August 15, 2017

The Ultimate Glamping Guide for 2017 - For the Honeymoon or Bridesmaids Trip

If you love the idea of an incredibly secluded trip where you can swim, relax, & enjoy amazing views  - you are going to absolutely love our ultimate guide to glamping full of inspiration, & links to the best products - from roomy canvas tents to inflatable portable hot tubs.

You can enjoy the seclusion and beauty of our national & state parks with out sacrificing anything.

And if you're like me, & you've lived with your significant other for a while and gathered what you need for your home, you might just want to add some of these great items to your wedding registry.

You're going to need somewhere cozy to sleep, & if you're not renting a cottage we recommend the Instant Cabin Tent from Core, or the Dream House Canvas Safari Tent if you want to feel extra glamorous.

Dress up your home away with a few hand woven Chindi multicolor braided rugs, a set of romantic solar LED string lights, a few sets of fabric flag bunting, & of course - an inflatable couch.

Once you're done setting up, make a few drinks & head to the beach with a set of Tommy Bahama backpack beach chairs, a popup sun shelter, & a sand-proof beach blanket. Bring a waterproof HD camera to take unbelievable photos.

Or head out on an adventure that ends with a picnic with the Picnic Backpack w/Coffee Service, Cooler & Insulated Wine Holder from Picnic at Ascot, and the Tovolo Outdoor Wine Bamboo Table.

And to relax at the end of the day you'll want the Double High Airbed w/a Build in Pump from Coleman, a round inflatable daybed, or a Drive Travel SUV Air Mattress if you're car camping.

When you're done exploring the great outdoors for the day you can relax in the 4 Person Inflatable Outdoor Hot Tub, the Instant Sun Shelter, & the Instant Screen Tent - all made by Coleman.

Don't forget sunscreen & insect repellent. Getting sunburned, or covered in bug bites is no fun.

Be aware of the local flora & fauna. Find out if there's poison ivy nearby & bring treatment, keep your food in a safe & secure area, etc. Know how to handle encounters with the local animals.

And before you go confirm the available amenities including whether there's a fire pit/grill or picnic table at your site, and where the restrooms are located.

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Photo Credit, Top to Bottom & Left to Right: Grey Owls Cabin, Ajawaan Lake, Prince Albert National Park by Fremte, Tent Glamping via Mothership, Wine Picnic via Coastal Living

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