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Standard tents feature safari-themed decor and lamps; premier ones have beds and heaters too.The dirt: Roar & Snore offered Fri ― Sat; from $109 per person, $89 ages 4-11, including behind-the-scenes park tour, bonfire with s'mores, and two hot meals; reservations required; park admission $34, $24 ages 3-11; open-air photo safari and animal feeding from $90; 760/747-8702. Hardin GREENOUGH, MT The Resort at Paws Up Wake up to: About 120 miles of hiking trails.
The digs: Canvas tents with adjacent bathhouses take the edge off camping with warm comforters, willow beds, and firepits perfect for barbecuing dinner (with burgers and s'mores delivered to your front flap for an extra charge).
Perks include hardwood floors, private bathrooms, and prime savanna views.
The dirt: 30 tent cabins from 5, including breakfast; two-night minimum Fri ― Sat; three-hour Safari Jeep tour , ages 12 and under; behind-the-scenes animal feedings and other activities from 0; 800/616-2695.
But then your khaki-clad camping butler meets you nearly halfway. And, not knowing exactly what kind of mood you're in, fresh-baked cookies The digs: When the family-owned Resort at Paws Up opened in 2005 in the Blackfoot Valley 30 miles east of Missoula, Montana, a new word entered the well-heeled adventurer's lexicon ― "glamping." At the resort's Tent City, roughing it means canvas-walled platform tents with oil paintings hanging above king-size feather beds surrounded by plush pile rugs; terry-cloth robes as fluffy as Big Sky Country clouds; elk-antler bedside lamps; turndown service with caddis flies for fishing in lieu of chocolates; private bathrooms with steam showers and heated slate floors in an adjacent bathhouse; in-tent spa treatments and much-needed massages.
S'mores are available on demand, wine is served on arrival, and the gourmet fare is Montana-inspired (huckleberry pancakes or bison rib-eye, anyone? But it's still just a tent that we're talking about, one tucked at the edge of a lodgepole pine forest on a former cattle ranch: silence broken only by the sounds of locals (deer, eagle, elk); 37,000 acres perfect for horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, rafting, and fly-fishing; and enough stars sparkling overhead to show that no one, and especially not glampers, should settle for a hotel with a mere five.
The dirt: 6 tents available May 23 - Sep 30 at Tent City (6 more open in June at the new River Camp); from 5, including three daily meals for two; four-night minimum; 800/473-0601.
-Dina Mishev NEAR PESCADERO, CA Costanoa Lodge & Camp Wake up to: Waves crashing and coyotes yelping.GIANT SEQUOIA NATIONAL MONUMENT, CA Sequoia High Sierra Camp Wake up to: Absolute silence, views that run deep into Kings Canyon, and ― before a day of hiking, fly-fishing, and swimming in the surrounding 2 million acres of wilderness ― breakfast prepared by Bruce Springsteen's former chef and served in an open-air pavilion.As the sun sets, Ryan Solien cooks an impressive five-course dinner too (foie gras mousse, braised lamb shank; fleece jackets suggested).Step outside, and you're (almost) in Africa: Giraffes stroll the grasslands not even 20 feet from your tent, and uphill, oryx and zebras roam.The digs: The safari theme is stylish, not kitschy: Lamps glow with animal silhouettes, and wood carvings lend artistry.The dirt: To get to camp, choose between an easy 1-mile hike or a strenuous 12 miles along the Twin Lakes Trail. Solstua West Wake up to: Views of the deep inlets and rangy peaks rising from mainland British Columbia. The digs: Imagine the most elegant penthouse suite, covered in canvas and plunked down in the middle of a lush green wonderland.