for the end of the list as I’ve linked my other exciting glamping content as well as Utah blogs. If you’re sticking around Utah for while, be sure to check out THE 17 COOLEST & BEST AIRBNB SALT LAKE CITY VACATION RENTALS.

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Zion National Park, Utah.

1) Zion Glamping Adventures  

“The Best Overall Utah Glamping”

Location: Hildale, Utah 

Price: $125+ USD per night

I chose Zion Glamping Adventures as the overall best Utah glamping site as it is not only well-situated, well-equipped and comfortable, but it also offers affordable glamping experiences for groups of all sizes. The glamping tents are nestled in their own private canyon close to the majestic Zion National Park as well as other Utah landmarks, and each tent is cozy, well furnished and ultra private. Zion Glamping Adventures can even organized other tours and experiences for you, like jeep tours, cattle drives, hiking and so much more!

Guest review: “We had an awesome time here! Fred and Shane are both super awesome people, really friendly, and really accommodating. They are continuously adding new features to their campsite. They own the mountain side and sounds like they have some awesome plans for the future! By the sound of it there will be places for everyone to stay. We stayed in one of the tepees with a queen bed. There was a couch inside, a nice shady tree area outside, a grill, and your own private fire pit with chairs. They also have a communal area which was nice to sit by the fire and get to know the other guests This location is gorgeous, the views at night are really great. You can see every star in the sky. If you go right down the road there is a 2 hour hiking trail called Water Canyon Trail (if you do the full loop it is like 6 hours) at the mid point of the hike there is spring water coming out of the rocks that you can drink. Seriously the best water I have ever had, it is extremely refreshing. If you also take a 30 min drive you can see some really cool coral pink sand dunes. I suggest having Fred take you out on the 4-wheeler! It was a blast. The other huge plus is that this campsite is centrally located between Zion, Bryce, and the Grand Canyon. Zion is about an hour away, Bryce and hour and a half, and the Grand Canyon North Rim is about two hours. It is a really awesome spot to camp for several days and do day trips to each National Park.”


2) Escalante Yurts

“The Best Luxury Utah Glamping”

Location: Escalante, Utah 

Price: $400+ USD per night

A stay at Escalante Yurts in Escalante, Utah, is worth every penny, and it’s easily the best luxury Utah glamping experience there is. Priding themselves on being a glampsite that operates with all the comforts of a bed and breakfast, the yurts on offer are stylish, well-equipped and peacefully located. This pocket of Utah is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the USA, and after a day of exploring its endless natural wonders, you’ll love coming back to your luxury yurt under the stars. 

Guest review: “Do not miss a chance to stay here! I wish we had more time to enjoy these amazing accommodations. Our family stayed in the Cottonwood Yurt and it was AMAZING. Scones, fruit, breakfast burritos, quiche – not to mention the super comfortable beds and living space. We have to go back, no doubt about it! The area was quiet, well cared for and fun! Did I mention the view of the stars? Seriously – this is a fantastic place to stay if you’re in the Escalante area. Worth every penny!” – Carver Family 

3) OK RV Park Family Tipi OK1 

“The Best Cheap Utah Glamping”

Location: Moab, Utah 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: Yes

Price: $100+ USD per night

Glamping in Utah doesn’t have to put you in the hole financially. This family tipi at OK RV Park in Moab is furnished, comfortable and located in one of Moab’s best RV parks. The custom made tipi has two beds – enough to sleep a family – and you’ll have your own fire pit, outdoor seating and table, outdoor sink, grill and even a laundry. You’ll be located just five miles from Downtown Moab and 12 miles from the famous Arches National Park that makes Moab so popular. A unique and budget-friendly experience for the entire family. 

