These Glamping Destinations Across the U.S. Are Seriously Gorgeous
If your ideal version of being outdoorsy involves sipping wine, here are the best glamping destinations to check out across the U.S. From pods to decked-out shelters, you'll want to keep these venues in mind.
When Mormon settlers first saw the plant they dubbed the “Joshua tree,” it reminded them of the bushy-bearded biblical leader. When Territorial Governor John C. Frémont caught sight of it during an 1844 trek through the Mohave Desert, he called it “the most repulsive tree in the vegetable kingdom.”
With its quirky desert towns and endless open roads, Arizona is tailor made for road trips. Although the routes are virtually limitless, one of the best and most well traveled is the trek from the state’s major population center of Phoenix to the world-renowned beauty of Sedona.