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The 7 Best Places To Go Glamping In Florida

Spending a night or two sleeping under the stars is a memorable experience at any time of the year, but if the thoughts of ‘pitching the tent’ fill you dread, then fear not. There’s plenty of luxurious places to go glamping in Florida. You can experience the vast outdoors without giving up any home comforts.

Here’s our pick of the very best…

Best Places To Go Glamping In Florida

1. Modern Treehouse

This cute treehouse is in Coldwater Gardens Resort- stay up in the trees and elevate your nature experience with this private treehouse. Accommodations include two queen beds, full bath, equipped kitchen, covered deck with dining table and chairs, sun chair, and a fire pit on the ground level.

Explore the abundant agriculture from fruit and veg gardens, chicken farm, European honey bees, shiitake mushroom farm to hydroponic and aquaponic horticulture.

2. Westgate River Ranch

Set on a platform, each of the spacious Glamping tents is fully furnished with comfy and spacious beds, private bathroom, AC, and heating to keep your tent at the perfect temperature. Some of their luxury services include; Personal Glamping Concierge, Morning Coffee Service, Luxury Linens and Campfire lit nightly by staff.

As the largest dude ranch East of the Mississippi, there’s plenty of outdoor activities that will have you reliving the old-fashioned days of the old West. From rodeo, petting farm, bungee jumping, golf, trap and skeet shooting, there’s plenty to do when you’re not lazing around your glamour tent!

3. Chickee Hut- Ochopee

Prepare for an adventure-packed experience at this glamping site in the Everglades.

Their Native Indian built cabins are perfect for those looking for a true Everglades experience, with views of the swamp and open grassland prairies. The accommodation doesn’t have running water but is situated very near restrooms and hot showers, located within the Trail Lakes Campground bathhouse.

4. Santa Rosa Beach Glamping

Santa Rosa is a beautiful Californian city located in Sonoma County. It’s known for its wineries and gorgeous vistas. The tent measures 16′, with fluffy rugs, end tables, and lighting it creates a perfect cozy vibe.

The beach is located less than a 20-minute walk from the campsite. With a number of hiking trails to deer spotting, you’ll be completely entrained throughout the entire day. After a lovely evening campfire,  snuggle back into your tent and prepare for a glorious sleep on their comfy beds.

5. Shipping Container Glamping- Jupiter

This converted shipping container is the perfect eco escape. If you’ve never stayed in a shipping container, then this is the perfect one for first timers! Glampers will have access to the main house, which has a kitchen, a living area, and a patio.

This property can accommodate up to eight guests- a king-size bedroom, a queen-size bedroom, and two bedrooms with bunk beds. There is a barbecue to light up for dinner, and a fire pit to gather around in the evening. Guests will also receive a complimentary two-hour guided kayak tour from the hosts!

6. Modern Airstream- Pensacola

Enjoy the luxury of this modern airstream packed full of all the necessities you need. With an indoor bathroom, two flat-screen televisions (one in the main sleeping area and the other in the dining space). The kitchen amenities include a full-length refrigerator and freezer as well as an oven, stove, and a fold-out pantry.

Enjoy the outdoor patio area under the coaches’ awning, grill up an evening meal, and listen to the sounds of the ocean. Barbecue, bicycles, and kayaks are included at no extra charge.

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7. Carrabelle Beach

Enclosed by trees this yurt provides is perfect for a private getaway. Each yurt has a skylight in the roof allowing you to gaze into the night sky, a picnic table, deck, and fire ring to complement your outdoor feast or marshmallow roasting.

With a large swimming pool, high-speed wifi, and playgrounds for kids this is the perfect location for people of all ages.

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Siobhan McKenny
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