Glamping is one of the big re-inventions in lodging, often offering a memorable camping experience in luxurious fashion. One of the best areas for a one-of-a-kind glamping experience is New England, providing plenty of beautiful natural settings for a fun glamping getaway. Visitors can get the best of both the tranquil nature and many amenities of a luxury hotel in one place, like showers and real beds. This is the perfect type of camping experience for anyone who loves spending some time outdoors, but prefers the comforts of a hotel room.
1. Winvian Farm
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Winvian Farm offers a quiet camping getaway in the Litchfield Hills of Connecticut, far from the busy crowds. Situated on a total of 113 acres, this campground borders lakes and extensive woods and is designed to be a place for people to indulge and recharge, offering a spa, wines, and five-star cuisine. Fifteen different architects designed the Hadley Suite and 18 unique cottages at Winvian Farm, with each one having its own to tell. Each cottage features king-size beds, bathrooms with rainfall steam showers and soaking tubs, screened porch or patio, flat-screen television, fireplace, water, tea, coffee, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
155 Alain White Rd, Morris, CT 06763, Phone: 860-567-9600
2. Linekin Bay Resort
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Located in Maine’s Boothbay Harbor, the Linekin Bay Resort provides an easy way for visitors to enjoy the splendor of the state’s natural landscape. Unlike other campsites or hotels, the resort boasts a rich history and has been a popular summer destination for families since 1909. Once a girls’ camp, the Linekin Bay Resort today is a vibrant camping destination that offers numerous all-inclusive amenities and comfortable lodging that varies from pet-friendly cabins to wooded and waterfront cabins to waterfront lodges. All of the cabins at the resort include private bathrooms, running water, electricity, and comfortable beds.
92 Wall Point Rd, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538, Phone: 207-633-2494
3. Under Canvas Acadia
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Boasting gorgeous views of Acadia National Park and the coastline of Maine, Under Canvas Acadia serves as an ideal base for anyone wanting to explore the natural beauty of New England. With one hundred waterfront acres and over 1,200 feet of coastline, this unique glamping destination is only around 35 minutes from the Cadillac Mountain Trail and the scenic beauty of Acadia National Park. Open on a seasonal basis from the beginning of May through the beginning of October, Under Canvas Acadia offers luxury tents for both couples and families, with options including the Delux Tents, Stargazer Tents, and Suites.
702 Surry Rd, Surry, ME 04684, Phone: 207-512-4265
4. Melville Ponds Campground
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Situated in Portsmouth, Rhode Island on Aquidneck Island, the Melville Ponds Campground is only around five miles away from the Atlantic Ocean and historic Newport. The campground offers wooded and level campsites, including both tent sites and RV sites. Facilities at Melville Ponds include a camp store, clean comfort stations, a dog park, cable television, wireless internet, horseshoes, an open-air pavilion, basketball and volleyball courts, a playground for children, on-site walking and hiking trails, and fishing. Campsites feature fire rings and picnic tables, and seasonal and full-hookup sites are available as well. Firewood and ice are available for purchase.
181 Bradford Ave, Portsmouth, RI 02871, Phone: 401-682-2424
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Terramor is set on a wooded, quiet piece of land located just outside of coastal Bar Harbor, providing an excellent place to camp in luxury during a visit to the scenic and stunning Acadia National Park in Maine. The glamping resort provides an array of designer tents, such as large one able to accommodate up to five people or smaller, more romantic tents for couples. Each tent is designed like a comfortable hotel room, featuring plush beds, essential oil diffusers, Pendleton blankets, wireless internet, electricity, an overhead fan, outdoor showers, and an outdoor lounge space with a private fire ring.
1453 ME-102, Bar Harbor, ME 04609, Phone: 207-288-7500
6. Bear Creek Campground, Lake Compounce
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The Bear Creek Campground at Lake Compounce offers a unique family camping experience just steps away from a water park and family theme park. The campground consists of tent sites, RV campsites, tipis, cub huts, two-bedroom cabins, and one-bedroom cabins, providing camping accommodations for all types of campers. Each site at the Bear Creek Campground features a fire pit, picnic table, and wireless internet and all campers receive discounted admission to the Lake Compounce Family Theme Park and complimentary transportation to and from the park. There is also a general store, laundry area, and a 24-hour restroom and shower facility.
