19 Unbelievable Glamping Destinations for Your Next Outdoor Adventure

Glamping is pretty much like camping, except it provides extra facilities to make the experience more upscale. It’s perfect for people who love camping but…

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Glamping is pretty much like camping, except it provides extra facilities to make the experience more upscale. It’s perfect for people who love camping but don’t want to give up the luxury of a shower, comfortable bed, and kitchen.

We have researched some unbelievable glamping destinations for your next outdoor adventure. It’s not easy to limit this list to 19 as so many well-equipped and beautiful choices are available.

In this guide, we have listed top-notch glamping destinations for your reference. You can review them and pick one for your next outdoor adventure.  

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1. Backland (Williams, Arizona)

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Opened in 2022, this remote resort offers four glamping options: Backland Suite, Grand Suite, SkyView Suite, and Grand Sky Suite. The latter two offer a 16-foot skylight in the ceiling above the bed for stargazing, while all four boast huge panoramic windows for a view of the Arizona wilderness.

The luxury tent accommodates up to six people and two pets. They feature king-sized beds, a full en suite bathroom with a shower, luxury linens, electricity, automatic climate control, an outdoor patio, a coffee maker, a mini fridge, housekeeping services, and some toiletries. Backland doesn’t have Wi-Fi in the tents, but only at the reception since guests are encouraged to unplug during their stay.

2. Bodhi Farms (Bozeman, Montana)

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Positioned at the base of the Gallatin Mountains, Bodhi Farms is the most authentic and sustainable way to visit Montana. You can spend time at the farm and watch animals roam in the fields. In the summer, the creekside property features yoga and spa services, gardening, a wood-fired sauna, nightly campfires, and fly fishing.

The farm has an open-air patio restaurant that provides a farm-to-table dining experience in the field kitchen all summer. Overnight guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. daily. 

3. The Spectacular Spyglass Treehouse (Occidental, California)

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The exceptional Spyglass Treehouse combines simplicity in a grove of magnificent redwoods. From convenient amenities to one-of-a-kind artwork, the living room has it all.

The cozy bedroom features a king-size bed with collapsible walls, an infrared sauna, and a Cedar hot tub for a relaxing experience. The handcrafted living room with floor-to-ceiling windows immerses you in the forest’s natural beauty. The treehouses are constructed and maintained with 100% environmentally friendly materials, solar panels, and rainwater collectors. 

4. Terramor Outdoor Resort (Bar Harbor, Maine)

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Terramor Outdoor Resort in Maine near Acadia National Park is KOA’s first attempt at glamping. Each tent has electrical and Wi-Fi hookups, a watertight powder-coated metal exterior, portable heating units, and coolers. The tent houses 2 to 5 people, and several of them have a fully furnished bathroom.

Terramor also offers an outdoor swimming area, fancy tubs, lawn games, on-site entertainers, nightly campfires, and areas to stargaze. It also has an eatery and a bar, which serves expert-made drinks and high-quality local beers.

5. Klarhet’s Laguz Dome (Lutsen, Minnesota)

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Klarhet, which means “clarity” in Swedish, is an intimate glamping experience. The property is cuddled on the shores of Lake Superior and circled by a food forest. Among the amenities in Klarhet’s Laguz Dome are a communal fire pit, yoga mat, and snowshoes to explore the local state parks, where you may also walk around.

The dome has one queen and one king bed, ideal for four people. However, note that the property only accepts children ages 5 and up.

6. GeoDome (Eureka Springs, Arkansas)

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The GeoDome is a high-end dome with a vintage feel that offers various services and a picturesque deck to breathe fresh air. It’s developed for luxury and has state-of-the-art climate control equipment installed. It combines all the best of nature with the luxury of a nice hotel room. 

You can stargaze or enjoy the forest view while lying in your climate-controlled dome. You can also bathe in the hot tub, cook on the deck, and drink cocktails from the hammock built into the home. The GeoDome is only 15 minutes to Eureka Springs downtown and 8 minutes to Beaver Lake.

7. Under Canvas (Multiple Locations)

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Under Canvas is the best option for first-time glampers. It offers a dozen glamping spots nationwide, including the newest outpost in Paradise Valley, Montana, near Yellowstone National Park. 

Safari-style tents feature king-sized beds, wood stoves, West Elm patio furnishings, and en suite bathrooms with organic bath products and hot running water. In addition to on-site cafe-style food, campers have access to activities that range from yoga and guided hikes to live acoustic music.

8. Tent in Moab (Moab, Utah)

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Another unbelievable glamping destination is Utah’s Tent in Moab. It’s a one-of-a-kind escape surrounded by wild and pristine beauty. Enjoy a unique glamping experience on 80 acres of private and secluded property. 

You can stay in one of two luxury tents outfitted with hotel-quality beds and linens. Each tent features a private bathroom built into the red rock landscape, with a hot shower, sink, and flush toilet. 

9. Boujee Bear Glamping Dome (Townsend, Tennessee)

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The Boujee Bear Glamping Dome is a unique place that offers lovely glamping stays. It has excellent amenities, including AC, a king-size bed, heated bathroom floors, a 43-inch TV, and a luxurious deck with a grill, fire pit, and air fryer. 

Currently, the place doesn’t cater to pets since they may attract wildlife. The property is good for couples, solo adventurers, and families.

