17 Places To Go Glamping In Arizona

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With 22 national parks and monuments and 35 state parks, Arizona has an impressive range of landscapes. From the Grand Canyon, one of the world’s seven natural wonders, to the Sonoran Desert, the only place where you will find saguaro cactus, to the Coconino National Forest, where you will find the largest Ponderosa Pine forest in the world. The state is home to two famous waterfalls, Grand Falls and Havasu Falls, and seven sky islands, or peaks above 3,000 ft (914 m), thrusting towards the sky from the low-lying terrain below.

The Grand Canyon State is a magnet for adventure lovers who revel in its natural beauty. So it’s not surprising that camping tops the list of activities in Arizona. But, if you can’t bear the thought of roughing it, the good news is there’s a choice of glamping tents, pods and RVs where you can camp in style. Here are some places to go glamping in Arizona to help you plan your next getaway.

Glamping In Arizona

Glamping In Arizona – Grand Canyon

1- Clear Sky Resorts

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Clear Sky Resorts has a range of fun accommodation for your next Arizona glamping vacation. Photo: Clear Sky Resorts. 

Clear Sky Resorts near Grand Canyon National Park has luxuriously furnished themed Sky Domes that offer a glamping experience with amenities you’d expect in a hotel.

Domes have large windows and skylights for stargazing while lying in bed and come with ensuite bathrooms and nice touches such as slippers and bathrobes.

There are seven different themes to inspire your stay, from Grand Canyon-inspired domes to domes inspired by 80’s video game themes.


Fall asleep in a Stairway to the Stars dome, with its spiral staircase and suspended bed.

The British Secret Agent domes are decked out with Goldfinger-style chairs, a red London phone booth and a Q-inspired bed with Bluetooth speakers.

There’s a restaurant, a children’s playground on the property and free Wi-Fi.

Guests at Clear Sky Resorts will enjoy activities in and around Valle, like hiking.

Clear Sky Resorts is at 629 Highgrove Road, Valle, AZ 86046.

2- Under Canvas Grand Canyon

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Under Canvas Grand Canyon offers tents that offers an Arizona glamping experience in nature. Photo: supplied by Under Canvas.

Under Canvas treats you to a stunning remote location and world-class service in the middle of nowhere at their upscale accommodation in the Grand Canyon.

Deluxe glamping tents come with attached bathrooms and private showers.

The campsite is dog friendly and there are plenty of on-site and off-site activities to fill your day.

From stargazing in the evening to story sessions around their s’more station, expect to unplug from urban life (literally, as there is no Wi-Fi there).

It’s the perfect glamping spot in Arizona to leave your worries at home and embrace the beauty and tranquillity of nature.

Under Canvas Grand Canyon is at 979 Airpark Ln, Grand Canyon Junction, AZ 86046.

3- Wander Camp Grand Canyon

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A tent at Wander Camp is a comfortable way to go glamping in Arizona. Photo: Wander Camp.

Located in Dark Sky Country, just outside the small town of Valle in Williams, this rustic glamping camp is a union of off-grid stay and outdoor immersion with all the contemporary homely comforts you will need.

There are four styles of glamping tents – King, Twin, Family and Triple.

Tents are cosy with bespoke furniture, comfy bedding and solar lanterns.

If you don’t want to bother preparing food, the good news is the property offers camp-style American food like pancakes and burgers.

There’s an adventure concierge who will design a day full of activities for you or help you get in touch with adventure tours.

The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is the nearest, and you can go on a hike there or drive your car to various viewpoints.

The Wander Camp Grand Canyon is at 5859 N Pleasant View Dr, Williams, AZ 86046.

4- Tentrr Grand Canyon Camping Under The Stars

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Go glamping in Arizona under the stars at Tentrr Grand Canyon. Photo: supplied.

This glamping site is for fans of remote camping.

Tentrr offers outdoor glamping accommodation by partnering with private and public landowners at off-the-grid locations that usually have no access to modern plumbing or electricity.

Campsites include safari-style canvas tents on a raised platform, either with queen or queen bunk beds, picnic tables, an outdoor fire pit, Adirondack chairs and heating.

Surrounded by mountains, you will love the wide-open space with magical sunsets and the Milkyway galaxy in the night’s sky.

This Tentrr Signature Site comes with a canvas tent, queen bed, memory foam mattress, propane heater, fire pit, campfire grill and Tentrr Loo.

Although the camp keeper doesn’t live on-site, he is on call and there’s excellent network coverage throughout the property.

Water is available nearby, and basic utensils are provided.

Tentrr Grand Canyon Camping Under The Stars is 45 minutes from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Williams, Arizona.

5- Grand Canyon RV Glamping

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While in Arizona, glamping in a kitted out RV is one of the experiences to remember. Photo: supplied.

Experience staying in an RV without the hassle of driving one.