185 Enterprise Dr, Bristol, CT 06010, Phone: 860-583-3300
7. Hemlock Hill Camp Resort
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Set in the tranquility of northwest Connecticut, the Hemlock Hill Camp Resort is a camping community with a private and convenient location that offers “affordable luxury” and a good place for people to relax their body and mind. The camping resort aims to provide the ideal balance of the modern comfort guests desire and the natural and quaint surroundings of the area’s tree-filled hills. The scenic tent and RV campsites are situated alongside fields, two ponds, and a stream. Amenities at the Hemlock Hill Camp Resort also include a swimming pool, a playground, a store, laundry facilities, basketball, arcade, and more.
118 Hemlock Hill Rd, Litchfield, CT 06756, Phone: 860-361-6888
8. Huttopia White Mountains
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A concept that started in the Alps of France, Huttopia in the White Mountains offers three different comfort levels when it comes to camping, featuring luxe cabins, spacious glamping tents, and traditional camping pitch around ten minutes from North Conway, New Hampshire. Camp sites here allow for guests to bring their own tent and include a fire pit and picnic table. Glamping tents, which accommodate two to five people, are multi-room with a refrigerator and stove, while the luxurious cabins vary from tiny house-like cabins to large wood chalets and are equipped with plenty of modern amenities.
57 Pine Knoll Rd, Albany, NH 03818, Phone: 603-447-3131
9. Sterling Ridge
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Sterling Ridge in Jeffersonville, Vermont offers a camping experience with a “dash of glam,” which for this New England glamping destination means sleeping in rustic cabins in the woods and roasting marshmallows. The “glam” part of the cabins comes from them being fully equipped with full bathrooms, queen-size or king-size beds, Wi-Fi, kitchens, and several other amenities. Some of them also include whirlpools and some of them are designated as dog friendly. Popular outdoor activities include cycling, paddle boarding, mountain climbing, kayaking, and hiking. There’s also opportunities for fishing at Sterling Ridge, with the local trout season starting in April.
155 Sterling Ridge Dr, Jeffersonville, VT 05464, Phone: 802-644-8265
10. Odetah Camping Resort
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Located in Bozrah in Connecticut, the Odetah Camping Resort aims to provide all guests with an amazing camping experience, embodying camping at its core and catering to every level of camper. There are several options for campsites across the resort, including group camping areas, private locations, and waterfront sites. Sites vary from tent campsites to RV sites to yurt and cabin rentals. As for amenities, the Odetah camping Resort includes a beach, 32-acre lake, a splash pad, miniature golf, basketball, tennis, beach volleyball, the Oasis Lakeside Cafe, camping and grocery supply store, gym, adult lounge, dog park, and much more.
38 Bozrah St Ext #1300, Bozrah, CT 06334, Phone: 860-889-4144
11. Camp Ogontz
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At Camp Ogontz, spaces for camping vary from open-sided, Adirondack-style cabins with access to restroom and shower facilities nearby to medium-sized indoor log cabins featuring enclosed bedrooms and plumbing. More than ninety outdoor and indoor cabins, which can accommodate between one and six guests, are situated across the grounds of Camp Ogontz and campers can enjoy three delicious full meals a day at the rustically charming Dining Hall during their stay. During the summer, guests can dine outdoors on the spacious wrap-around deck. There’s also the Ogontz Bakery, which makes desserts, bread, and other items fresh every day.
14 Ogontz Rd, Lyman, NH 03585, Phone: 603-838-5044
12. Normandy Farms Family Camping Resort
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The Normandy Farms Family Camping Resort offers a variety of different options when it comes to glamping in New England. Campers, or perhaps better described here as “glampers,” can choose from safari tents, popup trailers, unique yurts, or deluxe cabins for a relaxed and memorable getaway. The plushest options are the yurts and cabins with a kitchen and ensuite bathrooms, while the safari tents and popup trailers are a bit closer to nature, featuring no bathrooms, but still comfortable sleeping arrangements. Encompassing approximately 100 acres, Normandy Farm boasts plenty of amenities, like poole, sports, fishing pond,bike park, and more.
