Glamping in United States

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Glamping in United States

The United States National Park System and State Park Systems are among the nation’s treasures. Much of the land is reserved for recreational and wilderness use. Americans love to travel into nature even if they’re dyed-in-the-wool city dwellers. The luxury resorts on this page are perfect for anyone who wants to get away from the noise and the concrete without the hassles of carrying a ton of gear into the wilderness. From visiting ghost towns to seeing a cattle ranch to experiencing the beauty of this great nation, there are many options in the United States to choose from. Take a look at our resort options below to get a sense of the variety available, or choose a state if you already know where you want to go.

Lone Star Court, by Valencia Hotel Group

texas, united states

Kick your boots off and stay a while. If you’re nostalgic for the bygone days when travel was a true adventure, set your sights on  Lone Star Court. Like the motor courts of yesteryear, the Austin boutique hotel features an aesthetic epitomizing Austin and the Texas Hill Country. Locat...
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$149 /night

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Lodges

Kingfisher Bend Ranch

wyoming, united states

Kingfisher Bend Ranch was created to provide guests the opportunity to have a memorable experience in a beautiful, rather remarkable place away from the often-hectic pace of life.  Kingfisher Bend Ranch, with its 1,250 acres, is an ideal place for couples, families, reunions, retreats, train...
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$360 /night

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Cabins, Lodges

Costilla Lodge at Vermejo Park Ranch

new mexico, united states

Purchased by Ted Turner in 1996, Vermejo Park Ranch is located in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado and spans over 590,000 acres, making it the largest Ted Turner Expeditions (TTX) vacation property and premier eco-tourism destination in the West. Vermejo welcomes families and groups of a...
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$950 /night

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Lodges