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We love nothing more than being able to stay in the warmth of our beds, but sometimes we give it up to have a perfect view. That's changing because there's actually this cheap dome tent in Arizona with clear ceilings so you can have the best stargazing experience without leaving your bed!

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Located in Williams, Az, this unique dome tent is about 40 minutes away from the Grand Canyon's south rim entrance. For only $114 a night, you'll be able to stay in a comfy dome tent perfect for your camping needs! You and your friends will also be able to use the campfire to make smores and other delicious campfire food. 

You don't even have to bring your own firewood because there will be $5 firewood bundles available. Parking is free and the route there is easy for most vehicles. You won't have access to WiFi or television here, but the night sky will provide you with a beautiful sight to fall asleep to. You might even get to see a shooting star!

If you've slept over your alarm because you were stargazing all night it's ok! Check-in and out times are flexible. Inside the tent, you'll find a bed with a heated pad and three blankets because it can get very cold in the desert at night.

You'll also have a portable sink and toilet. Outdoor and public showers are available 30 minutes away. There are also chairs inside the tent if you want to relax or read in. 

There are still openings available this August, so plan ahead if you're wanting a unique camping and stargazing experience. 

Dome Tent

Price: $114 a night

Location: Williams, AZ 

Why you should go: You will be able to camp under the stars, literally! With a translucent ceiling, you'll be able to stargaze all night.


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