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Luxury Camping Sites To Check Out in the United States
When it comes to camping, there are two kinds of people. Those who don’t mind exposure to the elements, the wildlife, and getting their hands dirty. Then there are those who like the great outdoors but want access to conveniences.
If you seek an elevated camping experience, check out the following sites.
Governor’s Island – New York
Simply hop on the ferry from Manhattan, and you’ll be there at Governor’s Island in minutes. Enjoy uninterrupted views of the river and skyline, then retire to your private tent. Make use of the designer bath products, the rain shower, and a bed so comfortable you won’t want to leave it. Grab a drink during happy hour, ride your bike around the island, and chat with friends around the bonfire while eating s’mores.
Alpenglow Luxury Camping – Alaska
Experience the natural beauty of Alaska like never before. USA Today named Alpenglow one of the 10 best glamping resorts. Mountain tents are for three guests, Forest tents sleep two, and for something that is quite literally out there, try the Glacier Overnight Experience.
The Resort At Paws Up – Montana
Across acres of private land is an assortment of luxury accommodations. Technically, most of them are actual houses in the woods. But some of them have tents just outside. These are great for families and groups of friends who are just getting their toes wet in the camping world. Note that these tent accommodations are available from May to September.
Wildhaven – California
Out in Sonoma County, disconnect at Wildhaven, where sustainable glamping is paramount. The tents are made with environmentally friendly materials, and a portion of your stay goes toward needy families. Choose from three tent tiers: Riverside, Premium, and Standard. All have heated mattress pads and firepits, and your dog can join you for a fee.
Black Tree Resort – Colorado
All you need to bring to Black Tree Resort is yourself, some clothes, and an open mind. The tents are equipped with solar power, stylish furnishings, and comfortable bedding. There’s an all-inclusive breakfast, lunch, and dinner service. Hiking, fishing, and horseback riding will keep you busy. If you’ve never been to Colorado before, you may have trouble leaving. It really is that beautiful.