Imagine a weekend dedicated to glamorous
camping -- glamping!
On June 2-3 this year, glamping aficionados all over the country
will gather together and celebrate the (comfy, fluffy, elegant)
What is glamping? Picture tents with beds, fully-furnished
yurts, antique sheepherder wagons, or spots to park your own
adorably restored vintage camper.
While the term may be relatively new, the concept of glamping
dates back to the early 1900s, when American and European travlers
stayed in luxurious tent accommodations while on safari in
Africa. Today's glampers still seek out
close-to-nature locales while opting for comfort in their lodgings.
Farm fresh and organic foods round out the experience.
You can find glamping
opportunities on our search page. Click on Show More
Search Options, then open the Amenities
Alternatively, visit the National Glamping Weekend
website, and find a gathering to join!
Photos: Willow Witt Ranch, Pagett Farm
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Meet new Farm Stay U.S. member Heirloom Blooms at Acres Wild Ranch - spotlight blog post is up! http://t.co/mwakwM0fWP
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Our thoughts tonight are with everyone in Oklahoma.
Our featured farm this week is Wilson Ranches Retreat in Fossil, Oregon. They have an authentic working ranch... http://t.co/LM3RJTUY2m
SO TINY! Look what Humble Hill Farm is up to today... hummingbird rescue. http://t.co/2Ja82rEBA3
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