8 Glamping Sites to Upgrade Your Next National Park Visit

Our national parks are often credited as “America’s best idea,” and visiting them is a rite of passage for any nature lover. But, sometimes, even the most avid outdoorsperson might want to sleep under the stars or beside a roaring campfire—without having to actually sleep on the cold, hard ground. 

For when you want that outdoors experience without having to skimp on creature comforts, the country’s best glamping sites are our answer. Below, we’ve rounded up our favorite glamping sites near national parks, from the new Under Canvas camp in Maine’s Acadia National Park to the luxe tents at Paws Up in Montana. With everything from high-thread count sheets to prepared daily meals, these glamping sites are as plush as the outdoors gets. Who says camping has to mean roughing it?

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