Visiting Bryce Canyon National Park is a unique experience. Hiking among its fascinating hoodoos, also aptly called “fairy chimneys,” produces an eerie yet elated feeling at the sight of such unbelievable creations of capricious Mother Nature. Glampers staying in the vicinity of this spectacular park will enjoy not only the magic of these colorful spires but also the simple elegance of secluded cabins, equipped with all the comforts and amenities modern day campers desire. The location of these accommodations is ideal for exploring the surroundings on foot or horseback, and for engaging in more peaceful activities like bird watching, fishing and swimming in the Sevier River, a treat, especially for kids. In the evening, guests can watch the marvelous spectacle of the cliffs in the distance being bathed in the light of stunning sunsets and then gaze at the stars in one of the darkest skies in the country.