Providing the perfect address to chase your summer adventures in the Grand Canyon, Sedona or Flagstaff, you can glamp in brand-new RVs that sleep up to six.

There’s a range of campers to choose from to fit all budgets and travel needs.

Interiors are upscale, with a full-sized kitchen and an attached bathroom with a bathtub.

Fitted with air conditions, a coffee maker, deck, patio, or balcony, you will get high-end hotel amenities while camping in natural surroundings.

Activities include whitewater rafting, mountain biking, horseback riding, sledding and skiing.

Grand Canyon RV Glamping is at 1060 N Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams, AZ 86046.

6- Shash Dine EcoRetreat

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Escape to nature at Shash Dine EcoRetreat, where you can go glamping in Arizona to experience the best of nature. Photo: supplied.

To sample an authentic taste of Navajo life, glamp at this unique family-run B&B located on a traditional Navajo farm.

This glamping spot in Arizona is a suitable base for exploring Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon.

Each accommodation unit is unique and includes canvas bell tents, sheep wagons, Navajo hogans (traditional mud huts) and modern cabins.

Combine the stark scenery with modern comforts like cosy bedding, outhouses for showering and food from an authentic tribal kitchen.

Shash Dine EcoRetreat is a 10-minute drive from Page at Hwy 89, Navajo Route 6211, Page, AZ 86040.

7- Arizona Luxury Expeditions

Feel like royalty on a safari trip where you camp in the wilderness of the Grand Canyon in complete luxury without having to lift a finger to do anything.

AZ Luxury Expeditions is a glamping outfitter that will take care of everything required for your entire Arizona glamping experience.

You travel with a glamping guide who will share their knowledge about the history, geology, animals and plants of the Grand Canyon.

They also take care of the tents, fitted with four-star comforts, and prepare your food.

All you have to do when you’re not hiking is sit back, relax and stargaze.

From comfy beds to wraps to keep you warm on cold nights, the tents have all amenities to make you feel like a king or queen.

Arizona Luxury Expeditions’ tents are set up just outside Kaibab National Forest near the Grand Canyon’s South Rim.

8- American Safari Camp

Finding luxurious accommodation in a remote location is a memorable experience, and American Safari Camp delivers admirably.

Their tenting accommodation is near Grand Canyon North Rim in Arizona in a pristine landscape, with a campsite sporting a clump of Ponderosa Pines and Aspen trees.

Canvas tents have three sleeping configurations – queen, twin or a bunk bed and each tent has a private toilet tent with a flushing toilet and wash station.

The common area is filled with games and books to keep kids busy while
personal guides design your day to deliver an adventure that you will love.

American Safari Camp’s tents are near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.

Glamping In Arizona Near Zion National Park

9- Juniper Grove Camp Zion

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Juniper Grove Camp Zion has tents for glamping in Arizona near Zion National Park. Photo: supplied.

Located in Colorado City in the mountains of Hildale, this glamping site in Arizona overlooks the remarkable red rocks of Zion National Park, which is one of Arizona’s stunning sights.

Tents are heated, and beddings and comforters are provided to keep you warm and relaxed at night.

Showers are available in shared bathrooms, and a hot tub soak at the end of a day of hiking is a huge bonus.

And you won’t be cut off from the world as they have Wi-Fi and cell service.

Rent ATV or can go hiking on the numerous trails around the campsite.

Juniper Grove Camp Zion is at Academy Ave, Colorado City, AZ 86021.

10- Cane Beds Corral Glamping

Feel like a pioneering explorer of the American Southwest while staying in luxurious tents pitched in the desert landscape of red-rock canyons.

Shower in the open or soak away the day’s grime in your private outdoor shower and bathtub.

Glamping tents have modern amenities like Wi-Fi, electricity, Smart Home Technology enabled by Google Home Speakers, Aireloom Mattress and top-of-the-line linen.

Their gas-powered fire pits allow easy fire startup, and you can cook all your camp food on two fully equipped gas grills with burner attachments.

Their brand-new bathhouse sports a canyon theme where you will feel like bathing in between two canyon walls.

An experiential stay indeed!

Cane Beds Corral Glamping is at 2805 S Lavoy Finicum Rd, Cane Beds, AZ 86022.

Glamping In Arizona Near Sedona

11- Verde Ranch Resort

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Book a family-sized tent at Verde Ranch Resort for your next glamping experience in Arizona. Photo: supplied.

Ditch a regular hotel stay without compromising on comfort at this luxurious RV resort not far from Sedona and Prescott.

Choose from upscale glamping units like Conestoga Covered Wagons for a western-themed stay and Safari Luxury Tents for a feel of Africa in Arizona.

Plush beds, bathhouses with western decor, climate-controlled accommodation and shared firepits are some of the nice touches that will make your glamping experience great.

There’s a pool, splash pad for kids and a spacious dog park for furry friends.