Guest review: “Very cozy, comfy! This teepee was so nice! Two very comfy beds, tv, extra towels, plenty of lighting. The a/c they provide are two swamp coolers, they will blow cold air, but don’t expect a window unit. This site is right next to the bathrooms and showers, which is convenient. And the stars at night are amazing! Highly recommend.” – Jillian 

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4) Under Canvas Moab 

“The Best Utah Glamping in Moab”

Location: Moab, Utah 

Price: $300+ USD per night

The Utah destination of Moab is one of the state’s most famous natural locations, home to Arches National Park and its iconic sandstone formation, and Under Canvas Moab is the best glamping experience around these parts. Under Canvas is already one of the States’ leading glamping companies, with locations in some of the most awe-inspiring locations, and their Moab glampsite is just as fantastic. Operating from June to October, their canvas tents are tucked away on a sprawling rock landscape, and include high-end furnishings, daily housekeeping, picnic areas and grills, fire pits with s’mores included, camp activities and so much more. You’ll also be sleeping just a few miles from Arches National Park. 

Guest review: “This was one of the best vacations we have ever taken! I went into the weekend with an open mind and it far surpassed any expectation. The staff was a huge piece of the success! They were so kind and helpful and gave us the perfect hike recommendation. They greeted us and got us set up, they kept the grounds beautifully kept, and they were SO nice to our dog. The grills were brand new, never used before and the bathrooms were spotless. The beds were beyond comfortable and very warm. There was very little light pollution so the stars were amazing. Truly no cons about the weekend other than having to leave.” – Brenda 


5) Conestoga Ranch 

“The Best Unique Utah Glamping”

Location: Garden City, Utah 

Price: $200+ USD per night

Conestoga Ranch puts on a unique Utah glamping experience like no other. The ranch, located near Garden City and just a few hours drive from Salt Lake City, has a range of glamping tents and wagons that will give your road trip a nostalgic twist. Their Royal and Grand Tents even have their own bathrooms for an added touch of luxury. If you’re on a tighter budget, opt for a stay in a Traditional Tent, and if the whole family is along for the ride, stay in one of their whimsical family wagons. There is also activities and a restaurant on the property. This is the place to choose your own glamping adventure!

Guest review: “We loved staying at Conestoga Ranch! The service was amazing and the food at the restaurant was delicious. The staff was friendly and lit our fire every night. The tents were comfortable and the bathrooms were kept amazingly clean. We would love to go back!”  – Brooke 

6) Capitol Reef Resort 

Location: Torrey, Utah 

Price: $200+ USD per night

Set on 58 pristine acres in Torrey, Utah, Capitol Reef Resort is a fantastic all-round glamping experience for couples, families or groups. Located on the precipice of the gorgeous Capitol Reef National Park, the resort offers a range of glamping options, including cabins, wagons and teepees. The resort is equipped with an epic outdoor pool and hot tub, a restaurant, llamas and horses and atmospheric outdoor fire pits the staff light up each night to snuggle up around with s’mores. What more could you ask for?

Guest review: “We enjoyed our stay here. The surroundings are amazing to just sit and watch the sun rise or fall behind the rock formations. The cabins are well set out and kept us nice and warm on a chilly night. The fire pit gets lit each night so you can sit around and meet your neighbors while enjoying an amazing view of the rock formations. Location wise its a bit out of town but that is great for some peace and quiet, not that you would find too much other than peace and quiet in Torrey. We would certainly stay here again.” – Dave 


7) Under Canvas Zion 

Location: Virgin, Utah 

Price: $270+ USD per night

Another standout glamping experience from the team at Under Canvas, this time with Zion National Park as your backdrop. Operating from June to November, the remote glampsite offers all the high end bells and whistles of other Under Canvas sites, with luxury safari tents set up under a million stars. There’s also a restaurant on-site, a fire pit with s’mores included and camp activities organized by the fun crew who hold down the fort. It’s just 20 miles from the entrance to Utah’s incredible Zion National Park.

Guest review: “Our tent was perfect! The bed was amazing! Staff was great! We loved our meal. Played games and had s’mores. Highly recommend to anyone looking to relax and experience something new. Not a camper, so this was a treat! Can’t wait to go back!” – Michelle 

8) Zion Backcountry Glamping

Location: Orderville, Utah 

Price: Contact for rates

Another incredible glamping destination in Utah’s jaw-droppingly beautiful Zion National Park, Zion Backcountry Glamping offers stylish and comfortable glamping yurts  just three miles from the iconic national park. Their mission is to offer you a memorable experience, with minimal noise or light pollution to ensure you really enjoy the peace of this tranquil spot, and can camp out under a million stars. The family-run business has been thrilling guests since its inception, and offers a unique, family-friendly experience that will leave you with fond memories for years to come. 

