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Imagine waking up to the sights, sounds and smells of nature in one of the most spectacular places on earth, relaxing in your luxurious safari tent. Comfortable enough to rival a hotel room yet with the great outdoors all around you. If you ever liked the idea of doing the outdoors thing, but didn’t like the idea of roughing it, now you don’t have to!
Visit the world famous Yellowstone National Park and enjoy the great outdoors in a way that’s not possible anywhere else. Just 10 minutes from Yellowstone National Park entrance our luxury camp boasts fantastic uninterrupted views, a quiet secluded location, an onsite restaurant, a host of on-site activities, and of course, Yellowstone right on your doorstep. This isn’t camping as we know it.
If camping under the stars appeals but your budget isn’t huge then why not stay in one of our beautiful canvas tipi tents. As our most affording comfortable camping option, our tipis are suitable for up to 4 guests and come equipped with camp cots, sleeping bags, pillows, towels and a lantern. With bathrooms close at hand all you need to do is bring your toothbrush!
If you need more than one tent just let us know and we can ensure your group of tents are all close to each other.
The full balance of your reservation is due at the time of booking. Should you shorten the length of your reservation within 30 days of arrival or choose an early departure during your stay, you will be responsible for the entire time reserved. We accept most major credit cards.
Please note, prices are based on 2 people sharing, include 7% Montana Lodging Tax but are not inclusive of 3% service charge.
Extra persons are charged at $25 per person per night.
When we arrived at Yellowstone Under Canvas, we were told that there was no record of our reservation, despite the numerous Airbnb confirmations, and confirmations from the host. When we asked whether there could have been some problem with coordinating with Airbnb booking, they said that they book a majority of their reservations through Airbnb. The only tent that they had remaining was a king size tent (an upgrade, since we had booked a tipi), but the only reason it was empty was because the front zipper was broken.
While most of the staff was very friendly, it was still frustrating to arrive at the end of a long day of driving and to hear that they had no idea you were coming. We had seen previous reviews that mentioned similar problems, but we thought they would have been resolved by now-- no such luck. People staying at Yellowstone Under Canvas should check and recheck to make sure they have actually been booked.
Staying at Yellowstone Under Canvas was a great experience. My sister and I stayed in a tipi on the grounds for 1 night. The tipi village operates like a well-oiled machine. Check-in was simple. A few guys on golf cats helped us with our bags to our tipi. Reception provided free tea, coffee, and drinking water. A fire was started as described and quiet hours were observed. Also, there was someone available 24 hours in the reception tent in case there would be any problems. An attendant gave us a great recommendation for breakfast the next morning. Check out Ernie's in West Yellowstone.
The tipi came equipped with a lantern, cots, sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, and bear spray. While the temperature dropped to near 40 degrees, we stayed pretty warm in our tipi.
There is a building with 5 bathrooms/showers located on the grounds. The only issue was that we had to wait a few minutes to use the shower.
The tipi village is located about a 10 minute drive from Yellowstone and the located worked out perfectly for us. I would definitely recommend this place for those seeking a unique glamping experience.
The tipi's were so unique, and we really enjoyed the experience. Sunset over the ranch was beautiful, and we enjoyed sitting around the campfire. The property is gorgeous. The only downside is the traffic heading into Yellowstone from the West Entrance can get very backed up in the morning.
great service from the staff, couldn't have been more helpful
I had the chance to spend one night in a safari tent in West Yellowstone. The campground is a few miles from the park entrance away, but it is nice situated in the countryside and you can even spot some wildlife around the campground. The tent itself was very comfortable, there was even an oven with wich you could heat the tent. So it was really cozy to sleep but in the morning it was freezing because the fire was gone^^. Fortunately, there was a free coffee provided so that I could warm up a little:-). For one night a great experience.
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