Its Mighty Five national parks are frequently referred to as being the most stunning parks in the world.
Bryce Canyon, Zion, Capitol Reef, Arches, and Canyonlands are like a different world. They are, however, eerily familiar due to the numerous American films that use them as famous backgrounds.
If you’ve made the decision to go to one of these stunning Utah National Parks you can find unique accommodations in breathtaking environments.
From glamping lodges from glamping resorts to Native American tipis, your accommodations are part of the fun as well. The Utah Office of Tourism can provide assistance, with its top five suggestions for hotels with an eye.
1. Treehouses at Stone Canyon Inn
Image: Stone Canyon Inn in Utah
Two “tree houses” in Stone Canyon Inn. Stone Canyon Inn includes a staircase, which allows visitors to walk up above the trees but remain in comfort.
Each treehouse is equipped with one king-sized bed and a loft that can sleep two children, bathroom tiles that include showers windows that frame the stunning view of Bryce Canyon.
The facilities include refrigerators or microwave television, a coffee maker and free WiFi that are readily accessible and you’ll be at ease.
After a full day of exploring the red rock country by horses, take a break at the fire pit that is on the floor.
2. Glamping lodge at Under Canvas Zion
The secluded rock formations that makeup Utah’s Zion National Park is an elegant camp resort under Canvas which is where the best of luxury and adventure meet.
The safari-style camp effortlessly blends into the dramatic landscape. Under Canvas offers luxurious and comfortable canvas tents, upscale ‘farm-to-campfire-table’ dining under the stars and the option to enjoy resort-arranged activities. There is a wide range of activities available that includes mountain cycling, horseback riding, jeep excursions, and hot-air ballooning. All within the vicinity of one of America’s most popular national parks.
3. Airstreams at Shooting Star RV Resort
In middle southern Utah’s Red Rock Canyon Country, is a collection of 9 iconic Airstreams. Each of the Airstreams has interiors inspired by the film sets of the films. Imagine Hollywood blockbusters such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Viva Las Vegas, and Breakfast at Tiffany.
You can rent Marilyn Monroe’s trailer, which is decked out to look like the iconic’s dressing room, while they were filming Some Like It Hot. You can get your cowboy swag by riding in a wagon which was inspired to John Wayne’s movie trailer when filming The Searchers. If you’re an Elvis lover, there’s one similar to Elvis Presley’s during his time making Blue Hawaii.
At night, enjoy an evening movie at the resort’s iconic 1960s-era cars at the drive-in movie or play poker online and earn money from anywhere.
4. The Conestoga Wagons at Capitol Reef Resort
The wagons are authentic to the 19th century. style, these luxurious wagons are a unique way to experience the pure beauty of Utah’s stunning red landscapes. The wagons are only 10 km from Capitol Reef National Park.
Each wagon has a King-sized bed as well as twin beds in two sets that can accommodate up to six guests. There’s also a separate fire pit on the outside of each vehicle, and bathrooms are just a few steps away.
This basecamp is an ideal spot to unwind and unwind. All under the enchanting light of the northern lights like the pioneers did one hundred years ago.
5. Native American Tipis at Ruby’s Inn RV Park and Campground
On the edge of the stunning Bryce Canyon National Park, you can experience your childhood fantasies in the shape of a Native American Tipi.
Ten tipis are on offer that can accommodate up to eight people comfortably.
Take your sleeping equipment including an esky, camp stove, and a sleeping bag The tipi is a rustic place that has no plumbing, electricity or beds. However, the campsite offers restrooms and hot showers, as well as laundry, a pool, a hot tub, as well as lots of outdoor adventures to enjoy.
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