When you're into the outdoors, just not to the extent where you don't mind being eaten by mosquitoes or sleeping on the ground... then glamping is for you! It's a more luxurious, comfortable way to enjoy nature and all the wonders of the world without waking up with a sore back or having to bring your own toilet.
When you are thirsty for fresh, clean air and the joy of almost roughing it in a new environment, you needn't look any further than the vastly varied and beautiful American landscape.
Montana's Resort at Paws Up combines luxury amenities with views of 37,000 acres of wilderness. Get cozy in your safari tent or explore the woods and creatures of the ranch at Western Montana’s Blackfoot Valley. It's the perfect place to get back in touch with the sounds of the Earth.
Dome in the Desert is just what it sounds like! Designed like a little igloo in the heart of the desert with AC or wood-burning heaters as required. Star-gaze by night underneath the endless firmament and fit the family under the dome in two separate sleeping areas in the Joshua Tree National Park.
Here's another brilliant glamping cupola: The Mushroom Dome! Perfect for singles or couples, this nature-inspired wooden dome will make you feel like you're the only people left in the world. Watch hummingbirds, take a hike, or check out the nearby beach at Aptos, California.
The Cherry Blossom Yurt is dripping with luxurious details and absolutely packed with space. The yurt has a high roof, a king-sized bed, and a fully-stocked kitchen. You'll be at home next to Lookout Mountain, trees, and views of the Chattanooga Valley at Rising Fawn, Georgia.
Check into a hillside resort that overlooks Big Sur's Pacific coast. The Safari West rooms are built near 2 heated pools and a Japanese bath. Enjoy free WiFi while relaxing in your room or on your private balcony. Soak up views of the ocean, forest, meadow, or canyon.
Carve out a little piece of Ventana Big Sur in California and breathe in that pure, rich, clean oxygen while listening to the sounds of the forest. Opt for one of the rooms with a hot tub on the deck or a fireplace, depending on the weather or your mood. Guests can dine at The Sur House or have a cocktail hour while gazing at the ocean.
Get situated in an adorable little wooden cabin that takes you back to glamping's roots! The Lucky Arrow Retreat features a nearby winery, garden, Pedernales Falls State Park, and Milton Reimers Ranch Park.
The Dome Home is just right for a little getaway in the woods. Decorated with a stunning Turkish rug and immense windows to the trees, this little dome offers mountain views outside Weaverville, North Carolina.
Beverly Wilshire offers a first-of-its-kind in urban glamping! Perch high above Rodeo Drive to take in the sights, sounds, and ambiance of the LA scene at yurt atop the Four Seasons Hotel. Dine in at the Mediterranean restaurant, take a trip to the spa, or get friendly with the local wildlife.
Yurts are ideal for glamping in great Utah outdoors next to the Zion National Park. Heating, AC, full linens, soft beds, and a washer and dryer make for an idyllic retreat full of fishing, hiking, and campfire stories.
This Tiny House has absolutely everything you need to stay toasty warm in the wilderness of the Colorado mountains. It comes with two beds, a jacuzzi, WiFi, and a private kitchen. Excellent for seasonal vacations and those who yearn to be a bear in a winter's cave.
Climb into your very own Tree House in Washington State! Outfitted with stunning architecture, glamorous lighting, electrical appliances, and a jacuzzi, these are a far cry from your childhood playhouse. Situated near Emerald Lake, tree houses offer an adorable place to sleep off a day of canoeing, fishing, hiking, and cooking on the fire.
Under Canvas in the Grand Canyon is overwhelmingly beautiful in its simplicity and beauty. This immense tent community is pet-friendly and features a fireplace and furnished outdoor space. Ideal for amateur astronomers.
The Washington Hideaway Tent is the best of both worlds when it comes to glamping. You have the classic canvas tent roof overhead and a sturdy natural wooden framed shelter open to the world. Inside you'll find delicate touches like hanging lights, soft furnishing, and an indoor fireplace.