How To Glamp: A Newbies Guide To Utah Glamping
Are you feeling the need to spend more time outdoors and connect with nature, but you have concerns about missing the comforts of home? The perfect solution is glamping, which is glamorous camping. Glamping provides the opportunity for you to spend time in nature and enjoy the modern day luxuries of home.
Picture a beautiful canvas tent surrounded by majestic red rock mountains, overlooking naturally fed spring water ponds, and the starlit sky above. There are not many more picturesque settings. This guide will answer questions that you may have if you’re new to glamping.
Zion National Park is Utah’s first and most visited National Park. Located near the city of Springdale in Southern Utah’s Washington, Iron, and Kane Counties. Zion National Park is a southwest Utah nature preserve that is distinguished by Zion Canyon’s steep red cliffs. Set your sights on mammoth sandstone cliffs of red, pink, and cream, that lead up to the bright blue sky.
Under canvas just means that you are sleeping and living in a tent. There are many styles of tents used for glamping. Our canvas tents are made of cotton canvas and are insulated, waterproof, and environmentally friendly. Canvas keeps the tent warmer in the winter months and are ventilated and breathable for the summer months. Cave Lakes Canyon Ranch canvas tents are conveniently equipped with coffee stations for a morning cup of joe. Many tent cabins are equipped with high efficiency a/c and heating.
Our canvas glamping tents sleep two to six people, yes they are kid and family friendly.
Cave Lakes Canyon Glamping Tent Features
Mini-fridges and coffee makers
Air conditioning and heating in suites or portable air conditioning, portable fans and portable heaters in select tent suites
Patios or balconies
Fully appointed bathrooms in select suites
Shower and Bathroom facilities nearby for non fully appointed suites
WI-FI available on the camping grounds
Kanab is the perfect location for Utah Glamping
Kanab is the gateway to Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument and central to major outdoor attractions such as Zion National Park (40 miles west), Bryce Canyon National Park (70 miles north), The Grand Canyon (80 miles south), and Lake Powell / Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (60 miles east). Cedar Breaks National Monument, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Kodachrome Basin State Park, Grosvenor Arch, Cottonwood Canyon, Bull Valley Gorge, Buckskin Gulch, and Pipe Springs National Monument in Arizona are also easy day trips within reach of Kanab and Cave Lakes Canyon.
Cave Lakes Canyon: Luxury Desert Glamping Resort
Tucked away in Utah's desert somewhere between nature and serenity, your Kanab luxury camping site for glamping canvas tents, relaxation and adventure awaits. Nestled between 5 national parks, you'll find your center both literally and figuratively; with so much to see and do and yet no good reason to ever leave.