#1. Capitol Reef Resort
With the choice to stay in a cabin, tipi, lodge, or even a cozy wagon, this resort is located in Torrey, Utah at the Capitol Reef National Park. Though the appearance of this glamping ground may seem old fashioned, it promises luxurious accommodations and comfort.
#2. The Ranch at Rock Creek
In Philipsburg, Montana, there’s a resort that gives you a beautiful taste of the country while also providing ultimate comfort. They have hybrid tent-cabin options with beautiful landscape and great accommodations. They also have what’s called ‘The Homesteader Experience’ where guests can live their best Oregon Trail life in a covered Conestoga wagon.
#3. Under Canvas Smoky Mountains
Gatlinburg, Tennessee just opened a new glamping resort that has a variety of sleeping options for you (tents, tipis, etc.). This resort provides easy access to the Smoky Mountain National Park and Appalachian Trail. It also gives you a great taste of a green, open range.
#4. Dunton River Camp
In Dolores, Colorado, you can find this once ghost town turned fancy resort with huge tents made with reclaimed materials from the 1830s. Sounds rustic, but this resort provides king-sized beds, gas stoves, private bathrooms, and even hot tubs.
#5. Under Canvas Mount Rushmore
This is a newer glamping location in Keystone, South Dakota. It opened in May of 2018 and includes safari-style tents big enough to contain king-sized beds, wood-burning stoves, lounge areas and more. There are even options to rent the main tent with an adjacent ‘hive’ that is essentially a tipi with two twin beds. This would be perfect for a family with two kids wanting a small space to call their own.
#6. Sandy Pines Campgrounds
This resort has glamping tents that are designed after New England fashion in their “Serenity Areas”. It’s located in Kennebunkport, Maine. This resort provides a very unique experience that you can take even further and try their A-frame huts.
If you are a trailer-camping type person, then this glamping location is for you. You can find it in Guerneville, California. It provides space for you to stay in luxurious trailers or campers and gives you access to the Russian River.
#8. Ventana Big Sur, an Alila Resort
Located in Big Sur, California, this resort has been decked out with 15 luxurious, safari-style tents. They are down in the comforts of the 20-acre Redwood canyon below the main part of the resort. They provide real beds and linens and also have daily housekeeping services to keep things in top shape.
#9. Bellfire Tipi
Who doesn’t want to stay in a fancy tipi? Roxbury, New York has a resort that has tipis with custom furniture, fire pits, and opportunities to be outdoors and stargaze. This one doesn’t have electricity, unlike most other glamping resorts, but is still fancy and exceptionally comfortable.
#10. Sinya on Lone Man Creek
Just outside of Austin, Texas, there’s a resort in Wimberley, Texas that has ultra-luxe safari tents with king-sized beds, claw-foot bathtubs, and kitchenettes to provide you all the comforts of home. You get to feel at home while also getting away and experiencing the country.
#11. El Cosmico
If you’re looking to head south, this one is located in Marfa, Texas. This resort is filled with a variety of different themed tents on this desert oasis. From canvas safari tents, Sioux-style tipis, to Mongolian yurts and renovated vintage trailers, there’s something for everyone.
#12. The Resort at Paws Up
In Greenough, Montana, there’s a glamping resort that only takes reservations May through September. It’s got air conditioning, hardwood floors, private bathrooms, heated flooring, and more. It’s almost ridiculous to call these tents, but they are and they are amazing.
#13. Collective Governors Island
In New York, New York, you will soon be able to find a great glamping resort tucked away on an island, away from the noise of the city but still open to the beautiful view. There, of course, will also be great, comfortable accommodations.
#14. Little Raccoon Key
Little Raccoon Key, Georgia has a resort that essentially becomes a private island that you get all to yourself. You get there by boat and get to see dolphins and other sea creatures as you glamp away in the comforts of nature and glamping tents.
So, what are you waiting for? Get your friends and book yourself a glamping getaway at one of these amazing resorts!