Camping…But Make it Luxurious

Gone glamping! Take to the great outdoors but in a more luxurious way. Trade in pop-up tents and sleeping bags for magnificent canvas tents and lush, comfortable beds. Simplify your travel experience while making new, grand memories in the great outdoors. Best Glamping California


Under Canvas Best Glamping California

Locations: Acadia (coming 2021), Glacier, Grand Canyon, Great Smoky Mountains, Lake Powell (coming 2021), Moab, Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone, Zion

Luxurious, private, safari-style canvas tents with king beds and en suite bathrooms provide explorers with an unforgettable glamping experience. Under Canvas locations are situated near iconic National Parks and monuments, making for a seamless and immersive outdoor adventure. Through “intentional inconveniences”—such as solar power and eliminating single use plastics when possible—Under Canvas strives for a minimal footprint.


Ventana Big Sur Best Glamping California

Location: Big Sur

The stunning Ventana Big Sur resort, known for its deluxe, romantic property, also offers memorable camping and glamping experiences. Sleep beneath the redwoods in lavish tents equipped with a wood-burning fire pit on the deck. Explore the beauty of this coastal town, and then return to your dreamy campsite for relaxation paired with wine and s’mores!


Wylder Hope Valley

Location: Hope Valley

Choose between staying in the restored 1951 vintage Spartan trailer or fully furnished yurts at this Sierra Nevada all-season mountain resort. Ideally positioned for views of the lush mountain landscape and West Fork Carson River, your craving for adventure will be satisfied upon arrival. The minimalist design allows guests to focus on the true beauty of nature.


Locations: Yosemite, Cape Cod, Russian River

Not a tent, not a hotel, but an environmentally sustainable Airstream for what AutoCamp calls Adventure Simplified. AutoCamp provides travelers with simple and timeless accommodations. Disconnect and reconnect with nature and your loved ones. Spa-inspired bathrooms, private campfires, a midcentury modern clubhouse and curated food and beverage offerings are a few perks of staying at these gorgeous properties.

About The Author

Taylor is a graduate from the University of Southern California with a degree in journalism. She is our Los Angeles and Orange County editor. You can find her dining at a new restaurant, in the ocean or planning her next adventure. Say hello!

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