Spacious Glamping Tent Close to Ample Outdoor Recreation in Hyde Park, VermontHyde Park, Vermont (United States)
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· Children allowed (2-12 years old) · Pets allowed
This secluded glamping tent is nestled on 110 scenic acres in Hyde Park, Vermont, and offers a unique camping experience in the heart of nature. The spacious tent boasts an excellent location close to ample outdoor recreation, while also providing the creature comforts of home. The tent features a queen-size bunk bed which accommodates four glampers easily, as well as a dome tent for added sleeping space. There is a wood-burning stove for the cooler months of the year, and glampers can sit back with a riveting novel or bring along their own board games while the fire crackles and adds to the ambiance.
Outdoors, the deck is the perfect spot to relax on the Adirondack chairs with a mug of cocoa and simply enjoy the goodness of surrounding nature. There is a camp stove and grill for cooking up a storm, as well as a picnic table to enjoy meals. In the evening, the fire pit beckons glampers to whip out their marshmallows and roast delicious s’mores while sharing stories beneath the velvet sky.
Every tent comes with a portable camp toilet, which is a wooden box with a seat that has a bucket inside. The hosts were inspired by the bathrooms on NASA spaceships when creating these camp toilets. Before use, guests must line the bucket with a CleanWaste bag that is provided by the hosts, or a similar plastic bag. After use, the bag must be tied up and placed in the trash. Read More
- Double bed
This glamping tent combines the comforts of home with the elements of nature and provides the ideal opportunity for glampers to disconnect and enjoy easy access to outdoor recreation. Inside the tent, there is a wood-burning stove, a bunk bed, and linen and bedding. Additionally, there is a camp stove and grill, a fire pit, and a picnic table outside. Other amenities include a water carrier and an outdoor bathroom.
Every tent comes with a portable camp toilet, which is a wooden box with a seat that has a bucket inside. The hosts were inspired by the bathrooms on NASA spaceships when creating these camp toilets. Before use, guests must line the bucket with a CleanWaste bag that is provided by the hosts, or a similar plastic bag. After use, the bag must be tied up and placed in the trash.
There is a laundry service available for $35.00.
Glampers can purchase a Campfire Chef's Kit for $15.00.
Four beach towels are available for an extra $15.00.
The first bundle of firewood is free, thereafter, glampers can purchase bundles for $15.00.
Bikes are available for men and women at $25.00 per bike for a full day.
Charcoal grill available for $20.00. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This secluded safari tent is located on 110 acres of pristine wilderness in Hyde Park, Vermont, and offers a unique experience in the great outdoors. The historic village is tree-lined and sits along the banks of the Lamoille River overlooking the lush Green Mountains of Vermont. Local attractions include Mount Mansfield, Smugglers Notch, Green River Reservoir, and Cricket Hill. The town of Stowe is about 15 minutes from Hyde Park and is great for winter enthusiasts. Burlington International Airport is 45 miles away while Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is approximately 116 miles from Hyde Park. Read More
- Check-in: 12:00 p.m.
- Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- No smoking
- No parties
- As long as you cancel at least 7 days before check-in, you will receive a full refund.
- If you cancel within 7 days of check-in, you will receive a refund for 50% of the stay, minus the first night.
- If you cancel after check-in, any refund will be at the host's discretion.
- Refund does not include Glamping Hub service fee.
Additional fees may apply upon booking.
Dogs are permitted with prior approval from the host. Guests are politely asked to clean up after their four-legged friends.
Smoking is not permitted on site.
Glampers should look out for ticks, poison ivy, oak, and sumac.
Glampers are asked not to carve their names into the trees or cut down trees.
The tent should be zipped up and clean before departure and trash should be taken to the designated area. Read more