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Zion Glamping Adventures

Star Rating
2 out of 5



4.2 / 5Very Good
61 reviews


  • Free Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Outdoor Space
  • Barbecue Grill


What's nearby

  • Popular Location
    Water Canyon Trailhead
    11 min drive
  • Popular Location
    Smithsonian Butte
    34 min drive
  • Restaurant
    Cooperative Mercantile Foodtown
    6 min drive
  • Restaurant
    Edge Of The World Brewery & Pub
    8 min drive
  • Airport
    St. George, UT (SGU)
    64 min drive

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    About this area


    Zion Glamping Adventures is located in Hildale. Local points of interest include Water Canyon Trailhead and Smithsonian Butte. Our guests appreciate the campground's quiet location.

    What's nearby

    • Popular Location
      Water Canyon Trailhead - 11 min drive
    • Popular Location
      Smithsonian Butte - 34 min drive
    • Popular Location
      Grafton Ghost Town - 47 min drive
    • Popular Location
      Kanab trailhead - 51 min drive
    • Popular Location
      Zion Canyon Visitor Center - 56 min drive

    Getting around

    • St. George, UT (SGU) - 64 min drive


    • Cooperative Mercantile Foodtown — 6 min drive
    • Edge Of The World Brewery & Pub — 8 min drive

    About this property

    Zion Glamping Adventures

    Along with barbecue grills, this campground has a picnic area and free self parking. All 6 accommodations offer fireplaces, showers, and free toiletries.

    Property amenities

    Parking and transportation

    • Free self parking

    Food and drink

    • Cookware/dishes/utensils


    • Shower only
    • Shared bathroom
    • Free toiletries

    Living spaces

    • Fireplace

    Outdoor areas

    • Barbecue grill
    • Picnic area


    • Heating

    Pet friendly

    • Service animals only


    • No elevators
    • Accessible bathroom

    Services and conveniences

    • Daily housekeeping


    • 6 rooms

    Very Good

    5 - Excellent
    4 - Good
    3 - Okay
    2 - Mediocre
    1 - Poor
    Service and Staff
    Property condition

    4/5 Good

    Stars at night were exciting! Zipper on our tent was broken. New shower wasn't working and solar shower had no water for the sun to heat. Second night was so noisy we had to move another lodging place, but people were nice about helping us move.

    Stayed 4 nights in Oct 2019

    4/5 Good

    The property itself is amazing. The tents have lots and lots of privacy. You have your own little bbq and fire pit and because it is really secluded the amount of stars at night is amazing. However I'd would not call it Glamping it is just a tent with a bed instead of a air mattress. The toilets are Dixie's and smell really bad! The shower is just a bag of water which never is at a right temperature (extremely hot during the day and cold at night) so I'd rather call it basic camping with a bed in the tent

    Stayed 2 nights in Jul 2019

    4/5 Good

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    Stayed 1 night in Aug 2019

    4/5 Good

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    Stayed 3 nights in Jul 2019

    5/5 Excellent

    We had an awesome time here! Fred and Shane are both super awesome people, really friendly, and really accommodating. They are continuously adding new features to their campsite. They own the mountain side and sounds like they have some awesome plans for the future! By the sound of it there will be places for everyone to stay. We stayed in one of the tepees with a queen bed. There was a couch inside, a nice shady tree area outside, a grill, and your own private fire pit with chairs. They also have a communal area which was nice to sit by the fire and get to know the other guests This location is gorgeous, the views at night are really great. You can see every star in the sky. If you go right down the road there is a 2 hour hiking trail called Water Canyon Trail (if you do the full loop it is like 6 hours) at the mid point of the hike there is spring water coming out of the rocks that you can drink. Seriously the best water I have ever had, it is extremely refreshing. If you also take a 30 min drive you can see some really cool coral pink sand dunes. I suggest having Fred take you out on the 4-wheeler! It was a blast. The other huge plus is that this campsite is centrally located between Zion, Bryce, and the Grand Canyon. Zion is about an hour away, Bryce and hour and a half, and the Grand Canyon North Rim is about two hours. It is a really awesome spot to camp for several days and do day trips to each National Park. We had never been to any of them (besides my wife going to

    Stayed 4 nights in Jun 2019

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