The thought of packing your bags, hopping in your vehicle, and getting out of dodge is very appealing during the warmer months of the year. While camping is always a great option for those of us who love to escape into nature, “glamping” is another great alternative to traditional tent camping.
One of the plus sides of choosing to go glamping, is that often times glamping locations are found within resorts, which allows guests to enjoy sleeping outside in nature while also being included in the fun vacation activities that all inclusive lodging has to offer.
If you’re searching for your perfect outdoorsy getaway, check out these five dreamy glamping locations and get ready to be blown away!
1) The Resort at Paws Up:
Featured in the April/May 2017 issue of Cowgirl Magazine, The Resort at Paws Up is the ultimate glamping destination! This beautiful vacation spot transports guests deep into the wilderness, tucked into Blackfoot River Valley, for an experience of a lifetime!
2) Westgate River Ranch Resort:
This little piece of paradise can be found deep within Florida’s heartland. This resort has many activities for guests to choose from, including a ropes course, rock climbing wall, zip line, mechanical bull, horseback riding, swimming, hiking, and much, much more!
3) Beach Canyon Authentic Tipi:
Tipi glamping? Yes please! This little piece of California paradise is a breath of fresh air from the hustle and bustle of the busy city. A huge bonus is the opportunity to get to ride on horseback to better observe the gorgeous nature surrounding this dreamy site.
4) Falling Waters Nantahala:
If you’re searching for a secluded space that is off the grid, you’ll want to seriously consider this glamping option that is located in the beautiful state of North Carolina! This oasis offers guests their own private decks, for better enjoyment of Fontana Lake.
5) Sinya On Lone Man Creek:
Is this heaven on earth? It’s a great possibility! Swimmers and hikers alike will enjoy this glamping destination. If you choose to stay here, be on the look out for Native American artifacts that can be found on the banks of the surrounding creek.