Still sorting out your spring break plans? Have you considered glamping for spring break?
Glamping, or glamorous camping, is a great way to ease into camping, and at these spring break glamping spots you can have a unique- and very comfortable!- camping experience.
Fabulous Spring Break Glamping Getaways
This year spring begins on Wednesday, March 20. Easter falls almost a month later, on Sunday, April 21. And National Park Week is April 20- 28, with entrance fees waived on Saturday, April 20.
Because these are such unique experiences you should contact these sites quickly to plan your fabulous glamping experience!
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park – San Diego, California
The San Diego Zoo Safari Park has a Roar & Snore Safari that’s perfect for anyone who wants to try glamping for spring break!
Sleepover options at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park include All Ages, Adults Only, Girl Scout and School outings. Families can enjoy themed sleepovers, and the price includes camp activities, evening wildlife tours, campfire programs, dinner, evening snacks and breakfast.
There are three tent options at this spring break glamping spot.
Classic tents offer a 9 x 14 tent with sleeping pads for up to five campers.
The Vista tents look out over the African Plains, and have cots for up to six campers.
For the ultimate spring break glamping splurge, check out the Premium tents, which offer a queen bed plus two cots, electrical outlets, bed linens and pillows; perfect for up to four campers.
Imagine the thrill of being warm and snug in your tent, falling asleep to the sound of roaring lions nearby. San Diego Zoo Safari Park is definitely one of the most unique spring break glamping spots!
Tanque Verde Ranch – Tucson, Arizona
The Sonoran Desert of Southern Arizona is one of the best spring break glamping destinations. Under Canvas recently opened luxury glamping tents at Tucson’s renowned Tanque Verde Ranch.
Glamping guests have full access to ranch activities and amenities, including the outdoor pool, hot tub, tennis courts and business center.
Guests can also partake in add-ons such as horseback riding, guided hikes, mountain biking, fishing and spa treatments.
Don’t miss the Cowboy Cookouts on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, for a “down-home ranch BBQ experience.”
Golf carts ferry glamping guests around the ranch property, and woodstoves in the tents keep you warm on cool desert nights.
The ranch is in a prime location on Tucson’s East side, just minutes from Saguaro National Park, making this an excellent spring break glamping spot.
Under Canvas Moab – Moab, Utah
For families looking for loads of outdoor adventure over spring break, you won’t find a better destination than Moab, Utah.
With easy access to the Colorado River, Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park, Moab is a dream destination for outdoor adventure seekers.
Hiking, fishing, climbing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking and off-road touring are just a few options for Moab activities.
Under Canvas Moab is set on 40 acres just outside Moab, offering over half a dozen glamping options, from a basic safari tent with twin beds, to suite tents with hot running water, shower, sink and flushing toilet. For larger families, a “hive” can be added on to your tent, offering more sleeping room.
Customized packages are available, combining hand-picked activities, unique dining experiences and the glamping accommodation of your dreams.
Fancy Camps – Florida State Parks
If you are headed to Florida and want to try glamping for spring break, Fancy Camps has you covered!
With luxury camping tents at Grayton Beach State Park and Topsail State Park, these are two of the best spring break glamping destinations in the Florida panhandle.
Luxury tent accommodations include a queen bed with pillowtop mattress, linens, lighting, end tables, rugs, heating or cooling and outdoor seating. Add-ons, such as firewood, kids’ sleeping pallets or camping stoves are available.
Nearby bathhouses offer running water and showers, so you don’t have to rough it on this glamping trip.
All setup and teardown is done by the staff, leaving travelers to relax and enjoy one of the best spring break glamping destinations in the south.
The nearby beaches offer hours of entertainment for adults and kids alike, while the famous Highway 30A offers easy access to the fun beach towns of the Florida panhandle.
Treehouse Vineyards – Monroe, North Carolina
East Coast travelers seeking a unique spring break glamping spot will love the treehouse rentals at Treehouse Vineyards, about 45 minutes south of Charlotte.
With a choice of two treehouse rentals to choose from, you can bring up to 8 people along for this spring break glamping adventure.
Papa’s Dream Treehouse is the coziest treehouse, with a queen bed in the loft area.
Horsefeathers Hideaway sleeps up to eight, with a queen bed, two sofa pullouts and room on the floor for sleeping bags.
With bathrooms included in the treehouses, this is truly glamorous camping!
A third treehouse, Date Nite Treehouse, is available for hourly rentals where up to six adults can relax on the huge porch and enjoy vineyard wine and live music.
If your spring break plans include a visit to the beaches or North Carolina or South Carolina, Treehouse Vineyards would make a great overnight stop along the way.