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15 Gorgeous Glamping Sites That are Available to Book Around the World

Rockwater Secret Cove Resort

Location: Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia, Canada

When you glamp at the Rockwater Secret Cove Resort, you’re staying in a tent house suite nestled among the trees. The view overlooks the Pacific ocean, and it can be enjoyed while you’re experiencing the little luxuries that the tent house has to offer. These include a fireplace and a private veranda. When you’re ready to emerge from your suite, enjoy kayaking, yoga, golf, and much more.


Under Canvas

Locations: Zion, Moab, Yellowstone, Mount Rushmore, Glacier, Great Smoky Mountain, and Grand Canyon

Looking for a new way to enjoy the US National Parks? Under Canvas provides lodging at the Grand Canyon, Moab, Zion, and more. Inspired by the African safari experience, this “immersive outdoor escape” fuses the comforts of home with the beauty of the surrounding outdoors. The spacious tents feature daily housekeeping, king-size beds, en-suite bathroom, and even a wood burning stove.


Mendocino Grove

Location: Mendocino, California

Calling their experience “camping made comfy,” Mendocino Grove features fully-furnished tents and Airstream trailers. They take a more rustic approach than other glamping sites, however; they suggest you bring camping supplies, as they do not supply cookware or dining ware. But, for those looking for a fresh towel and hot shower, Mendocino Grove definitely has it.


Ventana Big Sur

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Location: Big Sur, California

Ventana Big Sur allows you to be immersed in nature but still sleep on a cozy mattress. The glamping sites are in a secluded canyon location that’s only available by foot. You’ll feel a world away but will enjoy hotel-style amenities like heated floors.


Paws Up

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Location: Greenough, Montana

Opting to call their glamping “luxury camping,” Paws Up in Greenough, Montana has a tent with hardwood floors, heating, and air condition. They also boast a dining pavilion that serves s’mores around the campfire. And if you need anything else, a camping butler is available to help.


Firelight Camps

Location: Ithaca, New York

Firelight Camps are pitched on the grounds of the La Tourelle Resort and Spa in upstate New York. You’re greeted in the morning with a complimentary breakfast which will get you nourished for a day of hiking in Buttermilk Falls State Park, relaxing in the August Moon Spa, or exploring the nearby wineries of the Finger Lakes’ region.


El Cosmico

Glamping Resorts

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Location: Marfa, Texas

Marfa's El Cosmico allows you to glamp your way with a variety of shelters available to rent. Choose from a trailer, yurt, teepee, or safari tent; each has their own amenities, but they all have a bed, electrical outlets, and use of the nearby bathhouse—you’ll just need to decide what you’re in the mood for.

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Posh Primitive

Location: Chestertown, New York

Sleep in handcrafted, log-embellished canvas wall tents in the southern Adirondack mountains when you stay at Posh Primitive. The interior decor speaks to the local culture; all of the antiques and furnishing are made area craftspeople. When you’re not enjoying the cozy interior, try the whitewater rafting.


Asheville Glamping

Location: Asheville, North Carolina

“We don’t just offer our guests a place to stay,” Asheville Glamping says. “We give our guests an adventure!” Like El Cosmico, they have a variety of glamping options available, from a deluxe tent to a geodesic dome to an entire trailer or treehouse.


The Ranch at Rock Creek

Location: Philipsburg, Montana

The Ranch at Rock Creek is well-equipped with several accommodations. Glamping cabins are just one of their available options, and they’ve got four styles to choose from. Each is set up as a tent, but you’d never realize it at first glance; they have a rustic log cabin look complete with kitchens and rustic, Western-style decor.


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Sara Barnes

Sara Barnes is a Staff Editor at My Modern Met and Manager of My Modern Met Store. As an illustrator and writer living in Seattle, she chronicles illustration, embroidery, and beyond through her blog Brown Paper Bag and Instagram @brwnpaperbag. She wrote a book about embroidery artist Sarah K. Benning titled 'Embroidered Life' that was published by Chronicle Books in 2019. Sara is a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art. She earned her BFA in Illustration in 2008 and MFA in Illustration Practice in 2013.

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