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A Florida Glamping Guide: Top Destinations and Tips

Glamping is a new movement taking the adventure and travel world by storm. However, not many people are familiar with this term yet. Glamping is the combination of ‘glamorous’ and ‘camping’. It is also known by the name of luxury camping. Glamping provides all of the excitement and nature aspects of camping while also offering more luxurious and comfortable accommodation. It offers participants a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It’s a solitary moment in a quiet tree house. It’s the opportunity to climb a mountain or dive into the deep ocean. It’s a time to be secluded, thoughtful, daring and adventurous. Glamping provides you with an environment to do all of these things and more.

There are many different ways to describe and express glamping. In reality, this one-of-a-kind experience really evades one description or meaning. Everyone finds something unique about glamping that speaks to them on a personal level. The root of this activity is a desire to connect with nature in a solitary and beautiful environment without having to sacrifice any comfort. Glamping offers you a way to experience the surroundings in a luxurious manner. Here are some of the best glamping locations in Florida.

1. Headwaters Eco Retreat – Jupiter

The Headwaters Eco Retreat is an ideal glamping location located near the city of Jupiter. It has a pristine location on the stunning Loxahatchee River. This eco-retreat features two bedrooms and large enough for a couple or small family. The Headwaters Eco Retreat is perfect for adventurous visitors because of fo the river access. Visitors can canoe, kayak, bicycle and even use the edible garden. Prices start at $195 per night.

2. Fancy Camps Luxury Camping – Florida Gulf Coast State Parks

The Florida Gulf state parks offer some of the most scenic views in the entire state. Fancy Camps Luxury Camping takes advantage of these surroundings with multiple locations throughout these state parks. These glamping spots are designed with bell tents that can be rented for as low as $120 per night. The bell tents are decorated with cozy lighting, end tables, and comfortable rugs.

3. Florida Oldscool Campers – St. Pete and Clearwater

Glamping doesn’t have to happen in one place. Florida Oldschool Campers offers visitors an opportunity to take their glamping adventure anywhere with an iconic bus or campervan rental. There’s nothing more exciting than camping in a vintage hippy bus. Fort DeSoto Park is a popular camping area not located far from the rental place. This park offers stunning waterfront sites with awesome views of the ocean. These old school campers can be rented for $350 per night with a two-night minimum.

4. Treehouse Canopy – Permaculture Farm, Miami

While glamping may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you’re planning to go to Miami, that doesn’t mean it should be overlooked. Permaculture Farm in Miami hosts a Treehouse Canopy that is located only 15 minutes from the nearest beach. Treehouses are the hallmark accommodation for glamping getaways. Nothing places you in touch with nature quite like a house perched in a living tree. Visitors can enjoy the plethora of farm animals that roam the area including roosters, emus goats, and chickens. This urban getaway is one of the cheapest on the list with an average cost of $65 per night.

5. Historic Houseboat – Manatee River, Palmetto

If you’re looking for the most luxurious of glamping locations, look no further than the Historic Houseboat located on the beautiful Manatee River in Palmetto. This historic home chapel has been transformed from a chapel into a luxurious home. It comes equipped with a full kitchen, granite countertops, a barbecue grill, and air conditioning. Although there is no reason to go outside, visitors will be drawn by the stunning river that flows just beneath the houseboat. There is also a jacuzzi, a shared swimming pool, and many restaurants nearby.

6. Luxury Camping – 30A

This luxury camping option is located in the heart of Grayton Beach State Park. Families will love this 16-foot bell tent that comes complete with a queen-size mattress and a pallet with sleeping pads for the kids. This luxurious campsite comes with a cooling and heating unit, chairs and tables and many comfortable linens. This is another great location for visitors interested in activities such as saltwater fishing, cycling, and hiking. This location can be rented for $145 per night.

7. Luxe Teepee – Westgate River Ranch, Lake Wales

This glamping destination combines the mystique of Native American culture with the luxury of modern technology. Families and couples can stay in the Luxe Teepee located in the Westgate River Ranch for as low as $42 per night. The accommodation is completely furnished with an AC unit, fireplace, private patio and more.

8. Westgate River Ranch Resort – Lake Wales

Westgate River Ranch Resort offers some quintessential glamping opportunities. Visitors can enjoy fully furnished accommodation with king-sized beds while also being located close to the beautiful surroundings.