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How to Glamp the Grand Canyon and Other National Parks

If you thought you needed four walls and a lobby to have an amazing getaway, think again. Under Canvas, an all-inclusive glamping experience, is setting up camp in some of the country’s most beautiful national parks.

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Touted as the “perfect glamping experience,” by Vogue, Under Canvas is the ultimate way to “rough” it outdoors. While the tents are something out of an exotic safari adventure, there’s no skimping on the amenities. King-size beds feature luxurious linens and guests can expect to enjoy daily housekeeping and fresh towels. There’s even en-suite bathrooms, a wood burning stove and an on-site restaurant to keep comfort at an all-time high. You might even think you’re in a hotel room for a hot second, but a quick peek outside will reveal otherwise. Find yourself exploring Yellowstone National Park, gazing up at the red rocks of Zion National Park or wandering the towering peaks of Montana’s Glacier National Park.

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Under Canvas’s newest campsite, opening this September, takes travelers to the one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders. Located just outside Valle, the Grand Canyon campsite is immersed in piñon and juniper trees and is near plenty of trails, features stunning views and more. For the ultimate way to experience it, Under Canvas is offering two different packages that include excursions like hiking, a driving tour and a sunset Jeep Safari trip.

Choose from the three-night Expedition Package, starting at $5,100 for two adults or the two-night Adventure Package, starting at $2,600 for two adults. Price includes lodging, activities, park fees and daily meals.

Other campsites offered include Moab, Yellowstone, Glacier, Zion, Great Smoky Mountains and Mount Rushmore, and are open select dates throughout the year. The Grand Canyon campsite is open September 13 through November 13.

For more information, visit: undercanvas.com

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