Glamping is defined as a combination of the words glamor and camping. This high amenity approach to rustic camping has been growing in recent years. It can be found at some of the most desirous camping spots in the world. Now Michigan Glamping has come to Caseville at Sleeper State Park.
While researching the 7 Little Secrets of Michigan’s Sleeper State Park we discovered that the camping outfitter, Tentrr had set up 15 secluded glamping sites. Each has a large platformed walled canvas tent containing a queen-sized cot or bunk bed, and a wood stove.
Each glamping camp at the park is supplied with tables, benches, Adirondack chairs, and a campsite fire pit. There are an on-site water supply and a sun shower provided to round out the other amenities to make for an extremely comfortable outdoor experience. Guests need only bring your own food, firewood, and bedding. There is a selection of 15 secluded wooded sites, and two beachside camps.
The glamping experience is new to Michigan’s Albert E. Sleeper State Park and Highland Recreation Area starting the summer of 2020. More information about the Sleeper-Safari Tent program is on their website.
Michigan Glamping With Tentrr?
Tentrr doesn’t do campgrounds. They partner with private landowners in 29 states across the country to set up large canvas tents on their properties.
Tentrr builds fully-equipped individual campsites in large and remote areas. Ordering your next tentrr experience from the image link above, and Thumbwind will receive a small commission.