Tents, Cabins and More—Glamping When Your’re Not Camping

The View Hotel Monument Valley

The View Hotel is a Navajo owned business located within the Navajo Tribal park at Monument Valley. Here you can rent hotel rooms with views of the valley, stay in their RV campsite or rent a cabin with spectacular views where you can watch the sun set from your own porch. We rented a premium cabin even though we were traveling in an RV, just to splurge for a night. It was well worth it.

Under Canvas, Moab

Under Canvas has locations in Moab Utah, Zion, Grand Canyon, Mount Rushmore and more opening soon. These tents range in price with some including their own bathrooms and showers. We opted to splurge for a Delux tent for one of our nights in Moab and we loved it. They also have tours you can take part in and we were big fans of the free make your own s’mores set up.

Campbell House, Joshua Tree

The Campbell House is a great bed and breakfast with large spacious rooms and great breakfasts. This is definitely Glamping and Joshua Tree is a great girls trip. All of the rooms outside of the main house have their own outdoor seating area and there’s a swimming pool on site. Great hospitality and really beautiful rooms make this Bed and Breakfast one of our favorites.

Tipi Village Monument Valley

Monument Valley Tipi Village has actual Tipis you can sleep in as well as one Octagon cabin with its own private picnic area. We really enjoyed staying in the octagon cabin even though the skylight does let in a lot of light which wakes you up at the crack of dawn.

Stovepipe Wells Death Valley

Stovepipe Wells motel is close enough to Mesquite Dunes to see from your room. This is a no frills motel but the rooms are spacious and clean and there’s a restaurant on site that serves amazing cornbread. It’s a great central location for getting around Death Valley and definitely our favorite.

Zion Backcountry Yurt

Zion Backcountry Yurt is 45 minutes from Zion, an epic escape for those who want something unique