9 Amazing Places To Go ‘Glamping’ In The U.S. During The Summer

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Camping is an activity enjoyed by many families. But you know what’s even more fun than pitching a tent and roughing it in the woods? Glamping! Glamping is glamorous camping, and it involves many aspects of traditional camping, but also includes the many comforts of home. If you’re interested in trying glamping this summer, check out these awesome glamping locations found throughout the United States.

1. Moose Meadow Lodge & Treehouse: Waterbury, Vermont

Nestled among the Green Mountains, Moose Meadow Lodge features hiking and biking trails, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, antiquing, and more. They also have “The Treehouse” available for rental (pictured here), which can accommodate up to four people.

2. Terra Glamping: Hutton Brickyards, Kingston, New York

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Terra Glamping features gorgeous, luxury tents with views of the Hudson River, and offers activities like yoga, swimming, cooking, and even outdoor concerts. There’s also nearby rafting, hiking, and sculpture gardens to tour.

3. Under Canvas Glacier: Glacier National Park, Montana

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Under Canvas Glacier is a luxury glamping destination located 7 miles from Glacier National Park. Explore the gorgeous sites around you, but return to a beautiful, comfortable tent to unwind after. Each tent accommodates four guests, and you can even bring your pet for an extra fee.

4. Sandy Pines Campground: Kennebunkport, Maine

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This peaceful site is tucked into a secluded beach forest, just minutes from Goose Rocks Beach and Dock Square. There are three types of glamping available at this site: Camp Carriages (pictured here), Hideaway Huts, and Glamp Tents.

5. Fireside Resort: Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Visit Fireside Resort in the summertime for amazing hiking, and in the wintertime for world-class skiing. This resort features 24 guest cabins that are the perfect combination of rustic charm and modern necessities. Plus, they’re also pet-friendly!

6. Huttopia White Mountains: North Conway, New Hampshire

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Enjoy swimming in the lake and at the beach, or in the heated pool if that’s more your thing! Huttopia White Mountains offers wood and canvas tents with all the comforts of home. This resort is super kid-friendly, and is located just over 2 hours from Boston.

7. Conestoga Ranch: Bear Lake, Utah

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Choose between a wide range of luxurious tents and covered wagons when you stay at the beautiful Conestoga Ranch. Enjoy lake activities, cave exploration, yoga, on-property dining, or even a massage at their very own spa.

8. Dunton Hot Springs: Dunton, Colorado

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Just across the mountain from Telluride, Dunton Hot Springs calls itself a “romantic ghost town” set in the middle of an alpine valley. Enjoy the hot springs, go horseback riding, grab a meal in the saloon, and enjoy a spa treatment right on site.

9. Ventana Big Sur: Big Sur, California

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Marvel at the beauty of Big Sur, but retire to your luxury tent with heated floors and a custom-designed mattress at the end of the day. The glamping offered at Ventana Big Sur is extremely private, and would make for the perfect couples weekend.

Further reading:

– Explore glamping opportunities in Canada 

– Check out land for sale in Texas and create your own awesome glamping location

– tips for glamping with children