A-frame cabins, glamping digs & more
Comfortable glamping digs just south of the park, with epic views from the comfort of your own bed.
It’s not hard to see why Zion EcoCabin was Airbnb’s most liked Instagram post of 2021: the views are killer, it’s an hour from Zion National Park, and coming back to the A-frame after a day of exploring is the perfect way to end your days.
Rustic fine-wood home within walking distance to Zion National Park and local shops and restaurants.
Nama-stay vacation home accommodates up to eight guests with its three bedrooms and six beds, and the interior design is warm and inviting. The property is also in a prime location near downtown Springdale.
The perfect hilltop views for taking in the incredible and epic Zion sunsets.
You'll be glamping, but the yurts are high-end with plenty of amenities to make you feel pampered. And if you come in summer, the resort has it’s own swimming pool so you can cool off and wash off the dust after a day of exploring Zion.
Rustic-modern tiny homes with chic touches just east of Zion.
Decked out with rustic-modern decor, these cool little houses would feel right at home in an architectural magazine. And if you’re planning a day at Bryce Canyon during your Zion trip, Cliffside is one of the best places to stay that’s convenient to both parks.
Convertible A-frame that sits just 140 feet from the East Rim Trail and Zion National Park border.
The sidewall of this cabin can be fully opened to the deck, allowing outside views to pour in and creating a unique opportunity to stargaze from bed. There’s also a well-constructed outdoor toilet, BBQ bar, fire pit, hammocks and more.