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Arizona glamping: What you need to know
Why Choose Glamping in Arizona?
A southwestern state in the U.S., Arizona is best known for the Grand Canyon. It is a land made for road trips, with much to see and lots of ground to cover!
Follow Route 66 through Flagstaff, drive through Jerome and see Arizona’s mines, visit the mesa-top Hopi villages that date back thousands of years, and of course, the showstoppers like the Grand Canyon. These colorful outdoor destinations that characterize Arizona leave a lasting impression and will indeed have you recounting your tales to friends and family.
Top Things to Do in Arizona
Glamping in Arizona means you can get a front-row seat to Mother Nature’s show. The regalness of the Grand Canyon, Arizona's saguaro-dotted deserts of Tucson, and the ancient red rocks of Sedona help make up Arizona’s wild landscapes.
In the southwest of the United States, Arizona’s terrain is dominated by deserts and canyons, with some forests and even a few ski mountains in the center.
No trip here would be complete without stopping in Sedona. Popular hikes in Sedona include the Cathedral Rock Hike, the Doe Mountain Trail, Fay Canyon, Boynton Canyon, and Devil’s Bridge Trail, plus many more.
Of course, we couldn’t write about Arizona without mentioning the renowned Grand Canyon. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon is easily accessible. Here you can hike, ride a mule, take a helicopter tour, or raft the Colorado River. The Grand Canyon is where you can find the famous North Rim, hikes like the Kaibab Trail to Cedar Ridge or Skeleton Point, Havasu Falls, and many more stunning treks and vantage points.
Head north to visit Horseshoe Bend, a famous hairpin turn of the Colorado River as it winds its way to the Grand Canyon. Monument Valley is another southwestern icon. The contrast between the barren landscape and the rock formations jutting skyward is stark, and Monument Valley’s epic beauty cannot be understated.
The last major desert landmark to make sure you visit would be Antelope Canyon. East of the town of Page, Antelope Canyon is a symphony of shapes and colors, textures and spaces where wind and water have carved through the sandstone over centuries.
There is so much more to see and do while in Arizona, meaning you will find yourself needing more time just to cover it all!
When is the Best Time to Visit Arizona?
Arizona’s weather is mild, with temperate seasons all year long and more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Meaning glamping in Arizona is the perfect experience.
December through March are popular times for exploring the cities, deserts, and national parks in the southern half of the state. Summers in the south are very hot, while the north has milder temperatures.
Generally, summer in Arizona displays lows around 65°F and highs above 100°F, and winters are cold with lows in the 40s and highs in the 60s.
No matter when you visit Arizona, you will find something here for the whole family all year round.
Is there luxury glamping in Arizona?
With a vast selection of glamping types, you will find plenty of luxurious rentals to enjoy in Arizona. This allows visitors to truly sit back and relax, all while taking in the magnificent surrounding landscapes.
Can you go stargazing glamping in Arizona?
You will find plenty of stargazing opportunities when visiting Arizona. This is an excellent way to spend your evenings with the whole family. Plus, we also have some amazing dome rentals available. These often have transparent walls and ceilings, providing the perfect place to spend your night stargazing.
Can you go glamping in Grand Canyon in Arizona?
For those hoping to stay in Grand Canyon Village when visiting Arizona, we have plenty of accommodation rentals to choose from. This provides the perfect base to explore the stunning natural scenery during your break. Use our search filter to narrow down your options and find the best spot for you!