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Moose Meadow Lodge and Treehouse, Vermont

Glamping has become the popular style of camping among tourists as of late, yet glamping can be traced back to the 16th century. The Scottish Earl of Atholl prepared a spectacular glamping experience in the Highlands for the visiting King James V and his mother. Here, the Duke raised lavish tents and filled them with all the provisions of his own home palace. Probably the most excessive case of glamping in history was the Field of the Cloth of Gold, a diplomatic summit in northern France in 1520 between Henry VIII of England and Francis I of France. Some 2,800 tents and marquees were erected, and fountains overflowed with red wine.

If old fashioned camping seems a little rustic for your taste, then glamping might be the solution. Experience all the wonders of nature without wondering when your next shower will be. Check out these mind-blowing glamping destinations across the eastern U.S. and reconnect with the posher side of Mother Nature.

Moose Meadow Lodge and Treehouse, Vermont

Nestled on 86 secluded acres in the Green Mountains, the Adirondack style Moose Meadow Lodge in Waterbury, Vermont invites you to enjoy a Vermont lodge experience. Make yourselves at home and enjoy the peace and serenity of our secluded property. With four luxury guest rooms and a magical treehouse, the property provides mountain views, a hot tub, hiking trails, a trout pond, and the Sky Loft - a glass-enclosed gazebo at the highest point of the property with unparalleled panoramic views.

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