Guest review: “Amazing!  If you want to “unplug”,  this is it.  Might be the darkest, most quite place we’ve ever been, beautiful surroundings and star gazing at the highest level.  We are a family of 4, our kids were fascinated and can’t wait to go back again.  Jen truly has thought of everything to make it a wonderful experience.  We also stayed at the “Sheep Camp”, which was just as incredible, can’t go wrong with either one, enjoy…” – Klaus 


9) Zion Luxury Camping

Location: Hildale, Utah 

Price: $130+ USD per night

Zion is where its at to glamp in Utah, and Zion Luxury Camping is yet another company throwing their hat in the ring and offering a five star experience at an affordable price. Their cozy glamping tents look out to the red cliffs of this stunning landscape, and the bathrooms and showers are just steps away for convenience. Light a fire, put your feet up and gaze up at the stars out here – you’ve never seen so many I guarantee it! Within two hours of Zion Luxury Camping, there are five national parks to explore, including Zion, which is sits near the entrance of. 

Guest review: “This was a wonderful place to stay! All these reviews are saying it isn’t “luxurious”, well it sure is if you are used to going camping and doing everything yourself! They bring a pile of firewood at your request via an awesome text back messaging system they have. There is an amazing bed and blankets provided. Bathrooms are beautiful and extremely clean. I loved the incredible views. 5/5 any day of the week.” – Chelsea 

10) The Domes at Canyonlands

Location: Monticello, Utah 

AirBNB Plus: No

Superhost: Yes

Price: $300+ USD per night

A newcomer to Airbnb Utah and guaranteed to be a hit, this large three bed yurt offers a luxurious getaway in a unique “Dome Village”. This dome yurt offers deluxe bedding, kitchen appliances, a private bathroom with shower and a grill to cook up a storm outside. The list of fun activities out this way are endless. Fish at the many local lakes, enjoy jeep or ATV tours of surrounding trails or visit Canyonlands National Park – the great outdoors are beckoning!

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11) Zion Wildflower Resort 

Location: Virgin, Utah 

Price: $250+ USD per night

Zion Wildflower Resort is yet another Zion glamping experience guests are raving about. The brand new and exciting resort is located just minutes from the entrance to Zion National Park, and offers a range of chic lodgings to suit any budget. Their canvas glamping tents and covered wagons include luxury beds and furnishings, and the resort itself has a range of activities to suit guests of any age. Sit by your private fire pit, swing in a hammock, get involved in yard games or head out to explore Zion’s majestic landscapes. The views here are out of this world. 

Guest review: “Took our family to Zion Wildflower and stayed in one of the amazing tents. It was PERFECT!! The tent was so spacious and fit our family of 5 easily and the kids were in Heaven running around and playing all over the resort. There are fun outdoor yard games that the kids loved and it was such a relaxing environment. The details in the tent were beautiful and the stringed lights were our favorite. So fun to be in a beautiful nature setting but still enjoying a comfortable night sleep :)” – Laura 


12) Glamping Tent #10 (2 Queen Beds)

Location: Orderville, Utah 

AirBNB Plus: No

Superhost: Yes

Price: $125+ USD per night

This epic glamping tent is located within East Zion Resort, which is dipping its toe in the world of luxury glamping and impressing guests at every turn. The sprawling tent has way more room than your standard glamping tent, and boasts two queen beds, its own bathroom , a fire pit, grill and even air conditioning for those hot Utah summers days and nights. Look out from your roomy deck across acres of pristine Utah countryside. The resort also has a swimming pool and hot tubs that you’ll enjoy full use of as well. 

