Top 5 Best Glamping Spots to Visit in California, USA

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You are interested in going for a fantastic vacation but still want to keep yourself socially distanced due to Covid-19. It might be that you are a true camper that is ready to recover from the previous rough year. Whatever the case might be, 2021 is your year to go glamping.

You may have been wondering what the term ‘glamping’ actually means. Well, you guessed right if you think it means glamorous camping because that is what it means. Embark on your standard camping trip where you will enjoy the peace of nature, fresh air, meet a few people, and view the bright stars in the clear skies. Now, take away the clumsiness of entering the shared shower facility with your toothbrush, the stiffness of the sleeping bag that has not been touched for over a year, and the frustration of pitching a tent. Then, replace them with a kitchenette, a heater, a person cleaning the marshmallow skewers, a hot shower, and a full bed. This is what glamping looks like.

With an overabundance of natural splendor, California has proven to be a paradise for glampers. Below are some of the best glamping spots that are in California, USA.

Best glamping spots in California, USA

El Capitan Canyon RV Resort — Santa Barbara

Meadow Suite at El Capitan Canyon — Santa Barbara Best Glamping Spots in California
Meadow Suite at El Capitan Canyon — Santa Barbara

This place is located in Santa Barbara and is surrounded by the Santa Ynez Mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on another side. The yurt you are staying in is around, free-standing tent positioned on top of a round wooden platform. Canvas walls are used to make the yurt, and it also has a raised rooftop, which includes a vaulted skylight for stargazing.

Things that are inside the yurt include a microwave, a space heater, electricity, a twin daybed that has a trundle and a queen bed, a bar-sized refrigerator, and a ceiling fan. You are also entitled to get a private fire pit and picnic table with a grill.

As is it is situated in an RV Resort, you can still choose from other camping options like safari tents and cedar cabins.

Most popular amenities: Free parkingSwimming Pool RestaurantBicycle rentalHikingFamily FriendlyBBQ facilitiesNon-smoking hotelOutdoor fireplace

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Dome in the Desert — Joshua Tree

Dome in the Desert — Joshua Tree
Dome in the Desert — Joshua Tree

This is another amazing glamping spot in California. Here in this modern-bohemian, geodesic dome house located in Joshua, you will get more than just four walls. Up to four guests can stay in two private bedrooms. There are space heaters and a natural wood-burning stove in this home that you can use to beat the drastic temperature swings.

Most popular amenities: Free parkingFull kitchenIndoor fireplaceWiFi

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Hobbit Cobin — Sonoma

Hobbit Cobin — Sonoma
Hobbit Cobin — Sonoma

When you think of going to Sonoma, you probably might be thinking of wine-tasting and vineyards. A trip to this location is down to earth. Located on a farm, this hand-sculpted Hobbit Cobin is made with a living roof and earthen walls. Sending some days here feels like staying in a completely different world.

Most popular amenities: Free parkingWifiPet-friendly

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Big Om Ocean Retreat — Santa Cruz

Big Om Ocean Retreat — Santa Cruz
Big Om Ocean Retreat — Santa Cruz

Located in the northern area of the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, this glamping spot offers you unobstructed, stunning mountain and ocean views. While staying here, you can pay some money to participate in a ranch tour or animal-guided healing.

Most popular amenities: Free parkingWifiPet-friendlyKitchen

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Treebones Resort — Big Sur

Autonomous Tent Collection at  Treebones Resort — Big Sur
Autonomous Tent Collection at Treebones Resort — Big Sur

At this resort, you can choose between campsites, yurts, or two unique lodging options, which include a “Twig Hut” and a “Human Nest.” Te Twig Hut has a futon pad inside, and it offers ocean views, while the Human Nest offers the Pacific Ocean views and it also has a futon pad. In the yurts, there is electricity, real beds, and sinks with cold and hot running water in every single unit.

Most popular amenities: Free parkingWifiSwimming poolHiking Restaurant Bar

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Conclusion

The above-mentioned are some of the most amazing glamping spots to visit in California. Embark on that trip and have so much fun in any of these locations/glampsites.

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