I was invited to Under Canvas Grand Canyon for an overnight glamping experience. While I have been camping many times, I had never been in a deluxe tent with a king-sized bed, toilet and hot shower…it was glorious and way more luxurious than I expected. Under Canvas is also currently in seven locations including: Moab, Tucson (winter months only), Zion, Great Smoky Mountains, Yellowstone, Glacier and Mount Rushmore. When you arrive at Under Canvas Grand Canyon the drive is somewhat underwhelming as you weave along a side road behind a tiny airport off HWY 64; however, as soon as you seen the main lobby tent, you become curious to see what is inside. The lobby is a huge custom canvas tent complete with chic West Elm furnishings and boasting a permanent concrete and wood floor. There is a cafe inside with healthy but delicious options including beer and wine. While it was hot inside the lobby tent (and mine) during our 4pm check-in in mid-June, it won’t matter because you will mostly be hanging out in the evenings and mornings at camp. Daytime will likely be spent on excursions. The actual Grand Canyon entrance is 25 minutes away and the actual GC village is still another 15 minutes past if you experience zero traffic at the entrance. Your National Parks pass will get you into the Canyon and that is not included with your stay. There is no electricity in the tents but they have batteries available to charge two iPhones (there are a few extra USB slots if you had another small device to charge).