G-L-A-M: Get Into These Glamping Resorts, From The East Coast To The West
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G-L-A-M: Get Into These Glamping Resorts, From The East Coast To The West

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Jun 11, 2022

Glamping has become the activity of choice for those who enjoy the excitement of camping, with an addition of luxury. With the perfect mix of camping and glamour, glamping has become increasingly popular over the years.

Instead of a tent, glampers will stay in a travel trailer or cabin. When glamping, you can expect to have an actual bed, electricity, air conditioning, and more.

Activities while glamping includes relaxing at the spa, swimming in the pool and hot tubs, and enjoying gourmet food. 

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If glamping sounds like your type of fun, check out these glamping resorts around the U.S. 

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Wylder Hotel Hope Valley - Hope Valley, California

This resort is almost 100 years old and has recently been upgraded with new glamping rooms. Glampers can enjoy cabins with full kitchens, private soaking tubs, and wood fireplaces. 

Activities include hiking, mountain biking, sledding, and more. There is also a sauna, on-site restaurant, general store, and swimming hole on the 165-acre property. Lake Tahoe is about a 25-mile drive from Wylder Hotel Hope Valley.

Natureluxe & Stars - Watkins Glen, New York

 

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Located near Watkins Glen State Park, Naturluxe & Stars has three glamping options. Glampers can choose between safari tents with private toilets, sinks, and showers, or tents with a shared bathhouse and private outdoor shower.

Glampers can enjoy daily complimentary continental breakfast, campfire s’mores, private hiking trails, and lawn games. 

Little Arrow Outdoor Resort - Townsend, Tennessee

Head down south to the Great Smoky Mountains and experience Little Arrow Outdoor Resort. The glamping tents come with heat and air conditioning, comfortable beds, and a fire pit with a grill grate. Glampers can choose the luxury upgrade, which has private bathrooms and kitchenettes. 

Enjoy the outdoor spa, food truck, hot tub, swimming pool, lounge with coffee, and more. Best of all, this glamping resort is only minutes away from Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 

The Vintages Trailer Resort - Dayton, Oregon

Enjoy Oregon’s wine country with a trip to The Vintages Trailer Resort. There are 36 trailers which include proper beds, air conditioning, and heating, kitchenettes or outdoor grills, and bathrooms. 

There is a swimming pool, a general store, firepits, and complimentary cruiser bikes on the property. 

Asheville Glamping - Asheville, North Carolina

Glampers have the option of renting a glamping tent or treehouse, which can fit up to eight people and has an indoor slide. 

The Safari tent comes with a queen-sized bed and futon as well as air conditioning, and a shared bathhouse. 

Klarhet - Lutsen, Minnesota

 

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Located on the shores of Lake Superior, this resort, which means “clarity” in Swedish will bring you more than just clarity. The property is surrounded by edible plants, lush greenery, and incredible views of the sky. 

There are four domes that have king-and queen-sized beds, a rainfall shower, toilets, cotton bedding, Turkish bath linens, plush bathrobes and slippers, and more. 

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