Glamping, or glamorous camping, offers the ideal way to reconnect with nature while enjoying all of the amenities found at hotel accommodation. As more and more people opt for vacations outside of cities such as cities like Toronto or Vancouver, more glamping destinations than ever exist offering luxury camping cabins or safari-style tents with all of the benefits and adventure associated with back-to-nature camping combined with home comforts.
New York State is an outdoor lover’s paradise, boasting 180 state parks and 22 national parks to explore in all corners of its vast expanse – such as Finger Lakes, Catskill Mountains and Hamptons glamping spots are more accessible than most traditional campgrounds with amenities ranging from electricity and flushable toilets to comfy beds and outdoor kitchens!
An idyllic place to unwind and recharge
Nestled within the woods near Mohonk Preserve and Minnewaska State Park, this glamping spot provides a relaxing retreat offering cozy safari tents atop a horse ranch complete with goats, chickens and even an old train! Additionally, there are trails within the grounds, an natural swimming pond as well as an outdoor kitchen to take advantage of!
At 40 acres of lush forests and open fields, this safari tent with a charming tin roof provides couples a relaxing and romantic setting for staying. There is shared sun showers and toilets available to campers as well as all the amenities expected from luxurious camping experiences, including a queen bed, grill setups and cookware – ideal for romantic stays in nature!
Luxury Glamping Spot in Ithaca Offers everything You Could Imagine for a Romantic Getaway
Glamping at Catskill Mountains provides an idyllic refuge from city life. Enjoy this relaxing retreat complete with private fire pit and bathroom; easily accessed via public transit for hiking and mountain biking adventures or simply just relaxing and unwinding!
On the property is also a yurt with an indoor lounge and bathroom so that you can still experience some of the comforts of home while being immersed in nature. Bring your own food along with a portable stove if you prefer cooking yourself; otherwise a chef is available upon request for an additional fee.
Pack light when packing for glamping as these sites tend to be more accessible than camping areas and you won’t have to haul all your own gear around with you. Simply bring clothes, bathing supplies, sleeping mask and earplugs and be good to go.