Oregon August 06, 2016
These 8 Luxury Glampgrounds In Oregon Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
I think there are two kinds of people in the world: the kind who camp and the kind who don’t. The first folks love to throw on a backpack, hike into the woods and sleep under the stars. The second group feels like they’re really roughing it if the hotel doesn’t have a pool.
Luckily, now there’s something in between. “Glamping” is like camping – it’s in a tent, in the woods. But it’s also kind of like a five-star hotel – luxury linens, television and and central AC. It’s the best of both worlds! Check out these eight glamping spots in Oregon.
1. Camp Dakota, Scotts Mills
Stay in a yurt, cabin tent or teepee. This fun resort offers all kinds of activities including zip line, disc golf, climbing wall and paint ball. More info
2. Tipi Village Retreat, Marcola
These luxury teepees are furnished with comfy beds and Native American decor. Gourmet breakfast is served by the creek. More info
3. Siltcoos Lake Resort, Florence
Stay in this yurt right on the river for a truly unique glamping experience. Amenities include the use of two kayaks, queen-sized bed, bath with shower, full kitchen and outdoor grill. More info
4. Panacea At The Canyon, Central Oregon
This gorgeous resort was a finalist for the Sunset 2016 Travel Award, and you’ll soon see why. The signal-free resort is a great place to relax. Enjoy your luxury tent and spend some time in the spa. More info
5. The Vintages Trailer Resort, Dayton
Stay in an adorable, vintage trailer at this unique resort. Each trailer is furnished in vintage-style, complete with plastic flamingos! The clubhouse offers family games and a larger, indoor space for relaxing. More info
6. Camp Heaven, Sherwood
Amenities here include queen-sized bed, firepit and a private bath with outdoor shower. More info
7. Vagabond Lodge, Columbia Gorge
Stay at Vagabond Lodge, overlooking the Columbia Gorge. Sleep in one of two 12x14 canvas wall tents, which include comfortable beds and furnishings, a porta-potty and outdoor shower. More info
8. Moran State Park, Orcas Island
This state park on Orcas Island offers seven glamping sites, with beds, coin-operated hot showers, flush toilets and water spigots. More info
Would you prefer something more rustic? Check out these 11 Extraordinary Rustic Spots In Oregon For Camping.
Maybe you’d rather just stay in a hotel? Visit one of these 10 Little Known Inns That Offer An Unforgettable Stay.