Glamping is the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors without sacrificing comfort. It combines the proximity to nature of a traditional camping trip with the comfort and relaxation of a hotel stay. Glamping sites in the United States offer ready-to-use tents, comfortable beds, and stunning views. From the White Mountains of New Hampshire to the redwoods of California, there are plenty of options for glamping in the US.
Whether you prefer tents, glass domes, covered cars, Airstreams, or wooden cabins, there is something for everyone. At Ventana Redwood or the canyon in California, you can enjoy heated blankets, a king bed, a picnic table, and separate fire pits for gas and wood. Dunton River campground offers mountain tents nestled in poplar trees or river tents that are located steps above the west fork. All tents are equipped with king beds, private bathrooms with a 6-foot bathtub, gas stoves and a mountain bike for getting around the property.
Westgate River Ranch Resort & Rodeo in Florida offers horseback riding, an award-winning rodeo on Saturday nights, and more. Mendocino Grove in Northern California includes 60 tents located on a 37-acre property. Each tent is equipped with comfortable beds, redwood floors, and butterfly-shaped leather patio chairs, as well as its own outdoor table and fire ring. Asheville Glamping has a variety of lodging options including geodesic domes, creeks and glamping tents located on a 15-acre rural property.
Each tent has a queen bed, air conditioning and a private fire pit and propane grill. Moose Meadow Lodge offers four luxury rooms (and a “magical” treehouse) that can accommodate up to 12 people. The property offers mountain views, hiking trails, a trout pond and the Sky Loft, a glazed gazebo at the highest point of the property with unparalleled panoramic views. Dunton Hot Springs is a romantic 19th-century ghost town located in Colorado's extraordinary Alpine Valley.
Huttopia is a glamping chain based in Europe; this secluded site in the White Mountains is the first place in the United States. Under Canvas glamping retreats are available in Zion, Moab, Yellowstone, Glacier, the Great Smoky Mountains and the Grand Canyon. Animal lovers flock to this luxury glamping site which offers access to a farm with horses, cows, pigs, alpacas and chickens. Glamping offers an accessible way to get into nature for those who don't know anything about building a tent or camping outdoors.
It's much more spacious than tents giving you and your travel companions space to extend both horizontally and vertically. With all these options available for glamping in the US you can find something that suits your needs perfectly.