Glamping
Glamping in Zion National Park, Utah (photo credit: The Nomadic People)

Glamping pioneers Under Canvas create an immersive luxury camping experience while also setting an unprecedented standard in ecological sustainability.

The luxury campsites, situated in iconic national parks such as the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, the Great Smoky Mountains and Mount Rushmore, are comprised of safari-inspired canvas tents that create a seamless indoor/outdoor living concept.

Guests enjoy luxuries such as daily housekeeping, running hot water, flushing toilets and other amenities; while the tents boast optional en suite bathrooms, king size beds and wood-burning stoves. Nightly s’mores by the campfire, complimentary camp activities, and adventure bookings made right at camp all serve to connect guests to nature in a luxury setting.

The brand is committed to conscious efforts that leave a minimal footprint and encourage environmental conservation while aiming to be a zero waste company. The limited amount of energy used at Under Canvas camps is generated by alternative means wherever possible while using significantly less water and energy than a similar-sized hotel. Already, the Moab and Zion camp locations can run 100 percent on solar power, and the Yellowstone and Glacier camps use solar to mitigate electricity needs.

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