20 Places To Go Glamping In Florida In 2022 – Travel2Next


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If you’re keen on outdoor activities, nature and wildlife but don’t quite want to go all the way back to basics, glamping is perfect for you. With all the benefits of camping, such as being out in the wilderness and exploring a new location, but with all the home comforts you could need, it’s a great combination for those who like a bit of luxury. Florida’s warm climate is ideal for glamping, where you can sleep in a comfortable tent under the stars.
Glamping tents, cabins and RVs are as close as you can get to a hotel while staying in the wild, with huge beds, electricity, and often even kitchens and baths. Whether you’re looking to stay on rural farmland, in a romantic treehouse or on a windswept beach, there’s an excellent choice of glamping accommodation in Florida, so if you’ve never been before, you’re in for a treat.
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Located by the stunning Lake Wales, Westgate River Ranch isn’t just glamping, it’s luxury glamping.
In your beautifully furnished private tents, not only will you get a king-sized bed, mini fridge and full bathroom, but you also have your own personal glamping concierge, morning coffee service and a golf cart.
Even if you can’t quite shell out for one of these larger tents, they have multiple accommodation options, including smaller luxury teepees and cute Conestoga Wagons.
There is no end to fun activities to do in the area either, horse-riding is a must on the ranch, but you can also go on an airboat or river cruise.
Go fishing, play minigolf, check out the air rifle range or go swimming in the pool.
3200 River Ranch Boulevard, River Ranch, FL 33867. Find out more about this property here.
If you’re looking for a way to ease into glamping that doesn’t require a tent of any kind, this cute cabin by the Suwannee River could be perfect for you.
The cabin overlooks the beautiful river and is just a short drive from Gainesville.
If you’re using it as a base to explore, you can hike, fish, swim, kayak and more in the surrounding nature.
There are also multiple freshwater springs to swim or relax in (they can be cold!).
Within the cabin, you’ll have everything you need for a comfortable stay in the wilderness – you can enjoy a coffee outside by the river or set up a barbecue or firepit if a group of you is staying for a classic evening around the campfire. 
For a more central glamping experience, to keep the city within reach, the Orlando Yurt experience is as close to a hotel as you can get while still camping.
The Yurt is 400sq/ft with a queen bed and all the amenities you could possibly need, including A/C and an outdoor shower.
There’s also a games console and Amazon Prime included if you don’t fancy leaving the tent.
Because of the location, you can combine a slice of nature with being within easy access to the city and its attractions.
Downtown Orlando and the Disney Parks are not far away, plus the airport is around 20 mins drive.
If you’re more active, the yurt also rents out city bikes and can direct you to the Orlando Urban Bike trail nearby.
1220 Susannah Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32803.
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The River Ranch RV Resort is a campground where people both take their RVs for short-term camping or rent out a lot for the long term.
Luckily for visitors, these longer-term RVs can often be booked to stay in, and this one is a beautiful place to stay.
The RV is fully stocked with everything you need, including its golf cart.
You’ll also find an outdoor swimming pool and restaurant at the resort, plus certain rentals also have hot tubs.
River Ranch Resort is a countryside experience and isn’t super close to major towns, however, it is only around a 1.5-hr drive to Orlando and the same to Lakeland if you’re planning to do a day trip.
3400 River Ranch Road, River Ranch, Fl 33867.
Fancy Camps is an authentic glamping experience and exactly what you imagine it to be – fancy boho tents with big beds and A/C.
They have multiple locations across the Florida Gulf State Parks.
Tents are pet friendly and have cosy rugs and bedding, plus firepits, fairy lights and outdoor furniture for an amazing experience that is still comfortable.
In their Topsail State Park site, you can also explore the park through their bike and kayak rentals, and they have beach chairs and a small coffee shop where you can get your caffeine hit.
The Twin Lakes Camp Resort near DeFuniak Springs is a stunning camping area for anyone with a tent or RV to enjoy, however, they also offer some luxury glamping tents for visitors.
The spacious tents have wooden floors, claw foot tubs, king sized bed and a TV, so they make a perfect base whether you’re in the area to explore or are having a romantic getaway.
