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New York glamping: What you need to know
Go glamping in New York
New York is situated in the northeastern part of the United States. With six other states bordering this part of the US, there are plenty of amazing things to do and see when deciding on a glamping trip here.
Although the state is mainly known for its bustling New York city, there are many natural outdoor places waiting to be explored. The area is brimming with parks, mountains, waterfalls, caves, and much more, providing the perfect place to enjoy a vacation full of adventure.
Whether you’re looking to make the most of some time by a pretty beach, a secluded break in a magical woodland, or a cozy cabin in the hills, there is something for everyone in New York. Keep reading to learn more about an exciting break in this beautiful part of the United States.
Things to Do Outdoors in New York
There are several parts of this stunning state that are yet to be explored. From mighty peaks to lush parks, you will find something for everyone in New York. Spend some time in the great outdoors as you wander through its neverending nature.
Hike the Adirondack Mountains, take a dip in New York lakes, or pack your skis to tackle the slopes here. Whatever type of outdoor adventure you’re looking for, New York won’t disappoint. What's more, after you have spent some time exploring the stunning landscapes, head back to your cosy glamping accommodation to truly relax and unwind in utter seclusion
Best Tourist Attractions outside of New York City
When you think about a vacation in New York, the attractions in the city usually come to mind. While these are certainly worth exploring, there are many other special sites that you should check out.
Take a trip to the renowned Niagara Falls in Canada and watch as the cascades plummet into the pools below. Visit the Finger Lakes where you will find 11 impressive lakes all offering activities such as fishing, boating, and more. After you have spent some time wandering the water at Finger Lakes, spend some time in the wineries and enjoy tasting the many wines on offer, all while you sit back and relax.
There are many more things to do and see around New York, however, it can be hard to name them all. The best way to ensure you get the most out of your time here is to first decide where you want to stay and then search for attractions around that area. No matter where you decide to go, you will find a place brimming with natural beauty and intriguing scenery at every twist and turn.
What is the weather like in New York?
The state has four distinct seasons, meaning you get a unique visit to New York when traveling here at different times throughout the year. Enjoy warm temperatures of up to 90° Fahrenheit during summer. This is the perfect time to make the most out of the stunning sandy shores. The colder temperatures during winter allow for excellent snowy activities such as skiing. Fall is perfect for those hoping to make the most out of the beautiful colors coating the landscapes as the leaves start to drop. Finally, a trip to New York in spring provides a magical setting as flowers start to bloom and the sun shines bright across the state.
No matter what time of year you choose to visit, you will find something for all in New York
Can I go luxury camping in New York?
A glamping trip in New York offers the ultimate luxury. Whether you choose to stay in a cabin, yurt, treehouse, or one of our many other types of accommodation, you will find somewhere to suit a range of needs. With spas, indoor and outdoor pools, log burners, saunas, plus many more luxuries, this is the ultimate place to fully unwind.
Can I stay in a pet-friendly rental in New York?
There are many pet-friendly places to stay in New York. This provides an ideal way to explore the great outdoors with your four-legged friend. With surrounding nature, hiking trails and many more adventures to be had, many glamping fans choose to travel with their canine companions.