While this type of traveling feels more suitable for the summer, nothing can stop adventures from experiencing it during the remaining seasons of the year. Here are five amazing fall glamping destinations.
Yosemite National Park, California
Autocamp Yosemite opened doors in 2019 and is located on a tree-filled site that spread over 36 acres. The camp holds a fleet of Airstreams and luxury tents and cabin suites that will make you feel comfortable during your getaway.
Glamping Among Wild Ponies
Assateague Island, Maryland
Assateague Island can offer its visitors an amazing surfing spot at a driving distance from New York and Washington DC. Campsites are available at both State Park and National Seashore. The protected stretch of the island is home to wild ponies, which you will surely want to see in their natural habitat.
Governors Island, New York
Glamping enthusiasts can reach Governors Island via ferry or water taxi. Once they arrive, they’ll instantly rejoice at amazing views of the Manhattan skyline. During the day, the island is perfect for low-key strolls as it’s home to numerous historical buildings and a wide variety of top-tier food trucks.
Surf and Storm-Watching at Westport
At about three hours from Portland and two hours from Seattle, Westport offers consistent surfable waves to travelers. Visitors can stay at the Loge, a campsite-hotel combo which is housed in renovated mid-century motels. If surfing isn’t your cup of tea, you can enjoy storm-watching or razor clam harvesting.
Catskill, New York
Located in the Hudson Valley, Catskill is a beautiful destination where you can rent an Airstream and enjoy nature’s beauty. You’ll get to cook with local products and hike the nearby woods so you can benefit from the peace and tranquility of the region.
If glamping sounds appealing to you, start packing your bags and make sure to visit one or several of these amazing spots!