Jerome, Arizona. “Haunted” hotel: The Spanish mission–style Jerome Grand Hotel was previously a hospital and is considered by some to be one of the most haunted places in Arizona. The Travel Channel filmed an episode of Ghost Adventures here in 2010.
Dolores, Colorado. Covered wagons and yurts: The Dolores River Campground has RV and tent sites as well as rental cabins, yurts, covered wagons, and a 1953 Airstream travel trailer.
Dolores, Colorado. Glamping tents: In addition to RV and tent sites, the Views RV Park and Campground offers furnished glamping tents, including an extra-large tent with a toilet and kitchen table sitting area.
Durango, Colorado. “Haunted” hotel: The Rochester Hotel, built in 1892, is on the register of the “100 Most Haunted Hotels in America.” Ghosts or no ghosts, guests appreciate the Old West style and the complimentary cruiser bicycles.
Moab, Utah. Glamping tents: Several of the furnished glamping tents at Under Canvas Moab have a wood deck, a full bathroom, and a hot shower. The Stargazer tent features a star-viewing window over the bed.
Alton, Utah. Covered wagons: Whispering Pines Covered Wagon Resort, located halfway between Zion and Bryce Canyon, offers five furnished covered wagons.
Bryce Canyon, Utah. Tipis: Ruby’s Inn RV Park and Campground has RV and tent sites, cabins, and unfurnished tipis.
St. George, Utah. Polygamy history: A historical landmark, the Seven Wives Inn was built in 1873. Owner Edwin G. Woolley hid polygamists in the attic of his largest house after polygamy was outlawed by the U.S. government in 1882. One of the polygamists was Benjamin F. Johnson, the innkeepers' ancestor who had seven wives.
RV rentals: El Monte RV offers a selection of Class A and Class C rentals at pickup/drop-off locations that include Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Phoenix.