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1. Camp Comfort, Texas
Originally a historic bowling alley built in 1860, Camp Comfort was converted into a boutique bed and breakfast on Cypress Creek in Comfort, TX. The campground that houses four rooms and two cabins doesn’t have a front desk, but it does boast a courtyard of communal fire pits and a social hall with tables and chairs, a coffee bar, and fresh cookies served daily to all guests.
2. Moose Meadow Lodge, Waterbury, VT
Nestled on 86 secluded acres in the Green Mountains, Moose Meadow Lodge offers the quintessential Adirondack-style lodge experience with four luxury guest rooms (plus a treehouse!) that can accommodate up to 12 guests. The property’s central location is just a short distance from some of Vermont’s most popular attractions including skiing, hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, antiquing, and fine dining.
3. Camp’d Out Joshua Tree Experience, Joshua Tree, California
Looking for a chance to camp out inside a National Park? Then you're in luck: The legendary La Quinta Resort & Club brings the Waldorf Astoria experience to Joshua Tree National Park. Partnering with Camp'd Out Tents, the resort has created what they're dubbing the Camp’d Out Joshua Tree Experience. Waldorf Astoria bedding, s’mores, butler service, and more await you.
4. Conestoga Ranch, Garden City, Utah
Situated on the shores of beautiful Bear Lake, this 18-acre ranch features jaw-dropping Conestoga wagons and "Grand Tents" as well as "Traditional Family Tents." Plush pillows, in-unit bathrooms, and a massage tent make this destination bucket list-worthy.
5. Eastwind Hotel and Bar, Windham, New York
If you're looking for a cozy place to nestle up for the weekend, look no further than Eastwind Hotel & Bar. Located in the picturesque town of Windham, New York, Eastwind channels a Scandinavian approach to glamping with their affectionately dubbed "Lushnas." Each Lushna is outfitted with a queen bed, private bathroom, and Faribault wool blankets. Best of all, a firepit and sauna are just steps away, giving the glamping experience a luxe feel.
6. Mendocino Grove, Mendocino, California
The overwhelmingly five-star ratings on Airbnb and Tripadvisor speak for themselves. Mendocino Grove's sprawling 37 acres feature an assortment of tent sizes (whether you're leaning toward a couples getaway or family vacay), all outfitted with cozy beds and linens. Wind down for the day on the shelter's wooden platform seated on leather butterfly chairs.
7. Terra Glamping, East Hampton, New York
With furnishing this opulent, you'd almost never know you were in the heart of the great outdoors. Conveniently located just 2.5 hours from New York City, this glamping pop-up will woo your crew with its safari-style tents overlooking the picturesque Sag Harbor, hotel room-style furniture, and, best of all, queen-size memory foam mattresses. Perfect for escaping the grid, the high-end getaway also purposely lacks Wi-Fi to encourage connecting with those around you.
8. Firelight Camps, Ithaca, New York
This luxury safari-inspired site puts the glamour in glamping, thanks to hardwood floors, king- or queen-size beds, battery-powered lanterns, and private tented balconies. That’s not all—located on La Tourelle Resort and Spa—Firelight also boasts complimentary locally-sourced breakfast, a lobby tent that doubles as a reception desk, and access to the nearby Upper Buttermilk Falls hiking trails. Plus, you and your friends can bond at the central “fire circle” with fellow campers.
9. Asheville Glamping, Asheville, North Carolina
Ditch the canvas for one of Asheville's star-gazing-friendly luxury camping domes. Or if that's not your speed, you can also choose from a handful of Airstream rentals, yurts, safari tents, and the recently added tree house.
10. Huttopia White Mountains, Conway, New Hampshire
The first Huttopia to make its way to the U.S, this chain of outdoor oases lets you choose your own adventure based on your tent choice and party size. Glampers, for example, will get a kick out of the Canadian Tent for its provided camping supplies and functioning kitchen.
11. Ventana Big Sur, an Alila Resort, Big Sur, California
When Ventana shut down for renovations after the only bridge into Big Sur was destroyed, they decided to add 15 luxury tents to the 20-acre redwood canyon below the main part of the resort. Not only do the safari-style tents include real beds and luxe white linens, but there’s also hot running water in each one plus daily housekeeping services to boot.
12. Under Canvas Mount Rushmore, Keystone, South Dakota
Opened in 2018 in the Black Hills of South Dakota on the outskirts of an original gold mining settlement, Under Canvas Mount Rushmore features three different styles of glamping tents. From safari style tents with king-size beds and wood-burning stoves to suite tents that are large enough to fit a separate lounge area with a queen-size leather sleeper sofa, you could travel here alone, with a few of your best girlfriends, or your entire family.
13. Capitol Reef Resort, Torrey, Utah
While guests can also stay in the main lodge, a luxury cabin or a tipi at this resort located on the edge of Capitol Reef National Park, our pick would be the Conestoga wagons they've outfitted with king beds and two sets of twin bunks. Even though the wagons are based on 19th-century designs, you won’t exactly be roughing it like a pioneer, considering they’re all air conditioned and have private bathrooms just a few steps away.
