Jen's sheep caravan was beyond incredible. John (my fiancee) and I were greeted by a herd of sheep making their way across the knoll at sunset as w...
Jen's sheep caravan was beyond incredible. John (my fiancee) and I were greeted by a herd of sheep making t...
Description of Glamping Units
These two comfortable caravan rentals sit side-by-side near Zion National Park, Utah, and can accommodate six guests. The first caravan has a bed that sleeps two. In the second caravan, guests will find a bed for two on top, with an additional pull-out bed on the bottom. There is also an adorable table where four people can comfortably sit. Outside, a shared walk-in solar shower is available, as well as an outhouse toilet. Linens and towels are provided.
A shared common area holds a wood-fire stove, as well as a small kitchen area with dishes, pots, pans, plates, cups, utensils, propane, firewood, and a cooler. The caravans are settled on a gorgeous, sprawling meadow with views of Southern Utah's cliffs in the distance. There is a fire pit that glampers are welcome to use, as well as a horseshoe pit and multiple hammocks hanging through the property. Read More
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Solar lanterns
- Tea kettle
- Towels provided
- Wood-burning stove
The property is defined by gorgeous meadows, and there are hammocks throughout the site. Glampers are welcome to gather around the fire pit or play at the horseshoe pit. There is even a walk-in solar shower for rinsing off after a day of adventure, and a convenient picnic table for taking meals.
- Fire pit
- Patio furniture
Location + Surroundings
These two cozy caravans sit on the edge of a sprawling meadow overlooking the pink and white Southern Utah cliffs. The endless skies will mesmerize visitors, with their puffy clouds and blankets of stars. Zion National Park, a nature preserve famed for Zion Canyon’s sharp red cliffs, is just 16 miles away from the property. Guests are welcome to hike the property in search of wildlife, photograph the landscape, or relax and watch the cows graze as the sun sets. The nearest town is Springdale, where guest can pop by for local restaurants, shops, and bars. Read More
- Cattle herding
- Wildlife viewing
Guests of this Southern Utah oasis can go hiking in nearby Zion National Park, where there are endless incredible trails through the red cliffs, as well as down the Virgin River to the Emerald Pools. It is an ideal place for mountain biking, with both Pa'rus Trail and Zion Canyon Scenic Drive open to bikes. The park's shuttles have bike racks, making bike adventures even easier. Birders will fall in love with Zion National Park, which boasts 291 species of birds. There are even bird checklists available at visitor centers. Canyoneering is another fantastic use of the red cliffs, where glampers can scramble their way through the mind-blowing scenery. Zion is also a climber's paradise, where guests can put their skills to the test. Horseback rides are also available, providing gorgeous views at a leisurely pace.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
Pets are permitted; please inquire with the host when submitting a booking request.
Smoking is not allowed.
There is a $150 security deposit hold on the guest;'s card. This is released to the guest considering no damages are to be charged.