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5 new places to go glamping this summer

(April 27, 2017) -- Roughing it is what camping is all about, but for those looking to embrace the great outdoors without bug spraying, tent pitching or food prep, a more luxurious experience in nature might just be the perfect way to unplug in the wild. After all, you can climbing mountains, fish and all the other things you'd usually do on a camp trip without having to worry about set up of a tent and other things that often go wrong.

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Roughing it is what camping is all about, but for those looking to embrace the great outdoors without bug spraying, tent pitching or food prep, a more luxurious experience in nature might just be the perfect way to unplug in the wild. After all, you can climbing mountains, fish and all the other things you’d usually do on a camp trip without having to worry about set up of a tent and other things that often go wrong.

“Glamping,” or upscale camping, enables you to commune with nature without sacrificing comfort or convenience. With luxurious washrooms, gourmet meals and furnished lodgings apppointed with extras such as wood-burning stoves and king-size beds, glampsites are redefining and elevating the camping experience. Check out these five new glamping destinations for a high-style summer getaway in nature.

Lake Powell, Utah and Arizona

For hardcore campers craving plenty of physical activity, outfitter Epic Private Journeys might just offer the perfect balance of adventure, relaxation and traditional camping elements.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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