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Glamping USA: 9 of the Best Places to Go Glamping Across America

Upgrade your outdoorsy adventures at these best glamping destinations across America.

While camping in the woods is a blast, contending with bears, bugs, and deflated air mattresses is not. Upgrade your outdoorsy adventures with a trip to these glamping destinations across America. Each unique retreat features tents, cabins, and trailers with real beds and all the amenities of home.

Luxurious Airstream Trailer Glamping in Massachusetts

Start mornings out at the nearby beach, or ride the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard to enjoy seafood and crab cakes at local hotspots. Then glam up your campsite at Auto Camp in Cape CodMassachusetts. This Airstream-filled property features private trailers with cushy beds, built-in restrooms, and fully stocked kitchens in every trailer. Or choose a large tent with a real bed as a more affordable way to spend the night.

The property’s mid-century design calls to young campers, and there’s a clubhouse, general store, and lounge for gathering with others. Beyond Auto Camp, find the shore, charming lobster shacks, and sunny Atlantic beaches. While it is an adventurous basecamp, expect quality amenities like Ursa Major spa bath amenities, complimentary Wi-Fi, and locally crafted dining kits.

Autocamp Russian River

9.6 Excellent (156 reviews)

Tented Glamping Resort Near Mount Rushmore

Tucked amid Junipers and Ponderosa Pines, Under Canvas Mount Rushmore offers luxurious safari-inspired tented accommodations constructed on an original gold and mining settlement.

Its Black Hills location—just four miles from Mount Rushmore—means the 60-foot tall mountainside sculptures of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln are just a 10-minute drive away. Hike the family-friendly Presidential Trail loop for photo ops galore.

Back at camp, each tented room includes organic bath products, USB battery packs for charging devices, and a private bathroom. Add to your camping experience on Under Canvas’ property by hiking on nature trails, dining onsite, and chilling around the fire pit with s’mores.

Under Canvas Mount Rushmore

Top rated
9.4 Excellent (834 reviews)

An Upscale Montana Glamping Resort with 5-Star Service

Redefine camping luxury at The Resort at Paws Up near Missoula, Montana where you can slumber under the stars and awake to a chef-prepared camp breakfast. From mid-May to mid-October, this resort opens six camps with safari-style luxury tents and five-star amenities like heated bathroom floors, rain showers, copper bathtubs, fine linens, and a camping butler at your beck and call. From two-bedroom suites to honeymoon suites, there’s a tent for every kind of fancy camper at Paws Up.

Sleep under the stars here and you’re never really roughing it, as your camp chef and butler handle all the day-to-day camp tasks – the chef grills and prepares breakfast and dinner daily in the camp’s outdoor dining pavilion, while your camping butler readies the fire for roasting marshmallows. That leaves you and your crew free to climb atop soaring cliffs, go horseback riding, try fly-fishing on the Blackfoot River, and take in the majestic beauty of Montana’s wilderness.

The Resort At Paws Up

8.7 Excellent (53 reviews)

Secluded Family-friendly Ranch Glamping Near Zion National Park

Stay at the gateway to Utah’s Zion National Park at Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort – a 4,0000-acre ranch resort, bordering the park’s quiet east side. It offers more onsite adventures than any other resort west of the Mississippi River and has back-country of the park available right from the ranch.

Go horseback riding, hiking, ziplining, and stargazing right on the ranch’s property. Take a guided tour beyond the ranch to red rock slot canyons and sunset panorama viewpoints. Choose from cozy cabin or glamping tent accommodations. A full resort pool, waterslide, and other hotel amenities are open to glamping guests.

Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort

8.4 Very good (2032 reviews)

Adults Only Wine Country Glamping

Looking to escape glamping resorts packed with families and young children? Book a stay at Boon Hotel + Spa in Sonoma, California wine country. This 21+ adult property began as a small boutique hotel, but added on glamping tents to accommodate customers who couldn’t book rooms. It’s become a popular way to stay at Boon, and campers enjoy all the creator comforts of regular guests. Expect platform beds, organic linens, homemade boon breakfasts, and malin + goetz bath products.

From Boon, explore nearby wineries like Korbel and Francis Ford Coppola, or ask Boon’s staff about hidden artisan wineries that are easy to miss. If you’re looking to adventure, go paddle the Russian River, or take a bike ride to see coastal redwoods in California state parks.

Boon Hotel + Spa - Adults Only

9.5 Excellent (63 reviews)

Vintage Glamping Trailers and a Hammock Grove in Marfa, Texas

Wander to Marfa, Texas to experience the eclectic charm of El Cosmico. This nomadic hotel and campground is a place for adventure, relaxation, and restoration in the high plains desert. Enjoy quiet nights under starry skies, socializing at the hammock grove, outdoor kitchen, community lounge, and outdoor stage. Accommodations range from renovated vintage trailers and safari tents to teepees and Mongolian yurts.

Boost your relaxation in the wood-fired hot tubs, or borrow a bike to explore the town of Marfa. Check El Cosmico’s online schedule to learn about workshops and retreats like cooking and art classes, yoga, concerts, movies, and cultural events. Explore beyond camp at nearby Big Bend State and National Parks, McDonald Observatory, and the Chinati Hot Springs.

El Cosmico


Glamping Where Nature Meets Luxury in New York

Elevate your New York camping trip at Firelight Camps in Ithaca. You’ll sleep among trees in the wilds of upstate New York in furnished tents outfitted with plush beds and private patios—plus lanterns and a writer’s desk. Shared bathhouses have hot showers, flushing toilets, and eco-friendly bath products available.

However, the best thing about Firelight may be the complimentary locally sourced breakfast served every morning in the lobby with fresh and seasonal fruit, yogurt, house granola, hard-boiled eggs, and more. Artisan coffee and hot tea are available all day.

By night, socialize around the communal campfires or play board games, bocce ball, and corn hole. Daytime hiking to Upper Buttermilk Falls is accessible from camp.

Firelight Camps

9.4 Excellent (158 reviews)

Safari Glamping in California Wine Country

Spend a night in the Sonoma Serengeti with a glamping trip overnight at Safari West. By day, see African wildlife like rhinos, giraffes, lemurs, and zebras on a Jeep safari through a 400-acre preserve.

When night falls, don’t let your safari end. Instead, rest your head at camp through Safari West’s Spend the Night Program. Sleep in a custom safari tent imported from Botswana and enjoy your own viewing deck, wood flooring, and en-suite bathroom. Skip foraging and dine at Savannah Café, then later enjoy a delicious continental breakfast as the sun rises.

If you’re looking to make your safari night extra special, book the Wild Nights in Wine Country package. You’ll receive a one-night stay in a king bed tent, a safari tour of the property, dinner for two at Savannah Café, and a bottle of Francis Ford Coppola wine.

Safari West

Santa Rosa
9.4 Excellent (430 reviews)

Rustic Tent & Cabin Glamping Accommodations Near Yosemite National Park

We love exploring Yosemite National Park, but finding a campsite inside the park is a challenge. If you’re looking for a laid-back retreat, Yosemite Bug, a former Boy Scout-camp-turned-resort, fits the bill. It offers private cabin and tent accommodations just 35 minutes from the park entrance.

We’ve stayed here more than once because the beds inside the tents are more comfortable than any hotel’s, and June Bug Café—the on-site restaurant—offers healthy fare with communal vibes. There’s even a hidden hot tub and health spa behind the restaurant. Tent stays require the use of shared bathrooms, but each shower and stall is completely private.

Yosemite Bug Rustic Mountain Resort

8.1 Very good (487 reviews)