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.
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.
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.
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.