Relaxing is the primary season for coming here, and enjoying the lovely lake views, however, you can also go fishing, hiking, swimming and more, plus it is a great place to stop overnight if you’re driving long-distance to Orlando, Destin or even New Orleans.
Twin Lakes Camp Resort, 580 Holley King Road, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433.
As the name might suggest, this picturesque glamping spot is right in the middle of an 8-acre oak-covered farm, and the quaint white cabin floats on the water (accessible by jetty).
Although there is little in the cabin but a bed, it has pretty white furnishings and a terrace, plus a bug net that allows you to sleep in the open air overlooking the lake.
The farm is a delight for animal lovers, with mini horses, cows and even zebras.
There is also a separate bathroom and shower, and they provide a grill and campfire so that you can cook up your dinner and enjoy a true glamping experience. 
The Griffin Ranch, although not a tent, still counts as glamping and you’ll be staying in a classic, old-fashioned wooden ranch house in the small village of Fort McCoy, about an hour’s drive from Gainesville.
The ranch has beautiful antique interiors and sits on 30 acres of land, where you can spot some native animals such as black bears, deer, alligators and bird life.
Also on and around the ranch, you can go cycling, canoeing, horseback riding and even scuba diving, so you’ll have plenty to keep you busy.
There are five cabins and a unique airstream, so you can take your pick of where to stay.
Griffin Ranch, 11932 E Hwy 316, Fort McCoy, FL 32134.
In the Hillsborough River State Park in Tampa, Timberline Glamping offers stereotypically stunning glamping tents and a range of activities in the area.
You can choose from a Bell Tent or a slightly more spacious Safari Tent.
Safari Tents have King beds plus bunk beds, coffee makers and a mini fridge, while the Bell Tents are better for couples with all the same amenities aside from bunk beds.
You’ll also get outdoor furniture such as hammocks, a table and chairs and a cooking grate if you want to spend an evening in nature.
Within the state park, you can try hiking, biking, fishing and kayaking on the rapids, but you also have Tampa, a short distance away, where you’ll find the famous Busch Gardens and lots of great eateries.
Hillsborough River State Park, 15402 US-301, Thonotosassa, FL 33592.
Coldwater Gardens is about a 45-minute drive from Pensacola and offers a huge range of eco-friendly camping and glamping options, such as eco-cottages, cabanas, treehouses and glamping tents.
The six tents overlook a pine savannah and are a short walk from the creek.
Tents have queen-sized beds, coffee machines and outdoor furniture, and a central bath house with hot showers.
The area is perfect for hiking or swimming in the creek, going kayaking, tubing or fishing and you can also go cycling if you bring your bikes.
Nearby is also a strawberry farm, horse-riding ranch and butterfly house.
7009 Creek Stone Rd, Milton, FL 32570.
Camping on the Gulf is arguably Florida’s prettiest glamping location, on Miramar beach, around a 2.5-hr drive from Tallahassee.
They have a range of accommodation, including glamping tents situated right on the beachfront, so you can wake up to the sound of the waves.
Tents have king-sized beds, bunks, bathtubs, a mini kitchen and a deck area.
You’ll have direct access to the stunning beach, plus they have a pool and the Pudgy Pineapple food truck where you can grab a bite.
The main thing to do here is enjoying the beach, whether you want to swim, surf or do water sports, before relaxing in the comfort of your tent where you can have a barbecue or enjoy the pool.
10005 Emerald Coast Pkwy W, Miramar Beach, FL 32550.
One of the unique glamping options in the state of Florida, this Treehouse is three levels, so you’ll be staying in the canopy and have a double bed, shared kitchen and separate bathroom.
The Treehouse is in a permaculture farm, surprisingly in the heart of Miami.
On the farm, you can meet pigs, emus, parrots and tortoises and fresh eggs, honey and vegetables are seasonally available.
Aside from exploring the farm, you’ll already be in the centre of the city and downtown and Miami beach are a short distance away, as are the glittering bars and restaurants and plenty of shops to explore.
Kai Hideaway is on the pretty Vero Beach, about an hour’s drive from West Palm Beach near Miami.
