For some, the phrase “The Great Outdoors” is a major misnomer, which is why glamping (AKA glamorous camping) is such a godsend. Whether it’s doing yoga in your yurt or stargazing from your safari-inspired tent, glamping is the perfect fusion of outdoor activities and indoor comfort. So if summer outside sounds like sweating and bug bites to you, these fabulous camping — ahem, glamping — destinations, from British Columbia to Maine, will help ease you into the wild the luxurious way.

1. Panacea at the Canyon, Culver, OR (from $350/night): If you’re looking to unwind and unplug, Panacea is your place. This upscale resort allows you to go off-the-grid in style with its chic tents, all-natural spa, and holistic healing treatments. A 40-acre plot in beautiful central Oregon, Panacea is located near an alpaca farm, winery, Lake Billy Chinook, and several state parks. (Photo via Panacea at the Canyon)

2. Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, Tofino, BC (from $1,800/night per person): Exit the country, and enter heaven at this luxurious outpost up north. Among the white canvas tents and abundant trees, enjoy amenities such as on-site helicopters; a local, sustainable restaurant; and a rejuvenating spa. Clayoquot is the biggest splurge on this list but for good reason. (Photo via Clayoquot Wilderness Resort)

3. Collective Vail of Collective Retreats, Denver, CO (from $500/night): Acquaint yourself with the Colorado countryside at the Collective Retreat located 25 miles outside of Vail. With an on-site winery and a wealth of horse riding trails, this spot nestled in the Central Rockies is ideal for those looking to both indulge and explore. (Photo via CollectiveVail, a Retreat at 4 Eagle Ranch)

4. Mount Bohemia, Mohawk, MI (from $285/night): Mount Bohemia is called an adventure resort, and they’re not exaggerating. With options including biking, hiking, paddle boarding, kayaking, fishing, star gazing, and wildlife observing (and those are just the summer activities), your days will be nature-filled and action-packed before retreating to your secluded trailside yurt. (Photo via Mount Bohemia)

5. Moonbeam Bungalows, Horse Shoe, NC (from $99/night): Quaint and located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Moonbeam bungalows (there’re only two of them, BTW) are the ultimate compromise between urban and outdoorsy. Minutes away from kayaking, hiking, and biking opportunities, they are also mere miles from Asheville, NC, where breweries, live music, and restaurants abound. (Photo via Moonbeam Bungalows)  

Eastwind New York Lushna Cabin

6. Eastwind Hotel, Windham, NY (from $129/night): Originally a bunk house for hunters and fly fisherman in the Catskills Mountains, Eastwind was remodeled earlier this year and reopened as a hotel that offers three Lusha cabins (in addition to more standard guest rooms). These Scandinavian-style A-frame houses are secluded in the woods and simple in style but big on amenities, including WiFi, firepits, and saunas. (Photo via Eastwind)

7. Sandy Pines Campground, Kennebunkport, ME (from $358/two nights): Lobster for breakfast-in-bed is about as bougie as it gets, and Sandy Pines is prepared to deliver. Aside from this amenity and the HGTV-worthy tents, the campground offers a very traditional camping experience for visitors with its general store, ice cream cart, saltwater pool, playground, kids craft tent, and more. (Photo via Sandy Pines Campground)

Autocamp Russian River

8. AutoCamp, Russian River, CA (from $180/night): AutoCamp offers both luxury tents and custom Airstream experiences in the heart of the Sonoma wine country. In the daytime, hop on one of the available bike cruisers and head to a nearby winery for a tasting. Then come back in the evening to walk by the river, relax among the redwoods, or hang out by the outdoor firepits. There are also locations in Yosemite and Santa Barbara. (Photo via Aubrie Pick/AutoCamp)

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