Chic New Campground Has Instagram-worthy Cabins, Designer Airstreams, and a Drive-in Movie Theater

Located amidst the magnificent Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument near Bryce Canyon National Park, Yonder Escalante may just be what social distancing dreams are made of. In April, Yonder, a collection of modern hybrid resort concepts designed to provide travelers with a new way to experience America's most beautiful national parks, announced the opening of its inaugural property in Utah, which comes complete with 20 acres to roam, several accommodation types to choose from, and access to some of the most stunning outdoor destinations of the American West. Built on the grounds of a former drive-in movie theater, Yonder Escalante comes with 32 different accommodations, including 10 vintage Airstreams that have been fully renovated to include all the modern amenities. Guests can also choose to sleep in one of its 22 custom-designed A-frame cabins made out of exposed birch plywood and glass walls to look out to the desert views. Travelers can even choose to roll up in their own RV to park at one of its 67 RV sites. RV sites start at $69 a night, cabins at $249 a night, and Airstreams rent for $313 a night.