Guest review: “We had an incredible time at this little resort. The glamping tent was absolutely amazing, so comfortable — they have seriously thought of everything to make their guests feel at home. The little stylish, themed touches throughout really demonstrate how thoughtful the owners have been toward providing a truly special experience. The tent was sparkling clean, the bathroom was just perfect and the kitchenette area had everything we needed. And the beds and linens were a dream! Our two boys especially loved the fireplace, marshmallow roasting sticks that were provided and swimming in the fantastic pool. We can’t wait to go back!” – Miranda 

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13) Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort

Location: Orderville, Utah 

Price: $150+ USD per night

Zion Ponderosa Resort offers cozy glamping tents and cowboy cabins that really fit in with the vast desert landscape out here. Their tents and wagons have all the comforts of home and are fully furnished and stylish, with their own fire pit, deck, picnic table and grill. They are even equipped with wifi. You don’t even have to leave the resort to have a great vacation. There’s restaurants and bars on-site, a team of five-star staff and some exceptional sunset photo ops. Zion National Park is just a few miles away. 

Guest review: “We had so much fun at the Zion’s Ponderosa. We stayed in both their Glamping and Cowboy Cabins. Both were clean and well maintained. Its very close to Zion’s park which made it easy to go on all the hikes we wanted. They also have a lot of fun activities at the resort to keep anyone busy. We did the Sunset Horseback riding. The young women who took us were amazing. We will defiantly be going back.” – Kit 


Utah Tours & Experiences 

Utah is an outdoor wonderland with so much to see and explore. These Utah tours and experiences are some of the most highly rated and bestselling in the state. 

Moab: Sound and Light Show with Dinner

“Enjoy a cowboy-style dinner and slow-moving evening boat ride on a calm part of the Colorado River. Watch an incredible sound and light show which describes the story of the canyon’s creation projected onto the rock face above the river.”

Price: From $100 USD (3 hours) 

Review: “The food and service was great! Had a nice gentle boat ride where the guide gave us a lot of information about the canyon (including many fun features and shapes), Moab and the surrounding area. I was really impressed with this event and look forward to doing it again with more of my family.” – Ryan 

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Arches National Park, Moab, Utah.

Zion Alpacas and friends

“Welcome to Zion Alpacas! If your an animal lover, this is the experience for you! Must be 8 years of age or older for this interactive experience! Come feed alpacas, brush mini highland cows, hug mini donkeys, give belly rubs to mini pigs, and hang out with Pygmy goats! Please use Apple Maps when coming to the experience as google sometimes takes people to the wrong location. If you need directions you can message me! Photos are encouraged and any questions will be answered! Feel free follow zionalpacas on Facebook and Instagram to see what’s new!”

Price: From $50 USD per person (1 hour)

Review: “Amy was amazing! She was so kind and passionate about her animals. My Bf and I had a wonderful experience playing with the animals and chatting with Amy. 10/10 recommend this experience, you won’t regret it! Also she has a Airbnb stay on her property very close to Zion NP. Totally staying there next visit!” – Casee 

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Glamping in Utah

Zion National Park, Utah.


Snow Shoe Under The Stars

“Come experience the the beautiful night skies in the mountains. You will hike through the backcountry of the Wasatch Mountain Range, through Aspen glades and gently rolling meadows. Generally the tours are one to two hours long. We can customize any length tour for you and your group.”

Price: From $125 USD per person (2 hours) 

Review: “If you’re visiting Park City, definitely add this experience to your list. Shawn was delightful, kind, incredibly knowledgeable with a list of credentials to support it. He was also so humble. I would wholeheartedly recommend this if you’re looking for a different experience.” – Shannon 

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Did I miss any top Utah glamping sites?

Utah is home to some of the best glamping experiences in the entire United States, and new glampsites are popping up every week. If you have stayed at a stellar Utah glamping site that I missed off my list – or you manage you – reach out! I’ll check it out to see if I can add it to my list!

Cheap Glamping in Utah


Planning a glamping trip to the USA?

Glamping is the hottest way to see the vast beauty of the United States, and I’ve been hard at work putting together some great glamping lists to inspire your next road trip. From the West Coast to the East Coast – and everywhere in between – these are some of my American glamping shortlists.

Zion Utah Glamping

Final thoughts on Utah glamping…

I knew Utah glamping would be incredible, and I was not disappointed! With a backdrop that offers such natural wonders as Zion and Moab, you’re guaranteed a getaway unlike any other. While my Utah glamping list mostly takes you out to the wilds of the state, I highly recommend checking out the cities and towns of Utah as there are hidden gems everywhere. Enjoy your trip – and don’t forget to pack the s’mores!

Moab Utah Glamping

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