Verde Ranch Resort is at 1105 N Dreamcatcher Dr, Camp Verde, AZ 86322.

12- Classy Glamping Jackpot Ranch

When you glamp at Classy Glamping, you experience an oasis in the high desert with the Verde River close by with plenty of lush greenery.

Camp in upscale tents with private bathrooms, comfy beds with luxurious bedding and electricity.

The facilities at Jackpot Ranch will keep you busy.

You can rent their 6-seater ATV to explore the area off-roading style or rent kayaks and paddleboats at their back pond.

Kids will enjoy their playground and indoor game area, water slide and treehouse.

Located just off I-17, the Red Rocks of Sedona is the nearest attraction, and Flagstaff and Prescott are nearby.

Classy Glamping at Jackpot Ranch is at 2025 Reservation Loop Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86322.

13- Arizona Nordic Village

For an exciting winter adventure, get away from the grind of urban life and escape to a cosy yurt in the woods.

At Arizona Nordic Village, you’ll be able to go Nordic skiing. Traditional cross-country skiing is similar to walking or running while wearing skis.

Trails are suitable for beginners and skiing lessons are available to get you going.

Up in the mountain country of Flagstaff, Arizona Nordic Village offers several yurts along their 35-mile trail system.

Pick their backcountry yurts if you value privacy and don’t mind walking two miles from the parking lot.

They are perfect for a couple or can fit up to four guests and are in a meadow that offers unique wildlife sightings and splendid sunsets.

Campers who don’t want to walk the trail with their gear can opt for their front country yurts near the parking lot.

You can camp around the year and enjoy summer and winter outdoor activities.

Arizona Nordic Village is at 16848 US-180, Flagstaff, AZ 86001.

14- Tentrr Starlight Tent 1

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One of the joys of glamping in Arizona is the opportunity to gaze at the stars. Photo: supplied.

Enjoy desert camping in Holbrook and stay in a bell tent pitched in a large open field.

You will find a full-size mattress, hammock, clean linens, and pillows in the tent.

A sleeping bag and a propane heater are also provided for extra warmth.

All you need to bring is food, water and toilet paper.

There are three tents on-site and the chance to enjoy the desert without a crowd.

Spend your day visiting Petrified Forest National Park, Meteor Crater, Painted Desert and the Indian Ruins.

There are also abandoned Pony Express buildings from the 1800s within walking distance.

The location is perfect for stargazing on a clear night.

Starlight Tent 1 is at Holbrook, near Petrified Forest, Arizona.

Glamping In Arizona Near Phoenix

15- The Cozy Peach at Schnepf Farms

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A retro trailer at Schnepf Farms offers a step back into yesteryear and a fun way to glamp in Arizona. Photo: supplied.

Retro RV fans will want to try glamping in the middle of a peach farm in one of these nine renovated vintage Airstream trailers.

Interiors are furnished with essential creature comforts like air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs.

Relax in your own fenced grass yard and brick patio, or ride a vintage bicycle to explore the farm.

This working farm also has a seasonal market and a bakery where you can pick up freshly baked pastries like quiche, fresh bread and peach pie.

For a fully immersive experience, you can also participate in farming activities like planting seeds or picking veggies to take home.

The Cozy Peach at Schnepf Farms is at 24610 S. Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek, Arizona.

Glamping in Arizona Near Tucson

16- Sky Islands Glamping

It is not every day that you get an opportunity to live in one of the earth’s only 20 sky islands.

Near Patagonia Lake in southeastern Arizona, stay in African-style safari tents surrounded by soaring mountains intercepted by grasslands and desert landscapes.

Pitched in a Mesquite Woodland, alarm clocks are replaced by bird calls and concrete skyscrapers are replaced by trees.

Gorge on gorgeous views along with seasonal wild delicacies and organic produce from the property’s garden and orchards.

Sonoita Creek State Natural Area is just a few steps away from where you can self-design your outdoor adventures.

Sky Islands Glamping is in Patagonia, Arizona 85624. The Sky Islands are 50 miles south of Tucson along scenic highways 83 and 82.

17- Tentrr Mountain Retreat Mogollon Rim

Enjoy the views while glamping on a working cattle ranch at the base of the Mogollon Rim.

Located near Ponderosa Forest, with biking routes, wildlife watching and stargazing (the Mount Graham International Observatory is nearby), this is a Tentrr glamping base with lots to do. 

Tentree Mountain Retreat Mogollon Rim is in Clifton, Arizona. 

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Christina Pfeiffer
Christina Pfeiffer is a writer, photographer and video blogger based in Queensland, Australia. She has lived in three continents and her career as a travel journalist has taken her to all seven continents. Since 2003, she has contributed travel stories and photographs to mainstream media in Australia and around the world such as the Sydney Morning Herald, CNN Traveller, The Australian and the South China Morning Post. She has won many travel writing awards and is a full member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers.