Book The Resort at Paws Up starting at $1,250 per nightNowhere does glamping quite like the famed Resort at Paws Up, as evidenced by the fact that a stay here includes a camping butler. The 37,000-acre ranch features untamed Montana wilderness steeped in Lewis & Clark history, situated along 10 miles of the idyllic Blackfoot River. There are more than 100 miles of designated hiking, mountain biking, horse, and ATV trails. There are 28 cabin homes open year-round, and 36 glamping tents open seasonally in warmer months. Each cabin or tent is individually decorated in Western-chic style with furnishings and artwork hand-curated by the owners. The tents are no ordinary, snug stay. Many feature one or two bedrooms, ensuite bathrooms, and clawfoot soaking tubs. Guests choose their camp based on their tastes, opting for river views, cliffside stays, or more secluded areas.Pros: Set on a 37,000-acre ranch in Montana, the stunning resort offers year-round cabin homes and luxurious, roomy tents seasonally. Cons: While alcohol is technically part of the nightly rate, it is only included during designated times such as lunch, dinner, and happy hour. Drinks outside of those times come at an extra cost. Additionally, guided activities like hot air balloon rides or cattle drives are also not included in the expensive price. Book Dunton Hot Springs starting at $1,025 per nightDunton Hot Springs is an adventure haven located just across the mountain from Telluride. This outdoor getaway offers an array of exciting outdoor adventures, wellness-focused activities, fine dining, and unique events. In the summer, enjoy a scenic horseback ride, try fly fishing on an exclusive nine-mile stretch of the West Fork of the Dolores, or head out on hiking or mountain biking trails that range from easy to heart pounding. Dunton can also provide expert guides to help you summit nearby 14,000-foot peaks or take guests rock climbing.Choose between traditional indoor cabins or glamping tents at the Dunton River Camp, located four miles down the road from the main property. The eight opulent tents offer modern amenities in the midst of nature, complete with en-suite bathrooms with six-foot soaking tubs. Each tent comes with two complimentary mountain bikes for exploring the grounds and trails.Pros: An outdoor paradise for families and couples alike offering both cabins and opulent tents as accommodations. Cons: Due to the novel coronavirus, Dunton River Camp is currently only accepting private bookings for the summer season to ensure safe social distancing. These camps put the glam in glamping. You'll feel more like you're at a five-star hotel than out in the backwoods. While they come with a hefty price tag, no detail is overlooked, from large tents with sumptuous bedding to unrivaled activities and cuisine, ensuring a splurge-worthy vacation. Plus, both spots include all meals, drinks, and many of the offered activities included in the nightly price. Book Collective Governors Island starting at $413 per nightWhen you think of camping or glamping, overlooking skyscrapers probably isn't what comes to mind. But at this Governors Island luxury camping retreat, the iconic New York skyline and the Statue of Liberty are both backdrops. A short private water taxi ride from downtown Manhattan or Brooklyn drops guests off at a pastoral haven. Journey Tents feature Queen or Twin-sized beds with 1,000 thread-count linens, down comforters, and designer blankets. There's air conditioning in every tent so muggy New York nights won't prevent you from getting a great night's sleep. While the standard Journey Tents come with shared bathrooms, you can upgrade to a Summit Tent for a private en-suite bathroom, along with an exclusive minibar curated by The Goods Mart. In the morning, wake up to a complimentary in-tent continental breakfast before opting to tackle the many activities offered from a harbor tour to lawn games to a massage. You can also explore the island by renting bikes at an additional fee. Pros: A high-end glamping retreat overlooking New York City. Tents come with air conditioning and breakfast is included.Cons: The tents are expensive and even the cheapest doesn't include a private bathroom. Plus, they are all located right near one another, so if you're looking for a secluded or private stay, this isn't the place.Book Terra Glamping starting at $300 per nightThe romantic waterfront tents at Terra Glamping include 30 safari-style tents that overlook the bay to Sag Harbor and Shelter Island. Each tent features a porch for stargazing, a comfy Queen memory foam mattress, down bedding, and stylish furniture that varies from tent to tent. The site also makes it easy to unplug and offers plenty of activities in lounge tents fully stocked with games, books, and cards, while the dining and grilling area is a casual place to mingle with other guests over dinner. A continental breakfast is served each morning with pour-over coffee, fresh local pastries, fruit, and more. There are also nightly campfire s'mores, complimentary kayaks, and stand up paddleboards for guests. Pros: A waterfront spot with sleek tents furnished to feel like hotel rooms just a short drive from some of the best offerings in the Hamptons.Cons: While there is cell service, there's no Wi-Fi on the premises, which can be nice for unplugging but a hassle if you want to stay connected.Book Asheville Glamping starting at $295 per nightSleep under the stars in a dome with Asheville Glamping. The plastic domes come in different sizes and offer different amenities, but for a roomier option, try Dome 4, also called the Star Gazing Dome. It includes a Queen-sized memory foam bed with a constellation identification book to watch for shooting stars. The dome also comes with a private outdoor hot tub.Ashville Glamping also offers bell tents, safari tents, airstreams, treehouses, and the Nest, an adults-only cabin perched in the trees and accessible only via two suspension bridges. Pros: A glamping spot with a range of accommodation types including domes, tents, and treehouses. Cons: The most popular accommodations book