Glamping Sites to Visit in 2013: Day 13 of 15

Now that you’ve read my book, Glamping with MaryJane, you need to find a fabulous place to get your campin’ glam on.

We’re back for a 13th day of where to glamp in 2013, or well, 2014.

Enjoy the parts about camping you love—sitting under the stars, a campfire, hiking—but eliminate the hassle of hauling gear, tent poles, or even a trailer!

Now I know what you are thinking … why, those tents look like The Resort at Paws Up! Indeed they do, but you’ll stay for a fraction of the cost. Read on for s’more glamping fun in the heart of Jackson Hole.

Fireside Resort at Jackson Hole Campground
Wyoming

The Fireside Resort at Jackson Hole Campground has a wonderful look and feel and is located in Wilson, Wyoming.

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Gorgeous, soft beds and a private setting await you or your family for a weekend of “back to nature” … with style.

Refresh yourself in the Glamping Bathhouse with private washrooms. Enjoy a luxurious rain shower and heated floors, and indulge in the organic spa products.

Need anything at camp? Out of marshmallows or chocolate? A Glamping Butler will attend to your every whim and whimsy.

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Located only eight minutes from Grand Teton National Park, one hour and 10 minutes from Yellowstone, seven minutes from the town of Jackson, and five from Wilson, there is plenty to see and do around the area.

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You’re also a cool five minutes from the ski slopes at Teton Village. Summer activities include riding the tram or chairlift, leisure biking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and paragliding. (There are also a variety of kids’ programs.) Here is a larger list of activities.

Leave a comment 4 Comments

  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Ohh, I wish I had know this when we were visiting the Grand Tetons!! We stayed at the Teton Village which was a fabulous ski resort but this glamping place would have been way more fun! The Tetons are just so majestic and beautiful. What a perfect setting for such a unique place to visit and stay.

    • MaryJane says:

      I spent a summer and fall building a buck & pole fence for the Forest Service in the shadow of the Tetons. Stunning beauty everywhere I looked. I’ll never forget the Teton’s rare beauty.

      • Winnie Nielsen says:

        Wow, what a place to spend time! The whole area is just breathtaking. We enjoyed a boat trip on the river and saw so many eagles. I am so happy that I was able to do the west trip this summer and see these majestic mountains and Yellowstone!

  2. Nice post and a beautiful area! We’ve got some nice camps, too. Checkout http://www.wanderlustcamps.com for more information!

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