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Five things to know about glamping

(Nov. 15, 2016) -- Glamping is a growing trend for travelers who want to camp, but want to keep things luxurious. Curious about this new type of travel? There is a growing number of establishments around the world that cater to this new travel concept. Here are some of them. Read More »

England: Glamping in a treehouse

(Nov. 10, 2016) -- Glamping in the forests of Dorset, England just got a lot more comfortable thanks to the recently constructed Woodsman’s Treehouse. It’s available to rent, and has a number of luxury features including a sauna and hot tub. So it offers campers a way to camp out in the woods, without actually having to rough it. Read More »

Calif.: AutoCamp in Guerneville

(Nov. 1, 2016) — Glamp-ground or fancy trailer park? AutoCamp Russian River is both, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. Opened in August in Guerneville, it’s an offshoot of the vintage Airstream trailer camp in Santa Barbara. Read More »

N.C.: Tipis, yurts and treehouses

(Oct. 25, 2016) — When I tell people I grew up camping, I conveniently omit the fact that said excursions took place in my grandparents’ motorhome… with air conditioning… and satellite TV, Charlotte Agenda reported. Read More »

Glamping goes native in Central Florida

(Oct. 21, 2016) — If you’re a fan of HBO’s hot new show Westworld, you will definitely enjoy a little taste of the wild west much closer to home in central Florida at Westgate River Ranch, Haute Living reported. Read More »

A new Caribbean ‘glamping’ hotel

(Oct. 7, 2016) — Bonaire has a new hotel, and it’s not quite like any other in the Caribbean, the Caribbean Journal reported. It’s called the Red Palm Village, and it bills itself as a “glamping” resort, or, for the uninitiated, a “glamour camping” hotel. Read More »

Inn-Escapable: Nevada City’s Inn Town Campground

(Sept. 30, 2016) — At Nevada City’s new Inn Town Campground, the safari-style glamping tents boast cozy beds, vintage furniture and electric blankets — and the camp store traffics in gourmet marshmallows and sauvignon blanc, the Mercury News reported. Read More »