Zion National Park Lodging Accommodations
While there are several places to stay near Zion National Park, only one offers various types of campgrounds, convenient and modern amenities, fun outdoor activities, delicious dining services, and excellent service—Zion Ponderosa. Check out our different lodging accommodations to see for yourself why Zion Ponderosa is the only name in Zion National Park lodging you need to know.
Instantly upgrade your family, or group, lodging experience by renting one of our deluxe cabin style vacation homes. With 28 vacation homes adjacent to Zion National Park, you can easily get the amenities, space, and privacy you want. You’ll feel like you’re in your own home—and it all comes at a great value.
Want a rustic experience without roughing it? Our cozy, yet spacious, log cabin suites are your Zion National Park lodging of choice. Each comes with a bedroom (with different sleeping configurations available), bathroom, kitchenette, living area, porch, and outdoor grill.
A lot more comfortable than how the cowboys in the Wild West slept, our Zion National Park Cowboy Cabins include one main room with bunk beds, a porch with an outdoor grill. Bathrooms are separate..
Patterned after 19th-century pioneer wagons, experience life in the olden days with a few modern comforts. Each covered wagon sleeps 6, with 1 King bed and 2 twin/twin bunk beds, and includes breakfast. These wagons offer a great Zion National Park glamping experience.
Looking for convenient RV camping spaces near Zion National Park’s East Entrance? You’ll get that along with full hookups, WiFi, laundry access, a grill, and a picnic table at our RV site.
Sleep under the stars at Zion Ponderosa. Our tent campground includes close access to showers, a pool, restrooms, and laundry, as well as a picnic table and grill. This is one of the best options for a Zion National Park campground
Camping can be glamorous—that’s why we offer excellent glamping tent experiences. Sleep in a comfortable queen bed, gaze up at the stars from the wooden deck, and sit by a fire in a great setting on the eastern border of Utah’s Zion National Park.