up quickly during the summer, so you'll need to plan at least five months in advance if you have your heart set on a specific dome or tent.Book Eastwind Hotel & Bar starting at $259 per night While this peaceful spot tucked in the Catskills is a standard hotel with regular rooms, they also offer a glamping option. Lushna cabins are based on Scandanavian notions, embracing the popular idea of hygge with simple but cozy aesthetics. Snuggle up in a small A-frame cabin and take in the mountain scenery without ever leaving the Queen-sized beds pushed right up against the scenery, outfitted with luxurious Frette linens and Faribault wool blankets.The cabins are small at just 220 square feet, but they do come with private bathrooms and nearby circular wooden saunas. Barbeque kits are provided upon request to complete the camping experience. If you get tired of hanging out in your A-frame, wander over to High Spirit, the hotel's chic cocktail lounge, for a smoky ginger Mezcal Paloma and light bites. Pros: A chic hotel in the Catskills that offers small A-frame cabins as a glamping option. Cons: The cabins are snug, with Queen-size beds taking up nearly all of the bedroom space.These destinations offer upscale perks and amenities, whether it's stylish hotel-like interiors, air-conditioned tents, or a private hot tub to enjoy under the stars. Those little extras can make all the difference in a stay, making these accommodations an excellent value for the price. Book Under Canvas Mount Rushmore starting at $184 per nightImagine waking up to the smell of Ponderosa pines and juniper in the Black Hills of South Dakota, after a night spent cozied up in sumptuous sheets, and pulling back your tent flap to stunning views of Mount Rushmore. You can do just that at one of Under Canvas's newest locations. All of the Under Canvas tent options feature King-size beds, private bathrooms that include upscale bath amenities, private decks, and wood-burning stoves. Deluxe and Stargazer tents are ideal for couples, while the Suites sleep up to four people and are a great choice for families.Additional camp amenities include complimentary activities, guided nature walks, and communal fire pits. Food costs are additional, but well worth the extra spend since offerings go far beyond the usual camp burritos. The menu features homemade seasonal fare using locally-sourced ingredients, like pan-roasted trout and mini pulled pork tacos. Pros: Canvas tents with private in-tent bathrooms and stunning views of Mount Rushmore feel like an upscale hotel. Cons: While the camp is open in September, mornings and nights during that time can be quite chilly and the woodburning stoves aren't always adequate heating.Book The Trailer Pond starting at $175 per nightMake your next wine-fueled getaway in one of these cute, colorful vintage trailers. Ideal for a girls' getaway or a bachelor or bachelorette party, these Tinker Tin trailers are found on 130-acres of organically farmed vineyards in Paso Robles, California. Book the trailers individually or reserve the entire area and all five trailers for a private group stay.The funky trailers are from the 1950s and come in canary yellow, turquoise, hot pink, and lime green. Many feature original touches from flooring to countertops for an authentic vintage vibe. All come with just one double bed, so even a couple might find it a bit snug. However, booth-style dining tables and mini kitchens make for a fun stay.In addition to taking in the scenic vineyard views and lounging by the pond with a glass of wine, for an additional fee you can book yoga, wine tasting tours, massages, or private tasting classes. Pros: Funky and fun vintage trailers from the 1950s found on a 130-acre vineyard in wine country. Cons: The trailers don't have private bathrooms in them. Instead, there's a communal, fully plumbed bathroom with an outdoor shower, sink, and vanity.Book AutoCamp Cape Cod starting at $139 per nightTake car camping to a whole new level on your next beach trip. As the name implies, AutoCamp offers stylishly-outfitted airstreams as accommodations. The luxurious airstreams pull out all the stops when it comes to amenities, from Queen-sized Tempur-Pedic mattresses with plush linens and flat screen TVs, to spa-inspired private bathrooms and small kitchens. Each one includes a private deck with an outdoor dining area and a fire pit with a grill.AutoCamp also offers luxury tents, as well as cabin-like X Suites that are fully ADA accessible. No matter which option you choose, the chic interiors, curated food and beverage offerings, complimentary coffee and tea, and weekly activities like yoga and beer tastings are sure to elevate your experience. Pros: Choose from thoughtfully designed airstreams, tents, or ADA-accessible X Suites, all within five minutes of local shops, restaurants, and historic sights in Cape Cod.Cons: The site isn't right on the beach so you won't be waking up to ocean views.Read our guide to the best hotels in Cape Cod Book Cody Wyoming Trout Ranch starting at $129 per nightIf sleeping in a cozy tipi on the edge of the idyllic Shoshone River sounds like your idea of heaven, visit Cody Wyoming Trout Ranch. Their glamping tipis are spacious, 20 feet in diameter, and come fully furnished with beds, couches, and chairs, all decked out with colorful Native American-inspired prints.The ranch is an hour's drive from Yellowstone, making it easy to enjoy the picturesque National Park. The site also features campfire pits, picnic tables, and a community fire pit ideal for making s'mores. True to glamping fashion, you won't have to totally rough it; there are laundry facilities, shared bathrooms, and shower facilities. Pros: An idyllic spot near Yellowstone National Park with affordable tipis along the river bank. Cons: There are no private bathrooms in the tipis so you'll have to be okay with sharing bathrooms and shower facilities.These glamping options are a step well above pitching your own tent and rolling out a sleeping bag. But they're still wallet-friendly options for your next outdoor escape, all coming in under $200 per night.