Where to Stay in Zion: Hotel, Airbnb, RV or Trailer


In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basic options available when it comes to staying in Zion National Park for any kind of trip. Visitors this beautiful part of the country have several options for their accommodations, and several factors should be considered when choosing the ideal setup for your group. 

At Mild to Wild Rhino Tours, we’re here to help with many areas like these alongside our ATV and UTV tours of Zion National Park. While part one of our series mostly discussed camping and the Zion Lodge as initial stay options in Zion, today’s part two will look at some other options.


If you’re looking for a more traditional stay and wanting to enjoy the nearby attractions without having to rely on camping gear, there are several hotels available in Springdale—the nearest town to Zion National Park. Here, you can find a range of different amenities and price points that will suit any group’s needs.

For some people, hotels offer a number of benefits over camping. They can provide a more comfortable experience, with amenities like internet access, air-conditioning and even room service available. Hotels also usually require less time to set up and tear down, making them an ideal option for those looking for a quick visit to Zion National Park.

Airbnb Rentals

Another great way to stay in Zion is with Airbnb rental options. There are many different types of Airbnbs near Zion National Park, so you can find something to suit your needs, budget and number of people. These choices range from private homes to cabins, cottages and even glamping tents.

Airbnb rentals offer a unique experience in the area, allowing you to take advantage of the private space and amenities. Whether you’re looking for a unique stay right next to the park or want more of a home-base feel away from the tourist attractions, Airbnb can provide it.

RVs and Trailers

For those who want the convenience of staying close to Zion National Park but still want a bit more comfort and secure feeling than camping, an RV or trailer is a great option. With one of these choices, you can stay at one of Zion’s campgrounds and enjoy the same amenities as tent camping with a few added benefits.

If the main Zion campgrounds are full, Zion Canyon Campground and RV Resort is another option that has slightly upgraded features – such as showers and Wi-Fi – for a more comfortable stay.

No matter which option you choose, all of them can provide an incredible experience in Zion National Park. With the right accommodations set up, your group will be able to enjoy all the beauty and activities that this area has to offer.

And at Mild to Wild Rhino Tours, we can help you set your travel and accommodations for any trip that will involve our fantastic Zion ATV and UTV tours. Contact us today to learn more!

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