Last updated on March 20th, 2023 at 02:39 pm
There’s no doubt that more Americans are camping than ever before. According to a recent KOA survey, 56.9 million families would camp in 2021, an increase of over 15 million households from 2019.
In addition, more than 9 million families were first-time campers in 2021. As the number of campers grows, campsites and campgrounds are expanding and opening new places to meet the demand.
Whether you’re a first-time camper or a seasoned visitor, these are the new campsite and glamping spots launching in 2023.
Glamping Sites Set to Launch in 2023
Autocamp has been creating glamping experiences that “bring high-end, boutique-style facilities, mid-century modern decor, and friendly hospitality to some of the world’s most stunning natural areas” since 2013.
It will provide glamping experiences in Zion National Park, Asheville, North Carolina, Hill Country, Texas, and Sequoia National Park in California beginning in 2023.
AutoCamp Zion is set to debut in the spring of 2023 outside of Zion National Park. Glampers may stay in a vintage 31-foot Airstream trailer, suites, or canvas tents.
Although no official opening dates have been announced, tourists may anticipate the other four venues to launch later this year.
AutoCamps are recognized for providing premium outdoor adventures with picturesque cottages snuggled into the surrounding environment, elegant facilities, and dreamlike experiences.
Moab, Utah’s ULUM Moab
Moab, Utah, will welcome a new glamping resort to the red rock area in March. A new brand named ULUM has been introduced by Under Canvas.
From March 30 through October 23, 2023, the brand is now taking bookings.
Glampers may reserve one of the 50 all-suite glamping tents, allowing easy access to Moab’s desert beauty, including Canyonlands and Arches national parks.
Red sandstone cliffs flank the campground on three sides, and you may wake up to the light illuminating the environment in warm colors.
ULUM Moab, like Under Canvas, will offer visitors adventure and leisure in stunning natural settings.
When you stay at ULUM Moab, you’ll have access to local outdoor activities like rock climbing, guided national park excursions, and seasonally-inspired eating.
Camp-Resort Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park: Carver, Massachusetts’s Cranberry Acres
In 2023, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Cranberry Acres will be expanded.
The 60-acre campground now has 83 luxury cottages, a water park, and RV and tent sites. The campsite will grow to more than 280 sites with the addition of glamping cabins.
The luxury cabins will have a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, air conditioning, heat, and outdoor facilities. There is enough for up to eight people in each cabin.
If you choose to camp rather than clamp, the RV sites have full hookups and access to a dump station, laundry, and a renovated camp shop.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Cranberry Acres is an excellent family destination. The premises have themed weekends, swimming pools, mini golf, an arcade, and a jumping pillow.
The Plymouth County campsite is very convenient to Boston and Cape Cod. The new and renovated campsite will open for the first time on April 14, 2023.
Campgrounds Will Open In 2023
Brooksville, Florida Roserush Luxurious RV Resort
Did you know that between 2022 and 2024, Florida will welcome at least eight new RV resorts? With these new campgrounds, the number of RV campsites in Florida will increase by at least 3,500.
It includes a 9.4-acre Roserush Luxury RV Park in Brooksville, Florida, which will open by the end of 2023. The RV complex has 50 Class A RV sites and 12 glamping tents.
A convenience shop, a community center, basketball courts, and a swimming pool will be available to guests.
Access to the Gulf of Mexico is nearby, as is the Croom Motorcycle Area for ATVing and dirt riding, boating activities, and ziplining adventures.
Tiger’s Path RV Park is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
The summer of 2023 will see the arrival of Louisiania’s first premier RV Resort. The Baton Rouge luxury space will be close to the L’Auberge Casino & Hotel.
There are 220 RV sites and private cottages at Tiger’s Trail RV Park. There will be 105 back-in RV spots and 115 pull-through spots.
Full connections, 30- and 50-amp power sources, Internet, and concrete pads will be available at the large sites.
If you choose a luxury site, you will have more space, parking, an improved patio and furnishings, and a fire ring.
Lofts for families are available, as well as parking, an outdoor BBQ grill, bedding, and kitchen necessities.
The hotel’s location is ideal for seeing Baton Rouge since it is close to Louisiana State University, the Baton Rouge Zoo, the Knock Knock Children’s Museum, and the Red Stick Farmers Market.
The Tiger’s Trail RV Resort is set to open later this summer, and bookings are scheduled to be taken shortly.
Salida RV Resort is located in Salida, Colorado.
The Salida RV Park, located under the imposing Collegiate Peaks, debuted earlier this year. It is a brand-new, upscale RV park on the Arkansas River near Salida, Colorado.
There are 158 RV sites available, with options for pull-through, back-in, or pull-in sites with river or mountain views.
The campground has large sites with full hookups, 30- and 50-amp electric service, and fiber-optic internet access.
The park can accommodate vehicles of various sizes and kinds, from campervans to Class A motorhomes. Salida RV Park provides year-round camping with a variety of seasonal activities nearby.
There’s something for every outdoor enthusiast, whether you want to ski at Monarch Mountain Ski Resort or whitewater raft the Royal Gorge.
Ehrenberg, Arizona’s River Sands RV Resort
Snowbirds and visitors to Quartzsite’s yearly RV fiesta will have a new luxury RV park choice in Southwestern Arizona.
The River Sands RV Park, located along the Colorado River, offers riverside beach access, more than 250 campsites, and other amenities.
A clubhouse, a fitness facility, pickleball courts, a dog park, and other amenities are available.