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Four Great Area Glamping Spots

Savor the comforts of home while experiencing Utah’s natural beauty at these four local resorts.

By Aimee L. Cook June 22, 2021 Published in the Summer/Fall 2021 issue of Park City Magazine

One of the glamping tents at Conestoga Ranch

Yonder Escalante

435.826.4440, stayyonder.com

Enjoy a weekend getaway in one of the modern cabins or renovated Airstreams at Yonder Escalante, which opened in April. This 20-acre property also has 67 RV sites for travelers who roll in their own digs. Amenities include an open-air lodge, fire pits, outdoor movies, bathhouses with heated showers, a pool, and a hot tub.

Under Canvas

888.496.1148, undercanvas.com

With locations in Moab, near Zion National Park, and a new Lake Powell–Grand Staircase outpost, Under Canvas offers glamping set against some of Utah’s most breathtaking backdrops. Safari-style canvas tents come equipped with stylish furnishings, wood-burning stoves, and private or shared bathrooms. Each location features local, seasonal food offerings. On-site programming includes yoga, live acoustic music, guided hikes, and s’mores by the campfire. Bonus: Pets are welcome. 

An en suite bathroom at Conestoga Ranch

Conestoga Ranch

844.464.5267, conestogaranch.com

Hunker down in a furnished covered wagon or bunk up in one of Conestoga’s rustic but sophisticated tents, each equipped with electricity, heaters, a private bathroom, and your own campfire patio. Dine at the on-site outdoor restaurant, Campfire Grill, and enjoy complimentary cruiser bikes for easy exploration of Bear Lake.

Osoblu Yurts

435.232.0553, bearlakeutahvacationrental.com

The five yurts at OsoBlu in Bear Lake (two are ADA approved) provide a unique glamping experience made for groups and families. Each yurt boasts 1,534 square feet of space and sleeps up to 12 guests, with a full kitchen, a bathroom with two private toilets, and a washer and dryer. A free two-hour paddleboard rental is included.

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