72 West St, Foxboro, MA 02035, Phone: 508-543-7600
ComfyDome in the town of Jefferson, Maine is one of the most unique destinations for glamping in the state. The campground's weatherproof, eco-friendly domes offer a memorable glamping getaway for people looking for an escape in nature. There are three fully heated domes at the ComfyDome for glampers to rent and each dome features a plush queen-size bed and quite a few amenities, such as a solar light, solar power system, a fire pit with grill, outdoor chairs, firewood, blankets and linens, bottled water, and homemade Whoopie Pies. Guests also have use of the 13-acre grounds and access to snowmobile trails.
99 N Mountain Rd, Jefferson, ME 04348, Phone: 207-272-9690
14. Sandy Pines
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The Sandy Pines campground, nestled in the secluded beach forest of Kennebunkport in Maine, offers campers an array of unique camping accommodations and an opportunity to wake up to peaceful water views. The one-of-a-kind options at this quirky glamping destination include the Conestoga Wagon, clear dome, glass house, a VW bus, and the retro Airstream trailer. There are also more traditional glamping options at Sandy Pines, such as the glamping tents, A-frame huts, large family cottages, and tiny house cottages. Each site is outfitted with an outdoor dining space, fire pit, AC/heat, and a queen or king-sized bed.
277 Mills Rd, Kennebunkport, ME 04046, Phone: 207-967-2483
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15. Strawberry Park Resort Campground
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Located in the town of Preston, the Strawberry Park Resort Campground is spread across approximately seventy acres of land in the middle of southeastern Connecticut. The region boasts ocean beaches, streams, and lakes and the campground is conveniently situated near many major points of interest. The variety of sites for camping at the Strawberry Park Resort vary from shaded and wooded sites to open lawns. Some of the campsites are within close proximity to the campground’s facilities and other sites offer more seclusion. Campground amenities include the Grill & Creamery, recreation center, an arcade, three pools, basketball courts, and much more.
42 Pierce Rd, Preston, CT 06365, Phone: 860-886-1944
16. The Treehouse at Moose Meadow Lodge
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The Treehouse at Moose Meadow Lodge, set on more than eighty acres of secluded land in Vermont’s Green Mountains, offers campers a peaceful getaway in the Adirondack-style lodge or its New England treehouse. The two-story Treehouse provides a unique glamping experience with many creature comforts campers look for in their glamping experience, such as a queen-size bed, bathroom, shower, wrap-around deck, and a living and dining area. “Tree service” is also provided for breakfast. The grounds include a glass-enclosed gazebo called the Sky Loft with amazing panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, a trout pond, and hiking trails.
607 Crossett Hill, Waterbury, VT 05676, Phone: 802-244-5378
17. New England Glamping: Bearcamp River Campground
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The Bearcamp River Campground is located in the New England town of West Ossipee in the state of New Hampshire. This scenic and tranquil area acts as a gateway for visitors to the White Mountain National Forest and New Hampshire’s White Mountains. The Bearcamp River Campground, located on the banks of the Bearcamp River, is a rather small campground compared to many others in New England, set in a hemlock, pine, and spruce wooded area. A large portion of the campsites are situated right by the river, where campers can canoe, swim, or fish during their stay.
330 Newman Drew Rd, West Ossipee, NH 03890, Phone: 603-539-4898
18. Camp Kiwanee
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Set on around 68 acres of scenic land in the Massachusetts town of Hanson, Camp Kiwanee is a town-owned and operated destination for camping and events that offers a unique camping experience for people of all ages. Camp Kiwanee provides a naturally beautiful setting for a fun escape into nature, as well as a number of different accommodation options for campers to choose from and several amenities. Guests can spend a few hours at the camp’s pond and do some fishing, spend the afternoon hiking near Smitty’s Bog, enjoy toasted marshmallows by the fire, or simply relax in a cabin.
One Camp Kiwanee Rd, Hanson, MA 02341, Phone: 781-293-2333
19. Tyler Place Family Resort
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Tyler Place Family Resort is considered to be one of the best and coziest family resorts in the United States. The resort offers a combination of time to reconnect for parents, time to unplug for kids, and fun and activities for the entire family to enjoy together. A resort dedicated to families for multiple generations, Tyler Place provides an all-inclusive family vacation with entertainment for all ages, resort facilities, daily housekeeping, activities, sports, meals, and award-winning programs for teens, children, toddlers, and infants. Nearly all accommodations include a separate bedroom for parents and one to four bedrooms for kids.
