In Montana, the Resort at Paws Up is a 37,000-acre getaway where you can sleep in a canvas tent that’s equipped with electricity.
It costs about $595 a night for two people, but that includes all meals, and—get this—your very own camping butler!
In British Columbia, the Clayoquot Wilderness Resort is a steep $1,500 a night, but you’ll sleep in a tent with queen-sized beds and Persian rugs.
The price also includes transportation on a floatplane from Vancouver, a massage, guided activities, meals, and alcoholic beverages.
And on the more affordable end, Costanoa resort located just south of San Francisco, offers a heated tented bungalow for about $150 a night, and you can add on a massage at the spa for another $90.
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