Friday Cabins #14: Glamping Galore
Over 50 tents, yurts, Airstreams, and rustic huts across the US for you to explore sometime soon
Ah, the sun is shining, the trees are blooming, grandaddy Biden extended the student loan moratorium, and it's time for another Friday Cabins. Isn't life swell? You know the drill-every Friday Cabins Etc brings you fresh picks from the pages of Field Mag-everyone’s favorite little corner of the internet dedicated to the best gear, photography, architecture, and more at the center of the outdoor and design industries. NICE.
Today we bring you 4 brand new glamping location lists from around the bad old U.S. of A. As the weather warms up, plan your next trip to one of these yurts, treehouses, safari-syle tents, renovated Airstreams, and more-'cause you deserve it, dear reader.
And if you turn-up your nose at glamping, climb on down off that high-horse and bask in luxury for a night or two, 'cause you gotta admit, crashing into high-quality linens underneath a canvas tent after a day of exploring doesn't sound so bad.
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As one of the fast-growing states in the US, the secret is out-Colorado is an outdoor paradise. Home to four national parks, 26 ski resorts, and 58 peaks above 14,000 feet, there is endless opportunity for exploring in all four seasons. And these 18 best glamping spots are destinations in themselves.
Tennessee not your first thought to go glamping? Well, think again. The Volunteer State is boarded by the beginnings of the Appalachian Trail to the East and the Mississippi River to the West, with 12 great lakes, 56-designated state parks, the Great Smoky Mountains, and most importantly, Dollywood, in between. In short, there's no shortage of natural beauty to explore in TN, and with glamping mecca Gatlinburg a growing attraction for vacationers, it's on the come-up.
Maine-the Alaska of the contiguous USA. Beautiful. Remote. Usually cold. Full of people who moved there for some peace and quiet. This New England state boasts 3,478 miles of coastline, stunning landscapes, and one of the nation's most-visited National Parks-Acadia. Scattered throughout, there are charming towns, fresh seafood, and Birkies. What's not to love? Head upta camp at these 12 best glamping spots.
Ah Utah, does it get much more beautiful? 80% national park and public lands, Utah has always been an outdoor adventure hub, so it makes sense the glamping movement has already made itself at home among its stunning deserts, canyons, and mountains. Home to the so-called Big 5-Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion National Parks, there's endless terrain to explore by day, and endless sky for stargazing at night. Check out these 13 best glamping spots for your base camp of choice.
El fin. Enjoy your weekend! TTYNF