175 Tyler Pl, Swanton, VT 05488, Phone: 802-868-4000
20. Grandview Camping Resort
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The Grandview Camping Resort, set on a little more than twenty acres of land in Moodus, provides a variety of camping options in Connecticut, ranging from tent campsites to electric and water sites and full hookup sites to quaint cottages. Each of these sites also feature a great view of the countryside setting of this part of the state. The Grandview Camping Resort also offers many amenities and activities, such as the camp store, swimming pool, game room, recreation hall, playground for children, outdoor game areas, sports and game equipment, campfires, horseshoe pits, basketball, pool tables, and more.
89 N Moodus Rd, Moodus, CT 06469, Phone: 860-873-3332
21. Cottages at Crofter's Green
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The Cottages at Crofter's Green, set on twenty-five beautiful acres, is located near the New England town of Montgomery Center, Vermont. An ideal glamping getaway destination for exploring the state’s “Northeast Kingdom,” the grounds offer gorgeous sunset views, nature trails, an 18-hole disc golf course, hot tubs, outdoor grills, and fire pits. Many other outdoor recreation activities can also be found nearby. Each cottage at Crofter’s Green is equipped with a microwave, convection oven, freezer/refrigerator, kitchen amenities and dishware, queen-size beds, wireless internet, and satellite television. Adjustable propane heat and on-demand hot water are available as well.
2956 Mountain Rd, Montgomery Center, VT, 05471, Phone: 802-326-3130
22. Red Oak Hill Farm
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Located in New Hampshire, the Red Oak Hill Farm is an open field and wooded site in one. Set between the treeline, the farm features a pleasant wooded area at the back and open fields in the front. The campsites are situated near the town of Epping, New Hampshire and offer easy access to natural springs and a gorge to add to the camping adventure found at the Red Oak Hill Farm. Much of the land here is made up of hay fields, and wildlife, blackberry bushes, and raspberry bushes can be often found across the grounds as well.
23. Glamping Near Me: Tops’l Farm
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Tops’l Farm offers an idyllic glamping getaway in Waldoboro, Maine along the banks of the Medomak River. Spread out across over eighty acres, the grounds include five safari-style glamping tents and six cabins. Each of the cozy cabins feature twin beds that can be combined to form a king-size bed, outdoor chairs, and private fire pit. The oversized glamping tents are set on wooden platforms and include twin beds, or a king-sized bed, as well as deluxe bedding and an outdoor space for campfires. There’s also a clean bathhouse for the campground with toilets, showers, lockboxes, and electronics charging stations.
365 Bremen Rd, Waldoboro, ME 04572, Phone: 207-832-1602
24. Maine Forest Yurts
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The Maine Forest Yurts of Durham, Maine are set near a scenic pond located among approximately one hundred acres of wilderness. Offering the feeling of a tranquil forest retreat, this unique campground provides an opportunity to camp in one of its fully furnished yurts after a day of hiking, fishing, or kayaking. Other seasonal activities like snowshoeing and ice skating are possible as well. Each of the yurts features a composting toilet, futons and bunk beds, a kitchen, and a gas and wood stove. Not only is Maine Forest Yurts an ideal getaway for families, but they are also pet-friendly glamping sites.
430 Auburn-Pownal Road, Durham, ME 04222, Phone: 207-400-5956
25. Pine Acres Family Camping Resort
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The Pine Acres Family Camping Resort, located in the Massachusetts town of Oakham, provides a good variety of rentals and sites for camping and is designed to offer amenities for the whole family. This family-friendly, fun-filled camping resort caters to an array of camping styles, with some of the campsites being pet friendly. Amenities at the Pine Acres Resort include a lake offering opportunities for boating and fishing, a splash for younger children, a swimming pool, a playground, ball fields, baitshop, jump pad, gem mining sluice, miniature golf, laundry facilities, wireless internet, waterfront park, basketball, volleyball, and more.
203 Bechan Rd, Oakham, MA 01068, Phone: 508-882-9509
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