It’s popular to hate on glamping: the practice of “camping” in luxury yurts, tents, or cabins with running water, king-sized beds and down pillows.
But we never knock something before we’ve tried it. So this week, we called up our friends at glampinghub.com. They operate a sort of AirBnB/VRBO for the glamping set—a searchable database of the world’s best luxury campsites.
With their help, we rounded up three of the coolest glampsites in the U.S.
Tree house – Santa Cruz, CA ($138/night)