Tomorrow, Netflix will premiere Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp with nearly the entire cast of 2001’s cult classic film returning to Camp Firewood for the eight episode series. Between watching Elizabeth Banks, Amy Poehler, and Marguerite Moreau make lakeside rounds in ringer tees and braids, and the Instagrams documenting the U.K.’s glamping-centric Wilderness festival that will inevitably fill our feeds next month, we’ve become rightly nostalgic for our own camping days. Luckily, there are a number of cabins, tents, yurts, and airstreams across the country that address our more grown-up needs: Think horseback riding, massages, and personal chefs in place of the swimming buddies and talent shows of yesteryear. Here, four beauty-centric glamping retreats that prove getting in touch with nature doesn’t mean forgoing electricity—and the beauty products we’ll be taking with us.
Those who truly want to get away from it all can make like Donald Judd and decamp to the vast desert of West Texas’s Marfa, where this 21-acre site of Beyoncé-approved airstreams, safari tents, tepees, and yurts will become the backdrop for your mental and physical rejuvenation. In between biking to Judd’s art-filled airplane hangars, which put the town on the pilgrimage-worthy map in the seventies, and concerts at the nearby Ballroom Marfa, campers can lounge in hammock groves and soak in wood-fired hot tubs under the big Texas sky. Leave your dopp kit behind—El Cosmico’s store carries locally made soap, organic beauty products, and its own line of face oil, body oil, and perfume.
802 S Highland Ave
Canvas yurts with skylights and private decks dot the precipitous cliffs of Big Sur. But Treebones’s guests can take in the uninterrupted ocean views from the property’s heated pool and hot tub, tree-branch-crafted “nest,” and farm-to-table restaurant, which sources produce straight from its on-site organic garden. Head out for a calorie torching hike and kayak session, and call ahead to have your in-room masseuse waiting for your return. Yoga can wait until tomorrow.
71895 Highway 1
Big Sur, CA
THE RESORT AT PAWS UP
Nightly bonfires and safari-style luxury tents (with heat, air conditioning, and electricity) set the tone at this Montana getaway, nestled at the junction of the Blackfoot River and Elk Creek. The 37,000-acre ranch and resort will reward your days spent fly fishing, practicing yoga, and riding horses amidst the Rocky Mountains with a restorative soak in your in-room copper tub or a detoxifying body wrap and shiatsu massage at the glampsite’s own “spa town.” Better yet, each tent comes equipped with its own butler and chef, meaning that your energy can be saved for tomorrow’s activities.
40060 Paws Up Road
URBAN COWBOY BNB
Manhattanites need only cross the Williamsburg Bridge for a little rustic charm. The neighborhood plays host to a log cabin that marries the best of the country and the city: A vintage wood-burning potbelly stove neighbors a clawfoot tub surrounded by white subway tiles and a raw wooden sauna offers retreat before heading to dinner at one of the neighborhood’s charming restaurants. Sleeping in a rough-hewn wood frame bed means you won’t have to skip your Brooklyn Body Burn class in the morning. Before leaving, stock up on local beauty treasures, from the curated selection of lipsticks and cheek tints at Catbird’s jewel box boutique to SW Basics’ eco-minded transformative hibiscus face mask.
111 Powers Street
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