Glamp at Under Canvas Zion

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Glamp beside the red rock canyon walls

Glamp beside the red rock canyon walls

Under Canvas® Zion offers an extraordinary lodging experience just as fabulous as the park itself. This glamping camp in America’s gorgeous Southwest is located on 196 acres bordering Zion National Park in Utah and is just moments away from incredible trails, off-the-beaten-path adventures and spectacular views of the majestic red rocks that make Zion so famous. 

Stargazer tent at Under Canvas Zion

Stargazer tent at Under Canvas Zion

The camp seamlessly blends into its dramatic surroundings and its luxury tents offer guests the opportunity to enjoy Utah’s spectacular desert without giving up the comforts of home.

In these days of social distancing, Under Canvas is taking a number of operational actions to make sure you feel safe when you stay at an Under Canvas location. Plus, glamping in stand-alone tents with no connected duct-work means you’re breathing in fresh air.

The camps will be using EPA-certified cleaning agents to thoroughly deep clean tents between every guest stay, in addition to all public spaces and staff areas. Hand sanitizing station are available throughout camp. Under Canvas’ EO bath products are in each tent for hand washing.

There is a streamlined check in /out process. Main lobby tents will be accessible for individual check-in and food and beverage orders and purchases only. Staff will be available to help with one for walking in and one door for exiting.

Guests will check-in via a touch-screen kiosk sanitized between each use by staff. And there’s no need to formally check-out.

For more information:
435-359-2911
3955 Kolob Terrace Rd, Virgin, UT 84779
www.undercanvas.com/camps/zion/

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Where to Camp in Zion

There's an abundance of camping opportunities in southeast Utah, suitable for drive-in and hook-up RV families and extending to remote, primitive back-country campgrounds for backpackers. There are campgrounds in state parks and national forests, as well as commercial campgrounds sprinkled along the major highways.