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The Secluded Glampground In Nevada That Will Take You A Million Miles Away From It All

Glamping—a combination of camping and glamour—has taken the world by storm. In glamping, there are no tents to set up, no fires to build, no uncomfortable sleeping bags to endure, and no, well whatever makes camping camping. Instead, glamping usually occurs in a ready-made abode—such as a cabin, cube, treehouse, igloo, hut, villa, yurt, or teepee/tipi, to name a few—and provides a luxurious alternative for enjoying the great outdoors without making any sacrifices. In Nevada, the tiny town of Wells—located in Elko County in the northeast part of the state—contains the Mustang Monument Wild Horse Eco-Resort. This secluded glampground is surrounded by mountains and wild horses, and offers amazing, fully-equipped, luxury tipis for a glamping experience never to be forgotten.

For more information about this truly unique and secluded glampground, please visit Mustang Monument’s website at www.mustangmonument.com or call (888) 979-1422. If you’ve been fortunate enough to have spent time at this amazing and secluded glampground and horse preserve, please share your experiences below.

 

Natalie Faulk
Natalie Faulk is a southern California-born, Colorado-raised, Las Vegas-based freelance writer, blogger, and the author of several books. In what little spare time she has, Natalie enjoys cooking, movies, comedy, and dancing.