Glamping the Better Way to Camp
Camping is one of those activities that you either love or you hate. Some people adore it, some hate even the thought.
I'm one of those people who would be great at glamping, just don't ask me to go tent camping unless it's a high-end tent. I have this thing about not having a bathroom. That's just me, the squatting in nature just isn't my thing. Give me an RV, maybe a cabin, a tent with a bathroom and I'm good.
I'm not anti-camping, it can be fun, but I'm anti-using the bathroom outdoors and not having a shower.
I was curious as to where some of the cool glamping places near us and I found some pretty cute ones.
Yes, you do have to drive a little, but I bet they would be worth it.
Lotus Tent on Lavender Farm-Meadery
This little glamping tent is located on an actual lavender farm. It is located near Lubbock.
It's a cute tent perfect for glamping. Yes, it doesn't have bathrooms in it, but they are a few feet away.
The cost per night for this cute glamping tent is $85. It will sleep 4.
The Guest House at Lily Pad Lane
This cute little house located on Hubbard Creek Lake in Breckenridge, TX is a fun getaway if you're into glamping.
It's got indoor plumbing!
Walk out the backdoor and you're right there at the lake. Fishing, swimming, all the fun.
The cost is $149 per night and it sleeps 6.
Creekside Glamping Tipi
This glamping getaway is located in the mountains of Northern, New Mexico located right next to a creek.
The cool thing about this glamping is you get to sleep in a tipi. This would bring back memories of me as a kid. I was involved in an organization and we used to all pile into a giant tipi and camp outdoors. It was fun, but not as glamorous.
Yes, there is a bathroom available just outside the tipi.
The cost per night is $149.
Here's a fun fact for you from HipCamp, More than a third (36.8%) of American campers rate “interacting confidently with wildlife” as a top camping skill, with other colorful anecdotes including, “Finding a good dive bar,” “Sleeping,” and “Pooping in the outdoors.”
So "pooping in the outdoors" is a skill. It must be, but I don't ever want to have to worry about having that skill.
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