You and your significant other agree that you want to get away to spend some quality time together. Check. One of you enjoys camping out in a tent under the stars, while the other prefers to camp somewhere that has a bed with sheets and blankets.
Is there a way you can compromise where both people can enjoy an outdoor experience which doesn’t involve eating beans from a can and dealing with damp sleeping bags? You bet – and it’s called glamping.
Yellowstone Under Canvas offers these large safari tents to guests. Each one is large enough to sleep two adults and two children and comes equipped with a king size bed or two twin beds. Linens, towels, rugs, a chest of drawers, a coat stand, bedside tables, solar lights, and a lantern are also included.
The River Dance Lodge is another resort which offers glamping tents to guests. Each tent comes with a king-sized bed (or two twins), a wood stove, a table and chairs. The deck extends to a back porch which is equipped with an antique claw-foot bathtub. It is heated by a propane heater. This outdoor area also has a small sink and a counter area.
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The tents are very comfortable, and you don’t need to deal with packing sleeping bags and other supplies. Picnic tables and BBQ grills are available on the site. A fire ring is nearby, and it’s a perfect spot to spend time under the stars before heading to bed.
Portable toilets are set up close to the glamping tents at the River Dance Lodge site, and a shared bathhouse with a shower and toilet is only 100 yards from the campsite.
If you and your partner are having trouble deciding between traditional camping and going to a hotel for your next holiday, glamping can be a reasonable alternative which is more comfortable than roughing it in the bush and still has some comforts of home.
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