Traveling by car, train, or plane can get pretty tiring after a while, especially if you’re traveling alone or with just one other person.
There’s always the option of staying in a hotel, but that can be more expensive than you’d like and often comes with more rules than you care to follow.
The solution? Glamping! Glamping (glamorous camping) is camping without sacrificing any of the comfort or luxury that you’re used to at home.
And of course, do not forget to check before whether there are travel restrictions for this area and in the US in general. Always with you - hand sanitizer, maintaining social distance, and masks if necessary. Yes yes… COVID19 is still with us...
Just a short distance from San Francisco, Yosemite National Park offers stunning views of towering granite cliffs and boulders.
Visitors can also go on hikes to see amazing natural waterfalls or visit one of nature’s greatest wonders—Yosemite Falls.
Whether you want to spend your days relaxing by a crystal-clear river or hiking through some of America’s most beautiful mountains, Yosemite is a great place to clamp.
Located near Arches National Park, Moab is a scenic paradise that boasts camping locations that are worthy of any outdoor enthusiast’s bucket list.
The national park is made up of over 2,000 natural arches and bridges. With views like these, it’s no wonder why glampers come from all over to stay at a tent resort just outside its borders.
Sure, it’s an hour away from Denver, but if you’re going to spend a weekend being outdoorsy in Colorado, why not go all out? Located next to Boulder Reservoir, Boulder Brook Campground offers full-hookup sites that are as close to glamping as you can get without being out on a sailboat.
From Walt Disney World to SeaWorld, Orlando is home to some of America’s most beloved theme parks.
And while Orlando may be known as a family-friendly vacation destination, it also offers an exciting mix of places that offer activities both children and adults will enjoy.
Looking to get out of town but not willing to give up your creature comforts? The luxurious cabins at Glenwood Springs are an ideal way to spend a long weekend.
Guests rave about these quaint, historic lodging options. And there’s no need to leave all your creature comforts behind.
You’ll find comfortable amenities such as high-thread-count sheets, plush pillows, bathrobes, and more.
If you’re looking to get away from it all, but still want a relatively luxurious camping experience, there’s no better place than Chelan.
This quaint little town located on Lake Chelan is home to some of Washington’s best wineries.
But if you prefer staying dry instead of sampling wine, there are plenty of ways to keep busy.