Glamping has become so popular that it’s projected Americans will spend $1 billion a year on it by 2024. Avoid the rush and get yourself booked into one of our favorite glamping destinations in the US!
Collective Yellowstone, Montana
The chef at Collective Yellowstone is absolutely amazing.
You will need to book in advance to stay in these gorgeous luxury tents though, they sell out fast.
You can find Collective Yellowstone at Tripadvisor online.
Camp Comfort, Texas
This was once a bowling alley!
Today, it’s a lovely bed and breakfast and the campground is small and intimate.
The coffee bar which serves every guest fresh cookies is nice too.
You can find Camp Comfort at Tripadvisor online.
Moose Meadow Lodge, Waterbury, Vermont
Why not stay in a treehouse?
Well, you can’t stay in one but you can spend time in it before retiring to your lodge-style bedroom to sleep.
You can find Moose Meadow Lodge online.
Sandy River, Virginia
Huge luxury tipis which even have their own air conditioning are the order of the day at Sandy River.
When you venture out, why not try some canoeing on the Appomattox or Sandy river?
You can find Sandy River online.
Fireside Resort, Wyoming
25 private cabins with their own fireplaces, kitchens, fire pits, and decks.
You can also get your laundry done and if you have a pet, they’re welcome too!
You can find Fireside Resort at Tripadvisor online.
Conestoga Ranch, Utah
On the banks of Bear Lake, this is the traditional wagon experience and you’re going to find it super comfortable.
The “massage tent” is a nice addition to the fun too.
You can find Conestoga Ranch at Tripadvisor online.
Eastwind Hotel & Bar, New York
Stay in a Scandinavian-style Lushna which is a sort of a cross between a cabin and a tent.
The sauna is a really nice touch too, particularly in the middle of Winter.
You can find the Eastwind Hotel & Bar at Tripadvisor online.
Terra Glamping, New York
This is what we have in mind when we say glamping.
Big safari-style tents that have the luxury of a hotel room.
We also like the fact that there’s no Wi-Fi on-site, getting away should mean getting away.
You can find Terra Glamping at Tripadvisor online.
Firelight Camps, New York
Another safari-style offering with lovely hardwood floors in the tents.
The breakfast is amazing with all locally sourced ingredients.
You can get easy access to the Upper Buttermilk Falls trails from here too.
You can find Firelight Camps at Tripadvisor online.
Asheville Glamping, North Carolina
There is a wide range of sleeping options on this glamping site.
Airstreams, yurts, a treehouse, and more!
It’s a great place to watch the stars at night from.
You can find Asheville Glamping at Asheville Glamping online.
Huttopia White Mountains, New Hampshire
Huttopia is a Canadian group making their appearance in the USA for the first time.
The Canadian-style tents are ultra-comfortable and the kitchens they installed are fabulous.
You can find Huttopia White Mountains at Tripadvisor online.
Ventana Big Sur, California
The beds and linens are among the most luxurious we’ve ever encountered.
Hot running water and guaranteed daily housekeeping ensure that we keep going back too.
You can find Ventana Big Sur at Tripadvisor online.
El Cosmico, Texas
Another glamping site with a wide range of choices to sleep in.
We like the renovated vintage trailers, but many swear by the Sioux tipis!
This is a fantastic place for a beer in the summer.
You can find El Cosmic at Tripadvisor online.
Under Canvas, South Dakota
Each tent here is so big that it comes with a full lounge and sofa set up!
The view over the old mining settlement nearby is spectacular.
You can find Under Canvas at Tripadvisor online.
Capitol Reef Resort, Utah
Stay in a Conestoga Wagon, sure, they’ve got other options, but these are so cool that you will be sorry if you miss out on them.
They’re also air-conditioned, no slumming it at Capitol Reef Resort.
You can find Capitol Reef Resort at Tripadvisor online.
Dunton River Camp, Colorado
A resort in an old ghost town is a brilliant idea and we love the fact that each tent is made from reclaimed materials from the 1830s.
This is glamping with a difference.
You can find the Dunton River Camp at Tripadvisor online.
Sandy Pines Campground, Maine
Camp Carriages or A-Frame huts?
Whichever you choose, you’ll enjoy your stay at Sandy Pines.
You can find the Sandy Pines Campground at Tripadvisor online.
The Ranch at Rock Creek, Montana
At The Ranch they’ve managed to fuse cabins and tents together to create a unique way of life.
The tents are huge and they are the perfect place to just let the world flow by you.
You can find The Ranch at Rock Creek on Tripadvisor online.
Little Racoon Key, Georgia
There’s only one tent on this island.
So, when you rent yourself a glamping moment here – you get the whole island to yourselves.
Also, you can see dolphins, so, what are you waiting for?
You can find Little Racoon Key on Tripadvisor online.
Last Word on Glamping Destinations
We hope that one of our twenty best glamping destinations in the U.S. has caught your eye and that you’re ready to explore the great outdoors in style and comfort.
If you get a taste for glamping, you might want to buy your own glamping tent and we’ve put together a list of the best here.
If you’d prefer to go with something a bit more mobile than a tent, why not invest in a pop-up camper? We’ve got a list of the best pop-up campers too!
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