Arizona Glamping Guide
Glamping in Arizona is a fantastic way to escape with your the family, or just the adults, and experience all nature has to offer without giving up the comforts of home. Glamping resort accommodations range from a step above dry camping to luxury you’d expect to see in a hotel. Arizona glamping resorts offer star gazing, family activities, tours of the local area, stay gazing, and a pure escape from the every day. Bonus: Northern Arizona is much cooler in the summer too!
We always recommend a 2-night stay on any of our adventures so you and your family can truly enjoy everything each resort has to offer.
Here are some of our favorite glamping resorts in Arizona. Let us know if you go!
Travel Backland is the newest spot for glamping in Arizona. Located just outside of Williams, AZ, this unique retreat is tucked away in a little cove of nature, far enough to escape, but close enough to famous Arizona landmarks like the Grand Canyon.
This luxury eco glamping resort has custom made tents where you can sleep under the stars with all the comforts of home. Every Backland glamping suite includes panoramic windows, king beds, full bathroom with shower, luxury linens, electricity, energy -efficient climate control, tent-side parking, housekeeping, outdoor patio, coffee maker, and a mini fridge.
Choose between four different tent suites that can accommodate the entire family. Tent suites can accommodate up to six people, depending on your selection.
Your stay at Backland includes a continental breakfast and s’mores around the campfire nightly.
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Tips for your trip to Travel Backland
Things to do in Williams Arizona
Williams, AZ is located in Northern Arizona and a perfect spot to escape the summer heat or enjoy the winter weather. Williams is famous for Route 66 and being the gateway to the Grand Canyon.
Canyon Coaster Adventure Park
This fun park offers summer and winter activities for everyone. In the summer you can enjoy the Canyon Coaster and cruise down the mountain side at your own speed. You can enjoy tubing on the mountain in the summer or winter. The park offers a restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating.
Bearizona Wildlife Park: This popular drive-thru experience is a destination of its own for Las Vegas families. In addition to bears, you will encounter big horn sheep, jaguars, elk, wolves, and even reindeer. The park offers walk through areas in addition to its drive through features.
Grand Canyon Railway: Open year round, this is a popular spot during the Christmas season as the railway offers a Polar Express train experience.
See the Historic Route 66 Sign: You can find the sign on your GPS with the address 216 West Route 66, Williams, Arizona, 86046.
Coconino National Forest: Home to the the highest point in Arizona, Humphrey’s Peak, 12, 637 feet above sea level.
Clear Sky Resorts is the most unique experience filled with core memories. We treasure our trip to this amazing destination just outside of Williams, AZ.
This Arizona glamping experience feature “sky domes” that offer both luxury accommodations and the chance to connect with nature under the starry skies.
Like most glamping experiences, Clear Sky Resorts Arizona lets you choose your own adventure level. You can stay at the destination resort and enjoy activities or explore the surrounding areas and magnificent sights of Arizona.
Located near Grand Canyon National Park, you won’t find accommodations like Clear Sky’s sky domes anywhere else.
Standard Sky Domes sleep 2, but Clear Sky offers uniquely themed domes for families that sleep up to 7 people.
Themed Family Sky Domes
80s Video Games
British Secret Agent
The Grand Canyon XL
“Pink” Sky Dome
When do we get an Eras sky dome Clear Sky? (wink, wink)
Your Clear Sky Dome including air conditioning and heat, upgrade linens, unique themes, bathrooms with a rain shower and panoramic windows that allow you to be one with nature, even indoors.
Clear Sky Resorts is a perfect family vacation location just 20 minutes of the Grand Canyon South Rim and located along the historic Route 66. Your stay includes frisbee golf, a giant jumping pillow, yard games, a playground for the kids, crafts, live music, astronomy nights, story telling and more. The on-site food truck offers lunch and dinner options.
More glamping experiences near Grand Canyon National Park
Under the Canvas Grand Canyon
Arizona Nordic Village Yurts
Wander Camp Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon RV Glamping
Grand Canyon Glamping Resort
Shash Dine’ Eco Retreat
For the Ultimate Guide to Arizona Glamping check out this post from Jones Around the World.