Where to go glamping around US national parks

If you want to step into nature and enjoy a reprieve from a routine that may not offer you access to the world’s natural beauty, keep reading to discover the best places to go glamping around US national parks.

FIRESIDE RESORT CABINS, WYOMING

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The town of Jackson, Wyoming, has become increasingly popular amongst travellers, thanks to its proximity to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Tetons National Park. Your trip to this scenic national park in the USA will be wildly enriched if enjoyed from the luxurious comforts of a 25 LEED-certified individual cabin at Fireside Resort Cabins in Wilson, Wyoming. Nestled in the Teton wilderness, each Jackson Hole cabin has hardwood floors, craftsman-style décor, Native American artwork, a king-sized Tempur-Pedic bed, a walk-in rain shower and a living room with a fireplace and kitchenette. The atmosphere of a wooded campground is complete with a private campfire and hot tub, allowing you to get back to nature while enjoying the intimacy of a glamping vacation.

Where: 2780 N Moose Wilson Road (HWY 390), Wilson, Wyoming 83014, USA

MOAB SPRINGS RANCH, UTAH

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If you are looking for the perfect glamping location in Moab to complement your adventure in Moab, you have come to the right place. Perfectly located near Arches National Park, this eco-friendly resort offers all the creature comforts of a hotel suite like two queen beds, a kitchenette with a mini-fridge, a single stove, cooking accessories; as well as a smart TV, a private patio and parking. It also provides direct trail access to the Moab wilderness, as well as other attractions such as the Colorado River, a nearby vineyard and national parks. These bungalows would make the perfect vacation rentals in Moab for a glamping getaway.

Where: 1266 North Highway 191, Moab, Utah  84532, USA

TINY TOWN CABINS, COLORADO

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Perfectly situated between Downtown Estes Park and the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, Tiny Town Cabins at Trout Haven Resorts is a great destination for glampers and campers. The 19 individual cosy cabins offer an amazing blend of modern amenities and historic architecture. You can enjoy a walk to the year-round trout fishing pond and historic Meadow Mini-Golf Course. If you are planning to enjoy a glamping getaway with your four-legged friends, the cabins are also dog-friendly.

Where: 830 Moraine Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado 80517, USA

TREETOP HIDEAWAYS, GEORGIA

Located on the side of Lookout Mountain, just minutes away from downtown Chattanooga, Treetop Hideaways is one of the most luxurious and sustainable glamping accommodations, providing a nostalgic experience resting comfortably in the treetops. Made of reclaimed wood and copper-lined whiskey barrels, the two treehouses offer the ultimate glamping experience, complete with climate control, heated floors, walk-in rain-head showers and ultra-fast internet. Make sure to explore Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, the first and largest national military park in the country.

Where: 576 Chattanooga Valley Road, Flintstone, Georgia 30725, USA

GLACIER BAY LODGE, ALASKA

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Nestled under the spruce trees that line Bartlett Cove, Glacier Bay Lodge offers the only hotel accommodations within Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in this remote part of Alaska. The Lodge offers magnificent views and easy access to Bartlett Cove and the Fairweather Mountain range. Here, you can embark on an adventure cruise to see towering snow-capped mountains, magnificent glaciers, humpback whales and bald eagles. Additionally, you can take part in a whole host of activities such as kayaking, biking or hiking.

Where: 3000 C Street, Suite 101, Anchorage, Alaska 99503, USA

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