If camping in nature is your passion and you don’t want to give up any of those luxuries you cannot live without, here are 5 “tasty” choices that are sure to satisfy your glamping palette.
Glamping is the ideal way to experience and explore the great outdoors without sacrificing any of the creature comforts (amenities) that you enjoy at home. Whether you spend your time camping in an Airstream trailer, a tent, a treehouse, or a yurt (portable dwellings typically used by Central Asian nomads), glamping is camping in the lap of luxury. If camping in nature is your passion and you don’t want to give up any of those luxuries you cannot live without, here are 5 “tasty” choices that are sure to satisfy your glamping palette:
Costa Noa (Pescadero, California) – compared to other glamping destinations in the state, this one is definitely one of the calmer escapes that you will find in northern California. Whether you’re a mountain biker or a surfer this is a great spot for luxury camping. Despite that it is somewhat out of the way and removed, you’re still close enough for side trips into Santa Cruz or San Francisco. And there is a lot to see and do when you are there.
Dunton Hot Springs (Dolores, Colorado) – tucked into the mighty San Juan Mountain Range across from the renowned ski resort of Telluride is this former ghost town turned glamping area. During the season, the lush mountain flowers and foliage are blooming prolifically while the town of Dunton Hot Springs is alive with activity. By the way, the accommodations here are all-inclusive. So you might find this destination hard to beat. It is a perfect destination for family vacations.
The Martyn House (Ellijay, Georgia) – this 18-acre glamping destination features a blend of the back-to-nature mindset and Southern charm. The mood here is more laidback rather than all out glamorous, but it is the ideal destination for those individuals who want just enough of a taste of nature to satisfy their curiosity about the great outdoors. Plus, the Blue Ridge Mountains are a short drive up the road. Thus, if hiking is on your agenda, don’t miss the enjoyment.
The Resort at Paws Up (Greenough, Montana) – you have a choice of 2 or 3 bedroom tents that are cleaned twice a day and completely furnished. Whether you choose to go to the Blackfoot River for some trophy flyfishing or just relax with your favorite appetizers and bottle of wine, The Resort at Paws Up is truly luxury camping at its finest. You’ll be spoilt with choices.
Yellowstone under Canvas (West Yellowstone, Montana) – there is no better way to explore one of the most popular National Parks than by camping comfortably outdoors in Mother Nature’s glorious environment. Open blue skies, panoramic views and verdant environs.
Best of all, you don’t have to commit to an extend stay in order to venture into the park for adventuring and exploring the best nature has to offer in this part of the US.
Pack your bags and book your tickets. Luxury camping is the next big thing.