Animal lovers looking for a unique and luxurious experience should look no further than glamping. This type of camping combines the rustic appeal of nature with the comforts of home. From cozy cabins to safari-style tents, there are plenty of glamping spots across the US that offer access to gourmet food, hot showers, and comfortable blankets. The Ranch at Rock Creek in western Montana is a five-star ranch that offers “glamping tents”, which are more of a hybrid cabin-tent combination.
Outside each cozy glamping cabin, guests will find their own private charcoal barbecue grill and a fire pit for enjoying a cozy fireplace under the stars. In New York State, just below the Catskills, visitors can find luxurious camping in a beautiful microcabin nestled among 2.5 acres of forest. For those looking for an even more luxurious experience, Dunton Hot Springs offers an all-season tent made from reclaimed materials from the 1830s. In summer, guests can stay in one of eight glamping tents about five miles down the road at the campground of Dunton River, all with king beds, gas stoves and en-suite bathrooms with bathtubs.
This glamping campsite in New York offers a cozy tent with kitchen located in a 5-acre park. It features a covered patio, an indoor pool and a hot tub. Conveniently located just 2.5 hours from New York City, this pop-up glamping site will captivate visitors with its safari-style tents with views of the picturesque Sag Harbor, hotel room style furniture and queen-size memory foam mattresses. Wake up to the tranquil beauty of the hills surrounding Ithaca, New York, and to horses in the pasture just outside your glamping site.
The Wild Flower is a “glamping community” that offers several unique options including canvas tents, covered cars in the Old West style and bungalows, as well as amenities such as outdoor yoga classes and a glamping bathhouse with teak-walled showers, underfloor heating and all the hotel's amenities. This safari-inspired luxury site brings glamor to glamping, thanks to wooden floors, king or queen size beds, battery-powered flashlights and private balconies in tents.