• Mary Clark Navarro

How to Bring Luxury and Comfort to Your Next Glamping Trip



Camping is one of the popular pastimes in the United States. Over 40 million people camp each year in tents and recreational vehicles across the country. The hobby has only grown in popularity in recent years and the majority of campers are millennials.


There are a lot of ways to camp- from setting up a tent in your backyard to partaking in a multi-night camping trek in a national park. One of the most talked about camping styles is glamping. Glamping is where outdoor camping meets luxury and comfort. Glamping sites typically feature more amenities and creature comforts than you’d find if you were truly roughing it.


Thinking about giving glamping a try? Here are three ways to make your next night spent outdoors a little more luxurious!


Choose the Right Tent

Glamping is all about creature comforts and visual appeal. Instead of sticking to a regular camping tent, try a tent you can stand up in. Tall tents create a cabin-like feel and give you the freedom to move around. We recommend choosing a tent with a larger footprint so you can spread out and get comfortable. Pro tip: make sure you’ll have space left over when you include an air mattress for each person in your camping crew.


You may also want to try a bell-shaped tent. These shelters have a Renaissance fair type style. They look especially glamorous when you add in accessories such as string lights, throw pillows, and colorful rugs.


Make It Comfortable


Most glamping experiences aren’t quite the same as staying at a 5-star hotel. However, you can make it extra comfortable by bringing amenities with you. For bedding, try an air mattress or cot. You can add your favorite crisp linens for a home away from home feel. Don’t forget the pillows! Ideally, you’ll have a few for sleeping and then some brightly colored throw pillows to jazz things up.


Tent floors can be quite cold and unwelcoming. Keep things warm with a throw rug. Choose one that’s large enough to place under your air mattress or cot. That way you can wake up to a plush, inviting environment when your feet hit the floor in the morning.


You might also consider bringing a side table with you. Choose one that folds up for easy storage. What should you put on the side table? Well, that’s really up to what makes you feel at home! Some popular suggestions are flameless candles, books, mirrors, cut flowers, and a charging station if you want to stay connected.


Maximize Your Lighting


Few things feel more luxurious than a warm outdoor glow. Add a cozy feel with string lights. Flower-shaped string li


ghts really suit the glamping style. You hang them loosely around your tent or carefully string them from corner to corner inside.


Want to amp up the glow? Try lantern lights. Today you can find decorative lantern lights with battery-operated flameless candles inside. Try hanging them from tree branches or place a pair on your side table. These are especially useful at night time when you need more lighting to read, make crafts, or tell ghost stories.


Ultimately, the fun thing about glamping is that you can make it as magical as you wish. These three ideas are just a few ways to get your glamp on. What are your favorite ways to glamp? Share with us in the comments below!


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