It's always a good idea to escape the city and go on a vacation. Even if it's only for a little while. If you want a getaway that'll feel like a home away from home, you can stay at this log cabin rental in Arizona. It has amazing 360-degree views of the mountains.\nThis charming cabin is located on a little slice of secluded land in Parks, Arizona. It's the perfect place to take your SO for a romantic weekend away.\nIf you would rather opt to bring the family along, you can. The cabin is pretty big as it can accommodate up to eight people.\nOr you can make it a getaway with friends. Either way, you'll love the coziness of the white oak flooring and hand-milled wood featured throughout the home.\nIt'll cost $324 a night, and if you go with seven other people it only cost $40.50 per person. For the price, you're getting a little slice of paradise with amazing views.\nGlamping Hub | Website\nDuring the winter, you can make your favorite seasonal drink like hot cocoa or apple cider and relax on the porch. If it gets cold, you can snuggle up with your boo and enjoy the views.\nThe home sits on 12-acres of land, so you can get outside and explore.\nGlamping Hub | Website\nThe home is also only about an hour away from the Grand Canyon. During the day, you can visit Horseshoe Bend and get back to watch the sunset on the porch.\nThere are so many fun things to do located nearby. If you want to get out and explore, you can check out this map that takes you to some of the best hiking trails around Arizona.\nFrom breathtaking canyon views to waterfall hikes, there's no shortage of fun or beauty in the desert.\nGlamping Hub | Website\nCharming Log Cabin\nPrice per night: $324 or $40.50 each for up to eight people\nAddress: Parks, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking)\nWhy You Need To Go: Staying at this charming log cabin will give you all the views + cozy home feels.\nBook Here\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.