Glamping is the latest trend in luxury camping that combines the essence of the word glamour with camping. Campers that love getting back to nature, but have no desire to succumb to the discomforts of traditional camping that amounts to roughing it in the elements, may opt for camping accommodations that provide the comforts of home. Some glamping campgrounds offer accommodations similar to what one would expect in a luxury hotel. If you're looking for upscale accommodations in Oregon, here are five of the most recommended glamping campgrounds for your consideration
5. Grande Hot Springs Yurt #2 Mt. Hood, Oregon
Trips to Discover recommends booking the luxury Grande Hot Springs Yurt #2. The unique accommodations offer three beds for sleeping up to five guests and one private bath. Grande Hot Springs is an RV resort that specializes in yurts and cabins. The Superhosts of the resort are highly rated with experience in hosting to make guest stays memorable. Guests receive information and self-check-in upon arrival through the lockbox through an Airbnb app completion. The yurt is surrounded by mountains and offers exceptional views of the star-studded sky at night. A cedar soaking tub with hot spring mineral water that comes directly from the springs is provided. The beds are full with a firm mattress, a twin bunk bed, and a full-size futon. The yurt is equipped with a coffee maker, mini-fridge, coffee, and tea. In winter, the yurt is geothermally heated and air conditioning is provided in summer. The yurt also comes with a propane fire pit, bbq, patio furniture, picnic table, and umbrella. Restrooms and showers offer hot water and are a minute's walk from the Office Building, open 24 hours. Guests may enjoy walking the nature trail, swimming in the pool, or soaking in the spa. Other guest amenities include firepits with free wood provided, horseshoe pits, and a laundry room. Parking is free with security cameras on the property. Guests have access to Wifi and an EV charger. The hosts provide soap and toilet paper, but you must bring all other essentials.
4. Hollis & Dave Airbnb Treehouse Mt. Hood, Oregon
The Magical Treehouse is a luxury camping accommodation offered by Superhosts Hollis & Dave. Guests register and reserve the booking through AirBNB with self-check-in. The treehouse accommodates up to four guests in its three beds. It comes with a half bath. The tree house is in a 16 x16 ft space, suspended between three fir trees. Guests access the room via a spiral staircase. The room has a queen bed and two twin beds in the loft. A gas heater, microwave, coffee pot, and microwave are included, along with a composting toilet and a cold-water sink. The minimum age is seven years due to the staircase access. Cottages are available on the 20-acre property at the base of Mt. Hood. There is also an outdoor shower with hot water. It also has a picnic table, covered area, and gas grill. A seating area is below the treehouse with a firepit. A minimum two-night stay is required to book the treehouse. Guests enjoy the other amenities of the property, including water activities in the pond, including swimming, feeding the fish, and paddling to the small island, a zip line, a summer garden, a row boat, hiking, disc golf, horseshoes, pendulum swing, disc golf, basketball, and more.
3. Customized Airstream Glamping Talent, Oregon
A rebuilt and customized Airstream trailer provides the comforts of home. Guests enjoy the luxury interior. The trailer is on the terraced portion of a 5-acre estate in Italian styling with lovely valley views. It's near Ashland, close to the Shakespeare and Britt Festivals, with plenty of nightlife opportunities and outdoor activities for the entire family. The space is a 1977 revamped 24 feet Airstream called the Arte Maris. It is a cozy yet spacious accommodation with a galley kitchen, large sink, range hood, four-burner gas stove and oven, freezer and fridge, solar panels, convertible sofa bed, heater, air conditioning, shower, bathtub, bathroom sink, dining table, closet with dresser and drawers, memory foam queen bed, feather mattress topper, and ample storage. The bathroom features brass faucets, a vanity cabinet, a Talavera sink, hand painted toilet, a living room, and a galley area in vintage decor. The space accommodates from one to four guests. It comes with a private table and chairs under a shade tree for guests. The property has fencing with security cameras. Pets are welcome with a $30 fee and a refundable deposit of $300. It is a no-smoking area. The host is Giulia & Josh, who speak English, Italian, Spanish, and French.
2. Northwoods Tiny Farmhouse Sanctuary Portland, Oregon
Oregon is for Adventure recommends checking out this tiny farmhouse sanctuary for all the comforts of home. It's a Tiny House that is custom-built for glamping enthusiasts. The inside of the house measures 247 square feet with modern comfort on a studio platform. The Tiny House accommodates four people with two beds. It has a bathroom, a dining room, and a kitchenette. Guests will enjoy the full fridge with a freezer, a two-burner induction stove, a microwave oven, a convertible sofa, and a queen loft. The Northwoods Tiny Farmhouse Sanctuary is hosted by premier host Lauren. It's in the heart of the forest with horseback and hiking trails.
1. Tide's Reach of the Umpqua Reedsport,Oregon
Field Mag suggests Tide's Reach of the Umpqua in Douglas County. It's a premier glamping site that offers guests a fully weatherproof geodesic dome set up at the riverside. Tide's Reach is in the Oregon Coastal Mountains, near the edge of inland tidal waters. It's 20 miles from Reedsport, Oregon. The dome is a 16 ft space with one double bed, one couch, and two toddler beds. The geodome has a kitchen, an indoor wood-burning fireplace, a bathroom with Finch's all-natural small-batch bar soaps, body soap, and shampoo, and an outdoor shower with running hot water, towels, bedsheets, toilet paper, bedding linens, pillows, and blankets. You'll also find a pack-n-play travel crib, portable fans, and security cameras on the property. The parking is free. Parking areas have security monitoring. The dome has a smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, a first-aid kit, and a fire extinguisher. Other amenities include a full kitchen with pots, pans, oil, salt & pepper, dishes, bowls, silverware, plates, cups, chopsticks, a gas stove, a mini-fridge, a hot water kettle, a coffee maker, charcoal grill, bamboo and iron skewers, barbecue utensils, and more. The dome is on the waterfront with private beachfront access. The camp also supplies an outdoor dining area with outdoor furniture, a private outdoor kitchen and dining area, a gas BBQ grill, a boat slip, and a kayak. Family pets and service animals are allowed. Guests self-check in via a keypad and door code.
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