If you love the idea of camping but are unsure whether you'll like it or not, we've got you covered. Glamping in Arizona is the best way to get a campground experience without giving up the comforts of home. Plus, you'll be able to skip out on the hassle of pitching your own tent. 

From luxury bell tents and renovated sheep wagons to traditional Navajo Hogans, this list includes some of the best rentals in the state.

The best part? Many of them are in a prime location for visiting the Grand Canyon. There's one that's only a 25-minute drive away.

Whether you're exploring the state for the first time or want to experience a unique stay, this list has some unique accommodations for explorers.  

Under Canvas Luxury Tents

Price per night: From $189 a night for two people

When: April 9 to October 26, 2020

Address: 979 Airpark Lane, Valle, Arizona 

Why You Need To Go: These safari-themed tents are only a 25-minute drive to the Grand Canyon's South Rim. 

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Shash Dine Eco Retreat 

Price per night: $150 a night for up to two people

Address: Page, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking)

Why You Need To Go: You can stay in an actual sheep wagon. Plus, the interior is very charming and retro. 

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Off-The-Grid Bell Tent

Price per night: From $129 a night for up to three people

Address: Williams, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking)

Why You Need To Go: You can glamp in natural fiber tent with your boo. Plus, it's secluded for the ultimate romantic getaway. 

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Traditional Cheyenne Tipi

Price per night: From $57 a night for up to two people

Address: Fredonia, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking)

Why You Need To Go: You can stay in a traditional tipi that's decorated with beautiful Native American patterns. 

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Hogan at Shash Dine'

Price per night: $150 a night for up to four people

Address: Page, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking)

Why You Need To Go: This traditional Navajo earth and cedar log Hogan is so affordable and is a bucket-list must. 

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Floating Tent

Price per night: $115 a night for up to two people

Address: Sedona, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking) 

Why You Need To Go: You can sleep in a floating tent that actually cruises down the stream. How cool is that?

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Cozy Treehouse

Price per night: $125 a night for up to two people

Address: Prescott, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking) 

Why You Need To Go: This charming treehouse is perfect if you want to sleep surrounded by nature. 

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Retro Wagon

Price per night: $36 a night for up to two people 

Address: Williams, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking) 

Why You Need To Go: Only 30-minutes away from the Grand Canyon, this sweet ride can be your room for a night or two. 

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Nomad's Pad

Price per night: $89 a night for up to three people

Address: Williams, Arizona (exact address provided upon booking)

Why You Need To Go: You'll be able to get stunning desert panoramic views filled with starry night skies. 

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