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Where to stay when visiting Zion National Park

Where to stay when visiting Zion National Park
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There are several options for lodging when visiting Zion National Park, including hotels, lodges, cabins, and campgrounds. Here are some of the options:

  1. Zion National Park Lodges: The park's lodges are the only accommodations located inside the park. They offer a range of options from hotel rooms to cabins, and are located near the Zion Canyon Visitor Center. The lodges are operated by Xanterra Travel Collection, and reservations can be made through their website.
  2. Springdale: Springdale is a town located just outside of the park's entrance, and it offers a variety of lodging options including hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, and vacation rentals. Springdale is a popular spot for visitors to stay as it's close to the park entrance and offers a range of dining and shopping options.
  3. Camping: There are three campgrounds located inside the park - Watchman Campground, South Campground, and Lava Point Campground. Reservations for Watchman and South campgrounds can be made through Recreation.gov, while Lava Point is first-come, first-served.
  4. Glamping: For those who want a more luxurious camping experience, glamping is available in the area surrounding Zion National Park. There are several companies that offer glamping options, including Under Canvas Zion, Zion Wildflower Resort, and Zion Luxury Camping.
  5. RV Parks: There are several RV parks located near Zion National Park, including Zion River Resort, Zion Canyon RV Resort, and Watchman RV Park.

It's important to note that lodging can fill up quickly during the peak season, so it's best to make reservations in advance. Additionally, visitors should plan their accommodations based on the activities they want to do in the park and the location of those activities.