Glamping near Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park
Mesa Tent: 16.5-foot luxury bell tent. Sleeps two. Queen size bed. Private front porch. Closest neighbor is 50 yards away. Portable heater. Seating area inside the tent.
Bathroom: Access to shared bathroom with one toilet and one shower.
Benefits: In communal area there is propane stove burner, pot for boiling water, plates, bowls, cutlery, can opener, wine opener, dish soap and cleaning sponge. They provide coffee to your tent door every morning. Also provided are towels, toilet paper, hand towels, hand soap, portable lanterns, first aid kit, hand sanitizer, portable heater (bring 1lb propane tank) and battery pack for charging phones (bring cord). Games are also included in the tents!
Need to Know: There is no wifi or electricity at Glamping Canyonlands. Cell phone service is unreliable
Nestled near Canyonlands National Park Needles District is Glamping Canyonlands, a unique glamping experience. Keisha and Erik, the owners of Glamping Canyonlands are such wonderful people and made our stay even better! We stayed for three nights and four days.
This remote glamping experience is about a 40 minute drive to the entrance of The Needles District of Canyonlands National Park, 55 minutes to Arches National Park, and 1.5 hours to Island In the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park. We have a whole post dedicated to our trip’s itinerary located here.
The tents do not have electricity, but they do have plenty of battery operated lights making it easy to see at night. Each canvas tent comes with its own patio with two lounge chairs. In the tent there is a propane heater for when it is cold. Located outside of each glamp set up is a fire pit with a fold over grille, tree stump seats for the fire, a picnic table, and grilling utensils. The tent is nicely decorated, making the stay even more enjoyable. Each morning fresh French Press coffee is delivered outside your tent if you’d like.
There is one shower and a flushable toilet in the building near the parking lot. There are towels provided in the tents for the showers. Near the building for the showers is a communal tent that has items to cook. Outside the tent is a sink to wash dishes. In the same area there is firewood for sale. Overall, we really enjoyed our experience at Glamping Canyonlands. Keisha and Eric are in the process of continually upgrading and improving their glampgrounds. Check out their Instagram for more updates.
Book your stay today here on their website