Let’s Go Glamping!

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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park in Oljato, Arizona

Who else has a serious case of wanderlust? We worked with NYC Private Shopping Tour to showcase the best glamping locations so all you have to do is hit the open road with a sense of adventure.

First stop: Picking up your airstream rental for traveling in style. The Airstream is a classic and is hands down the most elegant RV ever made. And they are surprisingly easy to rent. Choose from DIY adventure where you rent with a tow vehicle, or have them meet you at the campsite of your choice.

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Then, head to the land of the giants trees and canyons at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. An international biosphere reserve, with bighorn sheep, bears and the cutest alpine chipmunks and many other species. The giant sequoias can grow to 30 feet wide and 250 feet tall. And the The foxtail pine (shown) is found between 7,500 and 11,500 feet. Hike in the canyons, go native, visit caves or ride a horse. Unwind at the Sequoia RV Ranch, with it’s own swimming hole.

You think only movie stars can retreat to Malibu? Think again. Why not visit Malibu Creek Park up in the canyons and Leo Carrillo Park along the Pacific Coast Highway. Sunbath, swim, stroll on the sand, hike in the canyons, bike or ride horses. Get in touch with nature in style. Malibu Beach RV Park is the place to stay.

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Now pack! Bring along easy things that can mix and match. Like a clever towels strap, backpack, cover-up that can easily double as a blouse and a bathing suit that takes the plunge into the ombre-meets-tie dye trend for summer.

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