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9 of the Most Luxurious RV Glamping Campsites

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For some, camping can mean pitching a tent and living off the land. RV campers, however, know that camping can also include comfortable touches of home. RVs offer some aspects of glamping (glamorous camping), but there are entire campgrounds dedicated to accommodation that include deluxe amenities. If you want a lavish way to experience the great outdoors, check out RV Trader’s nine most luxurious RV glamping campsites.

1. AutoCamp in Multiple Locations

AutoCamp provides glampers with boutique accommodations in spacious tents or Airstream campers. You’ll still feel connected to the nature around you as you unwind in these iconic travel trailers, showcasing mid-century modern design elements. AutoCamp has locations on the East and West Coasts, including:

  • Joshua Tree, California
  • Russian River, California
  • Yosemite, California
  • Cape Cod, Massachusetts
  • Catskills, New York
  • Zion National Park, Utah

Each AutoCamp campsite grants access to the clubhouse lounge and general store, locally inspired meal and beverage options, as well as complimentary bikes, WiFi and coffee.

2. Flying Flags in Buellton, California

Pair your glamping experience with a glass of California red. Flying Flags is an RV resort and campground located in California’s wine country. Surrounded by lush vineyards, Flying Flags has plenty of family-friendly amenities and activities, such as on-site pools and spas, a splash zone, bocce ball courts, and an on-site restaurant.

In addition to cozy cottages and cabins, Flying Flags also has extra long, full-hookup RV sites. You can also book a stay in one of the vintage trailers or Airstreams for two, complete with air conditioning, cable TV, a mini fridge and microwave.

3. Yosemite Pines RV Resort in Groveland, California

Situated outside of Yosemite National Park, Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging boasts cabins, yurts, and RV and tent sites with breathtaking views. The premium pull-thru and back-in RV sites include full hookups and access to the resort’s petting farm, play areas, swimming pool, and nature trails.

Glampers who want an RV experience without bringing their own can book a retro 17-, 19-, or 24-foot travel trailer. These glam campers have all you need to get ready for a day at the national park, such as a shower, kitchen area and comfortable bedding.

4. The Trailer Pond in Paso Robles, California

The Trailer Pond truly offers a unique camping experience. Stay in one of the five boutique vintage trailers, parked on the shores of a private pond. Not only will you have waterfront views but also the sweeping landscape of Alta Colina’s vineyard. Campers will have full access to the Alta Colina Estate to hike the property, go bird watching, and stargaze among the vines.

Sip one of the vineyard’s award-winning wines from your refurbished trailer. These trailers are perfect for a solo camping adventure or a couple’s getaway.

5. Sandy Pines Campground in Kennebunkport, Maine

Sandy Pines Campground is situated between the beach and forest, perfect for family-friendly summer activities. Kids will be entertained with arts and crafts while the adults unwind on the pristine sands of Goose Rocks Beach.

While Sandy Pines does feature large RV sites with electric, water, and sewage hookups, you can also rent one of the luxury glamping campsites. Couples can delight in a romantic stay in a vintage fan trailer or Airstream, equipped with heat, air conditioning and fire pits, overlooking the salt marsh.

6. Hot Springs Glamp Camp in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico

Formally known as Hot Springs, Truth or Consequences is renowned as America’s most-affordable spa town. However, you’ll certainly be able to relax in one of Hot Springs Glamp Camp’s open-air mineral tubs, which you’ll have 24-hour access to.

Hot Springs Glamp Camp can accommodate RVs up to 30-feet long with full hookups, or you can let the campground take care of the glam for you. Book one of their renovated glamping travel trailers,  including a 13-foot tiny trailer. Each trailer ranges in style and accommodations.

7. Little Arrow Outdoor Resort in Townsend, Tennessee

Little Arrow Outdoor Resort is a luxury campground nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Start your days with a hike or a dip in the zero-entry pool. Other on-site amenities include sport courts, community fire pit, and planned events. 

Little Arrow’s plush accommodations, such as the RV and tent sites, tiny homes, cabins and glamping sites, are conveniently located near the Little River. Campers can also book a stay in one of the Airstreams. Both the big and little Airstream include a bathroom, kitchen, heating and air conditioning, and a paved patio with a fire pit.

8. El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas

El Cosmico is a boho hotel and campground that embraces a “sweet do nothing” lifestyle. Unplug just outside of downtown Marfa against the landscape of the high plains desert. This 21-acre campground features a communal outdoor kitchen and access to wood-fired Dutch hot tubs, bike rentals, and more.

Accommodations at El Cosmico include an eclectic micro home, Mongolian yurts, Sioux-style tepees, safari tents, and refurbished trailers. These travel trailers are decorated with furnishings collected from around the world and each is equipped with an air conditioner and heater, fridge, cooking supplies, robes, and locally made shampoo and conditioner.

9. Camp Fimfo in Texas Hill and Waco, Texas

Camp Fimfo showcases a mix of Texas charm and wanderlust with resort-style amenities and outdoor activities at two locations—Texas Hill and Waco. The Texas Hill campground offers easy access to the Guadalupe River, while Waco is along the Bosque River. Both locations boast a spacious pool and water playground, along with mini golf, hot tubs, swim-up bar, and so much more that you won’t even need to leave the campground while you’re there.

Drive your rig up to one of the Red Carpet RV sites, complete with full hookups, a concrete pad, picnic table, charcoal grill, and fire ring.

Glamping is the perfect way to experience the great outdoors with upscale touches, from lavish accommodations to the ample amenities. Whether you hit the road in your own RV or rent one of the on-site glamp campers, you certainly won’t feel like you’re “roughing it” at these RV glamping campsites.

If you’re looking for more exciting camping locales, visit RV Trader’s Summer Destinations Resource Page for summer travel locations that please every type of RV camper. And, if you’re shopping for a used or new RV for sale, begin your search on


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