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Getting back to nature doesn't have to mean roughing it! We've rounded up our favorite luxury camping accommodations across California to help you get inspired and get back outside later this year—without sacrificing the joys of a hot shower.


Hot Springs Hideaway – Sky Valley, CA

Why Visit? This desert caravan is only 15 minutes from Palm Springs, and with its high-speed WiFi, your Instagram is going to be hot. But don't worry, you won't be hot, thanks to the camper's AC units and clawfoot outdoor tub, where you can soak under the stars of the Milky Way.

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Glamping in California

Timeframe: 3. Jun. 2020 - 1. Jan. 2021
  • How Do I Book?

    Take a look at the list of glamping sites, and pick the one that appeals to you most. Click the "Continue To Booking" button to learn about renting the property.

  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Price: from $49 per night (2-night minimum stay)

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Top of the Hill – Topanga, CA

Why Visit? We don't know if you can tell, but we're kind of obsessed with the retro vibes of campers, and this spot is no exception. Practically made for the 'gram, this camper is so cute we had trouble picking out a photo. Take in mountain views during the day, and watch the stars by the fire pit at night.

  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Price: from $190 per night

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Creekside Cabin – Guerneville, CA

Why Visit? Okay okay, we know this one kind of blurs the line between glamping and just staying in a cabin, but look at this place. It's tucked away in a redwood forest, it's got a cedar hot tub, and it's built in a spot that is perfect for canoeing, hiking, or wine tasting.

  • Capacity: 4 guests
  • Price: from $150 per night (2-night minimum stay)

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Songdog Glampout – Cuyama Badlands, CA

Why Visit? Voted one of the best glamping spots of 2018, there will be no beating the views of the stars and mountains that you'll get from this incredible spot. Your tent comes with essentials like firewood and cooking utensils, but you may be roughing it a little more than some of the other spots on this list. We don't think you'll mind.

  • Capacity: 6 guests
  • Price: from $150 per night (2-night minimum stay)

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Handcrafted Cabin – Albion, CA

Why Visit? This cabin is a little less than five miles off the famous Pacific Coast Highway, but a stay here will place you in your own little world. It's the perfect place to unplug and relax in the solitude of nature. It's an extremely popular spot, though, so we'd recommend booking well in advance.

  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Price: from $167 per night (2-night minimum stay)

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Vineyard Treehouse – Los Gatos, CA

Why Visit? Going out on a limb here, but we're guessing that people would kill for the kind of views you'll get from this treehouse. Built on a giant Douglas Fir, this WiFi-equipped tree tent looks over Monterey Bay. And if you're afraid of heights, you can always rent a darling bell tent on the same property.

  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Price: from $220 per night

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Family-Friendly Tent – Palcines, CA

Why Visit? This tent is perfect if you're traveling with a large group. Rent one or two tents that fit eight people each for the ultimate family vacation or friend retreat. The property is near Pinnacles National Park, meaning that plenty of outdoor activities are within easy reach.

  • Capacity: 8 guests
  • Price: from $229 per night (2-night minimum stay)

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Treebones Yurt Resort – Big Sur, CA

Why Visit? This glamping resort on California's central coast (4.5/5 on TripAdvisor) offers luxury accommodations in spacious yurts with plush bedding, running water and redwood decks overlooking the Pacific ocean. There are plenty of hiking, beach-combing, and wildlife-watching opportunities nearby.

  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Price: from $320 per night (2-night minimum stay)

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Cultus Camp – Pioneertown, CA

Why Visit? Located on a private 80-acre retreat in the heart of the Mojave desert, this luxury canvas cabin comes with a memory-foam mattress, stove, deck chairs, and unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape. There is also an outdoor shower, barbecue area, lounge nook, and sculpture garden onsite.

  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Price: from $175 a night (2-night minimum stay)

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Mystic Canyon Tipi – El Cajon, CA

Why Visit? If you want to live that glamping life, but have a budget to stick to, this tipi near San Diego is worth checking out. With over 300 5-star reviews on Airbnb, you'll enjoy both a peaceful location, homemade muffins, and caring hosts.

  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Price: from $49 a night

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Basecamp South Lake Tahoe– South Lake Tahoe, CA

Why Visit? Love the idea of camping but can't bear the thought of actually seeing an insect? The Basecamp Hotel in South Lake Tahoe (4/5 on TripAdvisor) has you covered! Select a "Great Indoors" room to get all the trappings of a campsite with all the comforts of a hotel room, including a king bed and balcony.

  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Price: from $102 a night

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