You’ll have more than enough beach to keep you happy here, where you’ll stay in a cute campervan hidden away in the forest.
It has everything you need for a comfortable stay, including a queen-sized bed, a fully stocked kitchen and TV, a hammock, outdoor furniture and a BBQ grill.
For anyone local to Florida, the hideaway even has space to park your boat, should you want to take it out on the nearby water.
The nearby area is a quiet neighbourhood where you can walk or cycle, but the camper is only 20 minutes from Vero Beach and the same from Sebastian, which has a variety of bars and restaurants.
In the heart of the beautiful Lake Louisa State Park, you can find a pretty white glamping tent that is perfect for spending a night or two in nature.
The tent has its own queen-sized bed, A/C, indoor seating, electricity and coffee maker.
Outside there is lots of cute furniture so you can sit around the campfire late into the evening.
There is also a separate bathhouse and space for an extra tent if you’re planning on bringing a large party.
Lake Louisa has a wealth of activities, and cycling is particularly popular.
Just a short 15-minute drive away, you can find shops and restaurants, so you won’t have to hunt for food in the wilderness.
Miss Ruby is a funk, red-striped 1965 vintage camper that comes with all the modern amenities you’d expect from glamping.
You’ll find a queen-sized bed and Roku TV, plus a mini fridge, French press and outdoor furniture.
Being on a lake makes the perfect camping spot to enjoy swimming or kayaking during the day, while in the evening, you can chill out in the hammock, set up the grill and firepit, and enjoy some dinner and company under the stars.
Located in the beautiful St. Cloud and aptly named the Treehouse in the Clouds, this is one of Florida’s most picturesque glamping spots.
Tucked away in a large tree, the house has one bedroom and one bathroom, perfect for a couple’s getaway.
There is an outdoor deck stretching around the house, where you can enjoy a morning coffee or wake up to a view over the parkland, not to mention the skylight, which lets you fall asleep with the stars overhead.
The property is rurally located on hundreds of acres of farmland, where you can see horses and go for walks, however, if you’re driving it is just south of Orlando, meaning there is also access to the theme parks.
Located in Topsail Preserve State Park in one of their campsites, Glamping 30a is on the windswept but stunning Santa Rosa beach.
Inside the 16-foot tent, you can find a queen-sized bed, heater and A/C, outdoor furniture, and a fire ring to spend an evening under the stars.
Many people come here to relax on the beach, go swimming or surfing and enjoy the outdoors, however, the beach also boasts super high dunes, and within the state park are lakes that are popular for fishing, and wetlands where you can go bird-watching.
If you’ve ever been glamping and thought a few wild animals would make it even better, then this is the place for you.
You’ll still get to stay in a classic glamping tent with a queen-sized mattress and climate control, plus a separate bathhouse and ”The Red Shed” which has a fridge, microwave and coffee machine.
There are already pots, pans and utensils which you can use on the outdoor firepit and grill.
The best part is that the tent is in an alpaca field, so you’ll wake up to these curious animals grazing outside your flap.
They also have sheep, goats, chickens and honey bees.
This is one of the coolest glamping spots in Florida, where you’ll get to sleep in a bubble dome.
The property has two bubble bedrooms and a bubble living room, with the bubbles themselves being completely clear, although they can be covered by curtains for privacy, meaning you’ll have outside views and be able to see the night sky from your bed.
The bubble also has WiFi, TV with Netflix, and outside you have a hammock, seating area and private hot tub.
It’s just a short walk or drive to lots of shops and restaurants, and Disney and Universal are 25 miles away.
In Clearwater, right on the beaches of St. Petersburg, you can not only stay in but rent and drive a classic, brightly coloured old-school campervan.
Renting a camper means stopping and staying in any location you choose, although many people stick close to the beautiful beaches.
Inside your Volkswagen, you can find a two-ring stove, two beds, and a sink and cupboard for groceries.
If you’re staying overnight, there are plenty of official camping spots in St. Petersburg and Clearwater, as well as furth up towards Tampa, where you can access showers and amenities.
Check availability in advance, as the company only has three campers for rent, called Autumn, Jasmine and Crazy Karl. 
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