LUXURY GLAMPING & CABIN AIRBNB RENTALS
WILL I HAVE WIFI AND CELL PHONE SERVICE?
Wifi Internet is available in all accommodations but due to our location, strength can be spotty. We have recommendations for guests that need strong internet here. Due to the property’s remote location, cell phone service is spotty and not guaranteed.
DOES CANE BEDS WELCOME CHILDREN AND FAMILIES?
To help in ensuring that all guests on site can enjoy their stay, we do not allow children under the age of 2 years old unless you are doing a group-site booking. We provide games for entertainment as well as basic safety features, such as carbon monoxide detectors and a first aid kit. If you require any specific needs, please feel free to contact us and we will do what we can to accommodate.
HOW FAR ARE THE LOCAL GROCERY STORES AND RESTAURANTS?
We are less than 10 minutes from Bee's Marketplace: a full-sized grocery store that provides everything you need: from meats, fresh produce, snacks & liquor to misc needs such as sunblock and paper goods. See more information on our Food & Grocery recommendations here.
We are less than 5 minutes from a gas station/car wash and have several restaurants within a 40-minute radius
WHAT WEATHER SHOULD I EXPECT?
Located at 5,000 ft weather in Cane Beds, AZ is consistently dry, with lots of sunshine and very few rainy days.
Mar – H: 61° | L: 27
April – H: 67° | L: 31°
May – H: 78° | L: 39°
June – H: 89° | L: 48°
July – H: 96° | L: 57°
Aug – H: 92° | L: 55°
Sept – H: 84° | L: 46°
Oct – H: 69° | L: 35°
Nov – H: 57° | L: 27°
Dec – H: 47° | L: 20°
Jan – H: 46° | L: 19°
Feb – H: 53° | L: 24°
THIS IS MY FIRST TIME GLAMPING, WHAT SHOULD I PACK?
Each property comes with a Heater and an AC or oscillating fan so you can count on being comfortable inside your tent or cabin based on your specific settings. However the tents are made out of canvas, so the weather will fluctuate based on outdoor conditions. Since the weather is significantly warmer in the daytime compared to nighttime, we recommend dressing in layers.
For activities, hiking boots, shorts or pants, and short and long-sleeved shirts are best for summer hiking and biking. For winter, please pack mid-weight to heavy jackets, sweaters, long-sleeved shirts (flannel, fleece, or wool), weather-resistant pants, warm socks, hats, and gloves. Other extras you may want to pack include sunglasses, a camera, and a swimsuit.
Although we pride ourselves in providing high-quality accommodations, we do want to remind guests that this is still an "outdoor experience": coolers are provided to store foods (outdoor grilling will be key for food preparation), weather conditions play a huge role in your experience so please pack and plan accordingly.
WHERE IS CANE BEDS LOCATED?
We are located at the border of Arizona and Utah in Cane Beds, Arizona (5 minutes outside Colorado City, AZ) in Mohave County.
Our town is centrally located with access to National & State Parks. Keep in mind, since we are surrounded by canyons, drive times may seem long but I assure you, the views make them speed by! We are approx. 50 min from Zion National Park and about 2 hrs from both Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Canyon National Park.
We are 40 minutes away from Kanab, Utah a town full of sand dunes, arches, caves, toadstools, dinosaur tracks, and hiking trails. Other popular towns around us are Page, AZ (2 hrs) & St.George, UT (50 min)
Cane Beds is located at 36°56′03″N 112°54′42″W. Our GPS coordinates are: (36.934154, −112.911788).
Timezone: Mountain Standard Time
WHAT ARE YOUR POLICIES AROUND CO-VID19?
We are deeply committed to guest service and safety. Please see this page dedicated to questions concerning our COVID-19 response.
WHAT IS YOUR POLICY ON PETS?
In order to provide top-quality lodging for all of our guests, we do not allow pets at Cane Beds Corral. If you have a service animal, please contact us and we will gladly work with you to accommodate.
WHAT KIND OF WILDLIFE DO YOU HAVE ON THE PROPERTY?
Similar to the rest of the region, one can expect small wildlife, such as rabbits, in the area. Flies do come out in the summer so be prepared! Although you may hear the sounds of coyotes at night, we have never had an encounter with them & or any other "dangerous" wildlife on our grounds. Since we are in the open range, we cannot guarantee what one might encounter while outdoors: bugs, spiders, etc. If this is an area of concern- please contact us and we will do our best to prepare you ahead of time.