10 Best Glamping Resorts 2020

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Glamping resorts combine the best of both worlds. You get the rustic fun of traditional camping, but you also enjoy a real bed. No need to worry about creepy crawlies at night. Plus you save money when you forgo pricey hotels.

Couples and families alike embrace glamping as a way to reconnect with nature — minus the high sticker price. If you’re considering such a trek in 2020, here are 10 of the best glamping resorts to consider.

1. Bali House and Bali Cottage, Hawaii

If you’ve dreamed of exploring Hawaiian beaches without spending a small fortune, you’re in luck. Discover Bali House and Bali Cottage, an intimate getaway. These accommodations are only 150 yards from Kehena Beach, a clothing-optional spot.

You’ll enjoy an open living space upon a Bali roof pod with nearly 360-degree views of the ocean. Wake up each morning to the sound of waves crashing along the cliffs. Treat yourself to a therapeutic massage or take in a yoga class to awaken your spiritual side.

2. Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Pennsylvania

Nothing screams picturesque like autumn in Pennsylvania when the leaves erupt in vibrant hues. Located in the Laurel Highlands outside of Pittsburgh, you can enjoy a photographer’s dream getaway.

Book a townhouse for a place to hang your hat after a day spent exploring the trails. If you enjoy your nature outings less on the wild side, check out one of the area’s many golf courses. The kids will love seeing lions and bison at the attached wildlife center.

3. Lake in Wood Resort, Pennsylvania

Go as rustic or as modern as you’d like at Lake in Wood Resort located near historic Kutztown, PA. Whether you rent a cabin or pitch a tent, you can take advantage of various amenities. In the summer months, kids will enjoy the pool and play areas.

You can take the family on an excursion to nearby Hershey Park, less than an hour away. Get your chocolate fix while enjoying amusement park rides. Explore Amish country and dine on some of the freshest organic produce you’ll ever eat.

4. Silver Bullet Retreats, Florida

Florida offers unparalleled natural beauty and warm temperatures year-round. However, alligators and snakes make many hesitate to pitch a tent. Instead, rent a beautiful vintage camper at Silver Bullet Retreats and enjoy the great outdoors free from reptilian invaders.

At only $750 per week, you can afford to take the whole family on an adventure they’ll remember for years. The resort provides necessary cooking supplies, so hit up the local farmers’ markets and dine on fresh produce, even in the winter months.

5. River Farm, Virginia

Nestled on the banks of the picturesque Potomac River, River Farm in Virginia offers the perfect glamping escape and ideal wedding venue. Wander the acres of gardens and orchards. Take a course and learn to create seasonal container plantings or entire community food crops.

The gorgeous tents feature chandeliers and bistro lights to make special meals even more memorable.

6. Lake Powhatan Recreational Area, North Carolina

Stay in a fully-floored luxury camping tent at Lake Powhatan Recreational Area and Campground. Sleep in a real bed with cozy pillows under the stars.

Fans of Octavia E. Butler will adore visiting nearby Earthseed Land Collective, founded by a group of farmers of color and social justice organizers. Inspired by her novels, the community focuses on self-sustainable farming practices and mutual aid.

7. Glacier Under Canvas, Montana

Enjoy this glamping resorts during the summer months, as winter weather in the region makes roads impassable. If you want to experience the bluest crystal lakes in the world, head to Glacier Under Canvas, Montana.

The resort offers several tent types to choose from, some large enough to fit the entire family. Others are just cozy enough for couples.

8. Serenity Eco, Mexico

The Riviera Maya offers Caribbean sunshine and nearby excursions to ancient Mayan ruins. Book a fully outfitted tented cabin with free WiFi and a pool. Enjoy a day at the spa and dine at the facility restaurant when you tire of toasting marshmallows over the fire.

9. Under Canvas, Arizona

If you think the Grand Canyon is nothing but a big hole in the ground, you’ve never experienced the majesty. The facility offers tents with private bedrooms if you need adult time when traveling with little ones.

While there, explore the area by hiking, or book a kayak or mule excursion.

10. Treebones Resort, California

Your life isn’t complete until you’ve stayed in a yurt at Treebones Resort, California. During your stay, comb the nearby beach for shells or take a yoga class.

Are you tired of roaming the picturesque sands? Enjoy a massage at the resort spa.

Glamping Combines Nature and Nurture

Glamping resorts allow you to save money while still experiencing luxury. You can get in touch with your wild side without roughing it entirely. This coming year, say yes to adventure at one of the glamping resorts above.

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Kacey Bradley

Lifestyle - Wedding - Travel

Welcome to The Drifter Collective - a lifestyle blog sharing my love for travel, style, wedding inspiration, homemaking and so much more! Some people call me a traveler, while others refer to me as 'the well cultured friend" who drifts into everything. Pun intended. :)

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