10. Asheville Glamping (Asheville, North Carolina)

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Asheville Glamping in North Carolina offers accommodations in five categories: The Treehouse, The Slide Dome, The Mountain View Dome, The Parkway Dome, and the Star Dome, where you can literally see the stars while in bed.

Amenities depend on the chosen category. You can also opt for the safari tent, which has a queen bed and a futon, an outdoor propane grill, a fire pit, and a picnic table. The tent also has air conditioning and a shared bath house with toilets and showers. You can bring your pets since the place is pet-friendly. 

11. El Cosmico (Marfa, Texas)

For a dog-friendly camping venue with a touch of magic, you might enjoy the hipster vibe of El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas. It is one of the best glamping locations in the state and includes several trailers with bathrooms and communal bathhouses. 

El Cosmico’s shared outdoor facilities include a kitchen, dining area, bike rentals, a provisions store, hammock grove, outdoor stage, and wood-fired Dutch hot tubs. You can bike, walk, or simply sit outside your trailer to read a book and observe the lovely place.

12. Collective Retreats (Governors Island, New York)

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Did you know you can go glamping in New York City? Collective Retreats has many locations, including the Texas Hill Country and an up-and-coming site near Vail, Colorado, with more in the works. 

Every location boasts beautiful tents with high-end linens, stunning landscapes, electricity, and upscale toiletries. Some tents, such as the exclusive Outlook Shelter at the Governor’s Island resort in New York, boast en-suite bathrooms, while others use shared bathhouses.

13. Alchemy – Earthen Home (Asheville, North Carolina)

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Previously known as Treehouses of Serenity, the Earth & Sky Dwellings is 10 minutes from Asheville, North Carolina. It’s in the Blue Ridge Mountains and offers majestic long-range mountain views made possible with large windows. Its kitchen has everything you need for cooking. 

The property lacks a vent for an electric cooktop, so light cooking is your only option. However, an electric grill is available to cook meat and other foods. Besides that, Trader Joe’s, Harris Teeter, and Fresh Market grocery stores are nearby. 

14. Capitol Reef Resort (Torrey, Utah)

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The Conestoga wagon is one of several U.S. Capitol Reef Resort settings that offer glamping. The resort’s Conestoga wagons, which include twin bunk beds and a king bed, can accommodate six people. They have lamps, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and charming rustic furniture. Additionally, bathrooms are available in private but are separate from the vehicles.

Two guests can stay in cone-shaped glamping tents which come with most of the wagon’s features, plus a flat-screen television. Both accommodations are available from the end of May to September.

15. Las Estrellas (Wimberley, Texas)

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Las Estrellas is the perfect hidden place to spend time with family or have a great adventure. It’s ideal for small gatherings as it can accommodate four people. It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a comfortable living space, and spacious decks where you can enjoy the scenery.

Furthermore, Las Estrellas is only three miles from Wimberley Square, where you can shop, dine, and visit attractions. After you visit spots like Jacob’s Well, swim at the Blue Hole, or fish at Cypress Falls, end your day with a barbecue on the back deck. A fire pit, your favorite people, and the warmth of a beautiful Texas night sky will bring the evening to a close.

16. Glamping Risco Xodhe (Tzibantzá, Mexico)

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Glamping Risco Xodhe in Tzibantzá, Mexico, is where pure luxury meets paradise. The view of the dam and island in Semidesert Queretano is mesmerizing. The campsite has amenities like electricity, Wi-Fi, and hot water. 

The solar-powered thermal pool allows you to plunge after a day in the sun. Keep in mind, though, that there is no cell phone signal. The retreat can be accessed by a 1.2-mile (2 km) dirt road, which gets tricky in the rainy season. For the best experience, plan your trip in the summer or spring. 

17. Owl or Nothing (Apex, North Carolina)

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Owl or Nothing is a quiet wooded acre with a beautifully designed cabin, clean interiors, and top-of-the-line furnishings. Among the amenities featured are finer linens than a high-end hotel, a zero-gravity hanging chair to chill out, and a fully stocked kitchen. It’s a one-minute drive to the bars and restaurants hidden in its quiet and private retreat. 

Downtown Raleigh, Cary, and Lake Wheeler Beach are less than ten minutes away. Use the grill on the back decks or watch Netflix on the big screen. Plus, contribute to the Carolina Raptor Center and support the local owls!

18. Boulderridge Treehouse (Bayfield, Wisconsin)

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The Boulderridge Treehouse is amidst cherries, berries, and vineyards. Stroll through the woods and stay in a semi-secluded, hand-built retreat with pines around you. A double space upstairs with a warm catwalk is also available.  

Every item in the house is carefully assembled from driftwood gathered from Lake Superior. The treehouse and the 20-acre land, including wooded areas and a pond, will be yours during your stay.

19. Lake Superior Cabin (Ironwood, Michigan)

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The Lake Superior Cabin is a unique glamping experience. It has enough space for seven guests and a private beach ideal for rock collectors. Little Girls Point and Superior Falls are 20 minutes away from downtown Ironwood.

Grab a paddleboard and relax at a bonfire as the sun sets. The place has everything staycation lovers crave: water activities, bonfires, and much more. The keyless entry ensures fast and convenient access.

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