The 7 Best Glamping Spots for Winter

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The 7 Best Glamping Spots for Winter

 Fancy camping is the way to go "no bugs, no backaches," but the same spectacular views. So pack your luggage and leave your sleeping bags at home. These seven glamping gotos merge indoor luxury with the great outdoors.

Dunton River Camp Dolores, Colorado

Choose from mountain or river tents at Dunton River Camp, a gem of a Colorado glamping getaway in the middle of a romantic ghost town. From either campsite, you can take in epic alpine valley views from chaise lounges and cruise mountain and river trails. Oh, and each tent comes with two mountain bikes! (Did we mention your tent has a six-foot tub and Wi-Fi, too?) You'll be hard-pressed to ever consider a hotel room again.
*50014 Road 38 Dolores, CO 81323 *
(970) 882-4800

Under CanvasMilbridge, Maine
Why not celebrate the National Park Service's one-hundredth birthday in style? Under Canvas "a company that crafts private glamping experiences across the country”, lets travelers cozy-up just outside of Acadia National Park on a private island. Their Maine adventure includes a private chef (hello, fresh New England lobster!), a kayaking tour, a clambake, and (of course) luxe tents with king-sized beds. Ahh.

El Cosmico Marfa, Texas 

Marfa might be a small town(the population is just about 2,000)but it's seriously big on southwestern culture and style. (Shout out to Prada Marfa!) Free spirits will fall in love with the bunkhouse vibe at El Cosmico, where you can choose from chic vintage trailers, yurts, tents, and teepees complete with heated mattress pads and vibey southwestern decor. Chill in a wood-fired hot tub, check out art galleries in town, and take in Texas stars in the property's "hammock grove."
802 S. Highland Ave.Marfa, TX 79843
(877) 822-1950

Clayoquot Wilderness ResortTofino, British Columbia

If you're going to travel as far as the remote Canadian wilderness (and sleep within a biosphere reserve), you might as well take advantage of your surroundings and stay in a tent. Clayoquot Wilderness Resort has 20 not-your-average options: roomy and opulent tents with majestic beds, antique furniture, and wood stoves. Pull yourself away for archery, horseback riding, or a trip to the hot springs.

The Resort at Paws UpGreenough, Montana

A tent in the middle of Montana never looked so good. The Resort at Paws Up is real rustic luxury featuring five wild-west camps sitting on a bluff above the Blackfoot River and Elk Creek. The tents aren't too shabby either: They boast heated floors, master bathrooms, and outdoor Japanese soaking tubs. Plus, you can take advantage of the resort's adventures like rock rappelling, white-water rafting, or fly-fishing. Need something on-site? Just ask your camping butler: Each site has its own personal Jeeves. (Seriously.)
40060 Paws Up RoadGreenough, MT 59823

Nomad Ridge at The WildsZanesville, Ohio

This adults-only campsite of decked-out yurts sits on an endangered animal preserve. (Fun fact: It's owned by the Columbus Zoo). But a little more than an hour outside of Columbus, Ohio, you won't find city living, rather wide-open skies, an on-site chef, and heavenly amenities like bamboo floors and private decks. Your stay comes with two safari tickets so you can see this country's wildlife up close and personal.

Sequoia High Sierra Camp Giant Sequoia National Monument, California

You'll have to hike one mile to get to this Cali campsite of 30 tented cabins among sky-high sequoias. But the views consist of panoramics of Kings Canyon, hiking trails, breezy meadows, and bubbling streams are worth it. So are the perks: five-course candlelit dinners, night skies perfect for stargazing, and cozy beds where you can doze off in premium linens, anyone? Babes who live at sea level, beware: The camp's altitude is 8,282 feet, so give your body some time to adjust.

65745 Big Meadow Road (FS 13S11)
Giant Sequoia National Monument, CA 93633

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