Fall in Love with Glamping: 7 Breathtaking Destinations

Last updated on March 11th, 2023 at 04:48 pm

Do you want to enjoy the warmth and conveniences of home while making cherished moments in the great outdoors this autumn with your favorite people? The experience for you is glamping.

Why Camp In the Autumn?

Glamping may take the form of anything from a little house buried in the woods to a canvas safari tent with a soft bed and heating for when the weather turns chilly. 

The greatest time to go camping is in the fall since it is less hectic than summer, and the environment is stunning. 

Enjoy the cool air, changing autumn foliage, and a roaring bonfire as you soak up this brief but a cherished season.

In the autumn, when many tourists have returned to their usual schedules after their summer holidays, it is often simpler to reserve campsites. 

Think of booking convenience as an added benefit for your autumn glamping trip. These are seven cozy places to go camping this autumn.

1. Durango Riverside, Durango, Colorado

Staying in one of the glamping cabins or small houses at Durango Riverside will help you get your adventure on. 

Durango Riverside is situated along the banks of the Animas River and is just a short distance off the Million Dollar Highway. Enjoy wandering around downtown Durango or going for a hike or a bike ride.

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Riverside in Durango

  • Latest paid the price: $70
  • Google Signal: 3 bars
  • Accepts bookings: yes
  • Number of locations: 73

Three riverside glamping cabins, two small houses, six rustic cabins, a bigger vacation cottage, and tent and R.V. sites are all available at this picturesque park. 

Take the chance to ride the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad at the height of the autumn foliage in the region. 

The railroad’s steam and diesel engines have transported passengers over the picturesque San Juan Mountains since 1882.

Read: 15+ Amazing 12v Portable Oven Recipes for Camping

2. Idleyld Park, Oregon’s Umpqua’s Last Resort

Staying at Umpqua’s Last Resort allows you to explore the untamed surroundings of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains. 

Umpqua’s Last Resort offers luxurious glamping tents, cabin rentals, and campsites for tents and R.V.s along the North Umpqua River’s coast.

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Last resort, Umpqua

  • Latest paid the price: $50
  • Accepts bookings: yes
  • Number of locations: 15

Visit neighboring Crater Lake for a day excursion, or remain closer to home and explore some of the hiking trails and waterfalls in the area.

The Umpqua Hot Pools, a network of manmade hot springs set on ledges above the river, is a great place to relax in the afternoon.

3. The Campground At Greeter Falls In Altamont, Tennessee

Greeter Falls Campsite, which has received five stars, is ideal for a getaway this autumn. 

When you settle into one of the five prepared canvas tents in the campground’s yurt-style, each one comes replete with a sleeping space, Adirondack chairs, a table, a power cord, and an LED lamp. 

Even your pet is welcome at Greeter Falls, which has a fenced-in dog park.

Greeter Falls (Tennessee) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go
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Campsite at Greeter Falls

  • Latest paid the price: $39
  • The longest recorded R.V.: 32 feet
  • Google Signal: 3 bars
  • Accepts bookings: yes
  • Number of locations: 31

The Greeter Falls Trail, a 1-mile circular trail that passes three waterfalls and has a swimming hole for warm days, is easily accessible from Greeter Falls Campsite. 

Plan your trip for late October, when the local foliage is at its best.

Read: 15 Best Camping spots we found in North Carolina

4. Georgia’s Shady Grove Campsite, Cumming

Check out Timberline Glamping’s comfortable sites in Shady Grove Campground, 40 miles north of Atlanta. 

This glamping site has stunning views of Lake Lanier and is the perfect place to launch a kayak or stand-up paddleboard and take in the autumnal scenery. 

Charleston Park, a local park, has 5 miles of loop paths for hikers and mountain bikers.

Try This Glampground Getaway At Shady Grove In Georgia
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Campground Shady Grove

  • Latest paid the price: $28
  • The AT&T Signal: 3 bars
  • Google Signal: 4 bars
  • Accepts bookings: yes
  • Number of locations: 94
  • Seasonally open: Mid-March – Oct.

After working up an appetite:

  • Visit one of the numerous restaurants in the area.
  • Light a campfire.
  • Cap the night with s’mores beneath the stars.

Several dining options surround Shady Grove.

Read: Portable Gas Stoves/Ovens Combos for Indoors Camping Guide 2023

5. Freeport, Maine’s Desert of Maine

In the Desert of Maine, 20 acres of dunes concealed in Maine’s deep woodland amaze and excite guests of all ages. There is something for everyone. 

This tourist location is accessible by day (May to October), but you can go further by spending the night in one of the A-frame cabins or glamping tents on site.

The Desert of Maine: Maine's Unlikely Mini Desert - Unusual Places
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Maine’s arid region

  • Latest paid the price: $45
  • Google Signal: 3 bars
  • Accepts bookings: Unknown
  • Number of locations: 27
  • Seasonally open: May – October 31

Spend your nights resting in a forest and your days exploring the hiking trails, mini golf course, historical monuments, and kid-friendly natural playground in the Desert of Maine. 

Go to Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park or the L.L. Bean headquarters store in neighboring Freeport if you feel like venturing farther.

6. Flagstaff, Arizona’s Grand Canyon Oasis RV Resort & Campground

Glamping is implied in the name of this family-run campsite next to the east entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park. 

Plan a stay in the Stargazer Tiny House, a pet-friendly glamping option, at Grand Canyon Oasis RV Park & Campground. 

It can accommodate up to seven people. It also contains a separate toilet, shower, and kitchen for making excellent meals.

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R.V. resort and camping grounds in Grand Canyon Oasis

  • Latest paid the price: $68
  • Google Signal: 1 bar
  • Accepts bookings: yes

Experience the peaceful splendor of the Grand Canyon in the autumn when the people have subsided, and the weather is ideal for South Rim motorcycling and hiking. 

Flagstaff, which offers more urban activities, is a 20-minute drive away.

Read: Insane Camping Gears for a Memorable Experience

7. Twin Lakes Camp Resort near Florida’s Defuniak Springs

Twin Lakes Camp Resort, a campground with glamping tents, cabin suites, small houses, and R.V. sites, is situated on Florida’s panhandle and between two lakes. 

With a five-star rating and a Campendium Campers Choice Award, this campsite.

Twin Lakes Camp Resort - Always Be Campin'
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Resort at Twin Lakes Camp

  • Latest paid the price: $63
  • The AT&T Signal: 4 bars
  • Google Signal: 4 bars
  • Accepts bookings: Yes
  • Number of locations: 55

Twin Lakes Camp Resort is a great place to unwind while enjoying the colder autumn weather. 

Still, if you’re looking for more activity, Kings Lake and Holly Lake also provide plenty of boating, paddling, and fishing options.




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