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Our experience at Moab Under Canvas was fantastic. We stayed in one of the tipis and loved every minute of it. Our tipi was fitted with 3 cots, all with sleeping bags, bag liners, pillows, one wooden chair, a wooden table, trash can, a battery powered electric lantern and a fan. The staff we met during our one-night stay were all extremely nice, accommodating, and helpful. We were so curious about the other tent options that they gladly gave us a tour of one of the larger vacant tents (so beautiful).
When we arrived in the afternoon, the wind speed was intense which isn't the most pleasant experience in a tipi (really loud, canvas walls whipping around violently), but the tents and tipis are so secure that there's nothing to worry about…it would be difficult to sleep through but the winds completely died down by the time we went to sleep. The sleeping bags kept us very warm, and the cots are comfortable.
Bathrooms for the tipis are in a shipping container sized trailer, very clean, with showers. We never had to wait in a line to use the bathroom. Staff offered to take our orders for breakfast, which they would run into town to get for us in the morning and deliver to our tipi. There's also a communal fire pit that they'll start up for any guests who are interested.
I'd highly recommend trying this, even if you're not really into camping. The view of the red rock and valley below is incredible to wake up to.
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We had a blast in our Teepee at Yellowstone under canvas. Super tight operation, and on top of all the things that are fun about staying at a campground. And the site is stunning. Recommended!
I can't say enough good things about our lovely evening at Yellowstone Under Canvas. Definitely a highlight of our road trip around the US and a "must do" for any travelers to one of America's greatest natural treasures.
If you like camping you should definitely go. Yellowstone is around the corner and this is a great overnight budget option for visiting the park. The tipi's are quite spacious and although there was not always hot water available in the luxurious shared bathrooms, the idyllic spot the camp is at does compensate a lot! An unforgettable experience.
What a wonderful way to spend a night! The hosts were knowledgable, helpful, and friendly. The tent was clean, comfortable, and cozy - with enough layers for the sleeping bags to ward off the cold night air and lock in the warmth. And, of course, you can't beat the setting - mountains all around and horses out in pasture. I spent hours the morning I was to check out simply listening to the birds and watching the high grass dance. I highly recommend Yellowstone Under Canvas and look forward to staying twice as long on my next trip.
Yellowstone Under Canvas ranks as one of our favorite vacations of all time. We have traveled the world and made the decision this year to visit one of the nations favored spots. The camp is everything that the pictures elude to. Right on the river, beautiful and peaceful. The sky alone amazes morning, noon and night. A comfortable bed is "muy importante" to me and this was as good as it gets. We stayed in a Safari tent. The staff stocks it daily with firewood and clean towels. We made a point to come back multiple afternoons to nap and hang out along the river, read and relax. At times there was a light sprinkle or winds and the sound of it on the tent during a nap, was the best. We spent time in the park and doing things around town, including a horse back ride in the mountains. The staff at camp was diverse and many were on summer work Visa's from around the world. They were wonderful, interesting and eager to please. The GM was a great guy, who both my husband and I had a good time getting to know. We attended camp fire one evening and met people from China, Belgium, Denmark and from multiple locals across the U.S. If you stay make sure to try the BarNRanch for breakfast and Cafe Madriz (Tapas and Paella) in town for dinner. Thank you YUCanvas for a great vacation.
It's a beautiful place. Really is. But quite far away from the Airbnb experience we've gotten used to. Shouldn't even be listed here, in our opinion. It's about 50 tents, a reception area and 100-150 guests. The girl in the reception had no idea who we were and had no contact information on us, because we weren't "in their system", (because we booked through Airbnb). Sounds like their just using the site for ad listing. We had to try and book four times before we got a response — pretty bad.
6 bathrooms on 150 guests is also a bit few. Especially when the bathrooms also have showers in them, which means there can easily be quite a long wait.
The tents had an ok bed and the sleeping bags kept us warm. Will probably not return.
It was raining when we reached the place. Though it was very cold, the view was great and we saw double rainbows. The place might be a bit inconvenient when it rained as the ground and the tipis were all wet. Wear waterproof footwear would be better. Expect small queues if you stay in a tipi and need to go to the shared bathrooms.
The overall experience is unique and good.
I stayed at Yellowstone Under Canvas for a couple nights over July 4th with my dog, Marley. All of the staff members were extremely helpful and welcoming. They greeted us warmly and showed us to our tent. They explained all the guidelines and features and invited us to the nightly campfire and encouraged us to bring wine. The space was a lot of fun. The scenery and river are simply wonderful and the sunset each night was breathtaking. We loved our tent and coming back to a comfy bed after a long day of hiking and exploring! We met people from all over the country sitting around the campfire. The restaurant at the ranch next door was also really convenient (and delicious). Marley loved running along the river and swimming each morning and evening. I appreciated that he was allowed to be off-leash down in that green/river space. We will definitely be visiting again! Even over the busy holiday the campground never felt super crowded. We loved it!
It was a pleasure to host Sarah and her husband at the Suite Retreat in Ojai. I would welcome them back anytime.