If you've ever seen The Parent Trap, then you know that Meredith Blake was no fan of camping. If you're not a fan of the outdoors, but still want to spend the night under the stars, we've got a lovely surprise. This pop-up camper in Arizona lets you glamp anywhere in the state for super cheap.
You can escape city life by renting this Pop Up Camper in Mesa.
It's essentially a towed trailer that can be collapsed for easy storage and transportation.
For $75 a night, you and your BFF or SO can set up camp anywhere in the Grand Canyon State for an outdoorsy adventure without giving up the comforts of home.
You'll even get some goodies included in the rental such as hot cocoa and s' mores, clean sheets, three full-sized foam beds, cookware, propane for cooking, and more.
If you've never dealt with a trailer like this, no worries. The hosts will guide you through the put up and takedown process. Plus, you'll have an instruction manual if you forget a step.
The 1,200-pound camper can be hitched onto most small SUVs and is relatively lightweight according to the listing.
Although you'll get some essentials for an epic glamping adventure, there a few things you should bring along.
This list includes personal items such as shampoo, body wash, and of course, a road trip playlist for your dancing under the sky needs.
With massive windows, you'll be able to watch the night sky and wake up to amazing morning views right from bed!
If you want to sleep under the stars in style, this tent might be just what you're looking for. Why not rent this out for an epic trip visiting Arizona's national parks? It's definitely a must for your bucket list.
Pop Up Glamping
Price per night: $75/2-night minimum stay
Address: Mesa, AZ (pick-up and drop-off location)
Why you need to go: You can glamp in style anywhere in the Grand Canyon State.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.
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