14. Dunton River Camp, Dolores, Colorado
While the ghost town-turned luxury resort of Dunton Hot Springs does have one all-season tent made from reclaimed materials from the 1830s, in the summer you can stay at one of the eight glamping tents about five miles down the road at Dunton River Campthat all feature king beds, gas stoves, and en suite bathrooms with soaking tubs.
15. Sandy Pines Campground, Kennebunkport, Maine
Each of the 16 glamping tents at Sandy Pines have all been individually decorated by New England designers. But if you're looking for an even more unique experience, Sandy Pines also offers miniature A-Frame huts and Camp Carriages (which are more commonly referred to as Shepherd's Huts).
16. Collective Governors Island, New York, New York
Even though you’re only an eight-minute ferry ride from Manhattan’s Financial District, you’ll feel a world away at the glamping retreat on Governors Island. Facing the Statue of Liberty on the west side of the island, the retreat includes bell tents with shared bathrooms and a separate area of luxury glamping tents that all have their own private en-suite bathrooms.
17. Under Canvas Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Under Canvas features different styles of tents and tipis and is set on 200 acres and offers easy access to Great Smoky Mountain National Park as well as the Appalachian Trail.
18. Auto Camp, Guerneville, California
Choose your own glamping adventure at AutoCamp’s Russian River location in northern California. Whether you’d prefer to stay in a classic Airstream trailer, luxury tent or miniature Happier Camper, each type of accommodation comes with Casper mattresses, Malin + Goetz bath products, and access to the Russian River.
19. Bellfire Tipi, Roxbury, New York
The small town of Roxbury in New York's Catskills mountains is one of the best places for stargazing in the state. Make a weekend of it by camping at the Bellfire Tipi, which is decorated with custom-made furniture and has a fire pit at its center. Unlike many of the other glamping sites on this list, the Bellfire Tipi does not have electricity—but that’s better for stargazing anyway, right?
20. The Resort at Paws Up, Greenough, Montana
Between May and October, the Resort at Paws Up takes reservations for its 30 glamping tents that have every modern luxury you could possibly think of. Air conditioning? Check. Hardwood floors? Check. A private, en suite bathroom with heated floors? Check and check. It almost seems ridiculous to call these tents, but despite all their amenities you're always close to the great outdoors.
21. Fireside Resort, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Located in Jackson Hole, Fireside Resort offers 25 rustic, yet modern lodging choices in Wyoming. The Wedge Cabin allows you to cuddle by the fireplace or enjoy a romantic dinner with its kitchenette, while Road Haus has a high ceiling design, private deck and queen-size bed. For larger groups, stay in the Caboose Cabin with space for six. These sustainably built cabins offer a unique glamping experience, where you’re surrounded by the Teton wilderness and can enjoy its rustic appeal.
22. Cody Wyoming Trout Ranch, Cody, Wyoming
Head to Cody Wyoming Trout Ranch for a pleasant outdoor adventure, where you can stay in a fully-loaded RV site or stretch out in the adorable teepees nestled along the Shoshone river bank. You’re spoiled with on-site amenities, from laundry facilities to shower areas and a chance to fish for your dinner at the on-site trout hatchery. Relax at this pet-friendly site and soak up your surroundings as you fall asleep to the gentle sound of the running river.
23. Under Canvas Grand Canyon, Arizona
One of the most unique ways to experience one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, this glamping resort offers a variety of luxury tent options, including the Stargazer, which, along with an en suite bathroom, private deck and wood stove, features a panoramic viewing window above the king bed so you can take advantage of some of the best stargazing, thanks to the area’s lack of light pollution. Under Canvas is located just outside Valle, Arizona, on 160 secluded areas of beautiful piñon and juniper forest. It’s a quick 25-minute drive to the South Rim entrance of Grand Canyon National Park, and a great home base where gourmet meals are served al fresco and s’mores are enjoyed around a communal campfire.
24. Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills, California
For those who want to sleep under the stars in the city of stars, the luxurious Beverly Wilshire has introduced L.A.’s first urban glamping experience on the 2,140-square-foot terrace of its Veranda Suite, the only room in the hotel to reside on its own floor. A soaring respite ten stories up, the studio terrace features 270-degree views of the Hollywood Hills and Rodeo Drive. The much-touted Four Seasons sleep experience remains intact on a queen-size bed under an expansive tent, which is 16 feet in diameter and over 10 feet tall in the center; it comes complete with a crystal chandelier, marble lamps and antique nightstands.
25. Majestic Volcano Rental, Hawaii
The cabin is located just five minutes from Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park and three minutes from Volcano Village. In addition, the town of Hilo lies just 40 minutes away, while Kona is around two hours away. Glamping has never seemed so convenient for folks who want to spend a few nights on the Big Island. Surrounded by Ohia trees, this minimal, cozy cabin features an open-plan living room and bedroom, a king-size bed, a sofa bed for additional guests or kids, a small kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, and stove, a washer and dryer, and a gorgeous bathroom with a shower, sink, and toilet, as well as soft towels and linens.