These 6 Luxury 'Glampgrounds' In Montana Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
Wouldn’t it be nice to experience all the natural beauty of Montana’s great outdoors, enjoying the sounds and smells of nature, while still sleeping in a comfortable bed and enjoying freshly made coffee in the morning? That’s exactly what “glamping” is, and this best-of-both-worlds experience is available in some of Montana’s most stunning areas.
Here are a few local ‘glampgrounds’ in Montana to check out:
1. The Ranch at Rock Creek, Philipsburg
The Ranch at Rock Creek has glamping tents, created to provide guests with comfort while enjoying Montana’s natural surroundings. Their four Classic Canvas Cabins have a king bed or two queens, a gas stove, a screened porch and a private bathroom.
2. The Resort at Paws Up, Greenough
The Resort at Paws Up offers the most luxurious glamping in the state. Their uber-luxury tents have electricity, king beds and twin beds, bathrooms with showers, a dining pavilion with views of the river, daily housekeeping, and air conditioning and heat. Guests also enjoy all the amenities the resort has to offer like laundry services and complimentary horse-drawn wagon rides.
3. The Bar W Guest Ranch, Whitefish
The Bar W has two luxurious canvas tents, each with a queen sized bed, full sized futon, a kitchenette, and a private porch. A private bathroom is just a few feet away.
4. Yellowstone Under Canvas, West Yellowstone
Yellowstone Under Canvas has several different options for glamping, ranging from Safari tents to "suites." Each of them is equipped with at least one bed and a bathroom.
5. Glamping Tent, Helena area
This luxurious tent, featured on HomeAway.com, is located on a ranch 25 miles from Helena. Magpie Creek flows right outside the door, and a restaurant, full bar, and nine hole golf course are all located on the ranch as well.
6. Storm Creek Outfitters, Darby
The cabin tents here are thoughtfully decorated to be the perfect combination of casual and charming. Each one accommodates up to four guests between the queen bed and bunk beds. They don’t have their own bathroom, but they do have chamber pots for "middle of the night necessities."
What do you think? Would you ever go glamping?
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