Glamping (glamorous camping) isn’t anything new—years ago, the Internet caught on to a whole other breed of nature lover, one that enjoyed hiking, rafting, and riding horses, but preferred to tuck into a king-sized bed rather than a sleeping bag.

Glamping Hub recently announced their 50 most booked accommodations worldwide in 2018. Four places located in upstate New York made the list. Today, the club released a list of the Top 25 most popular sites.

(Dec. 10, 2018) — While extremely popular in Europe, the glamping concept is still a fledgling newcomer to the U.S. travel industry. Does it pose a current threat to the RV industry? Or is it an unregulated travel trend headed for trouble?

(Nov. 7, 2018) — The Global Glamping Summit educates and inspires a variety of businesses, such as such as vineyards, ski resorts, ranches, hotels, festivals, and traditional campsites/RV Parks to attract luxury travelers and expand their revenue streams via glamping – “glamorous camping.”

(Aug. 30, 2018) — Under Canvas CEO Sarah Dusek and Co-Founder and CSO of GlampingHub Ruben Martinez just launched the American Glamping Association.

(Aug. 16, 2018) — On-site accommodations include lodge rooms, cabins, camping and glamping, including luxury teepees.

(Aug. 14, 2018) — “Cedar Dam is a campground for people who don’t want to spend the night in a tent,” Maude Kristof, owner of Cedar Dam, said.

(July 25, 2018) — The American Glamping Association will establish and create professional industry standards and ratings across the growing U.S. travel category of glamping.

(July 16, 2018) — It’s actually a campground of high-end tents on New York City’s Governors Island.

(March 21, 2018) — Entering its fourth season as Utah’s premiere, luxury glamping destination, Conestoga Ranch has designed lodging and activity packages to cater to various interests, so guests can make the most of their visit.

(Sept. 22, 2017) — The new Camp Rockaway pilot project at Fort Tilden is giving people a chance to enjoy the great outdoors while sleeping in a queen-sized bed with linen sheets on a raised wood platform.

(Aug. 29, 2017) — Things changed. Several factors shifted glamping from the meme that it was to a far more widespread, significant part of the camping industry.

(Aug. 14, 2017) — If you’re craving an outdoorsy adventure but don’t want to skimp out in the luxury department, glamping—aka “glamorous camping”—is for you.

(Aug. 7, 2017) — Bryan Dickens is operating two luxury tents, complete with all the amenities of a hotel.

(Aug. 3, 2017) — Pender Island is a hidden gem and a surprisingly underrated getaway spot for Vancouverites.

(May 22, 2017) — The anonymous competition, open to architects, designers and artists, sought innovative proposals for £11,000 mobile units suitable for overnight ‘glamping’.

(May 17, 2017) — When you think of camping, you likely imagine roughing it in the woods without your creature comforts, not eating fresh lobster in a furnished luxury tent.

(May 15, 2017) — Lee Wick Farm Cottages and Glamping began in 2008 with the conversion of a redundant farm building into a four-bedroom holiday cottage, the Cart Lodge.

(May 11, 2017) — The family-run Glamp in Style, co-owned by husband and wife Graham and Rosemary Louis, offers two luxury safari tents.

(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.


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