Resort at Paws Up is the Perfect Place to “Glamp”

- Ashley Dufek,

Want to explore the great outdoors and sleep under the stars, but can’t go without creature comforts? Welcome to the world of Glam Camping, or “Glamping”, at The Resort at Paws Up in Montana. Glamping is ideal for those who only want to sleep under ‘five stars’.

The Resort at Paws Up’s River Camp offers six riverside luxury tents perfect for Glamping. These tents are unlike anything you have ever seen before. They feature all of your creature comforts and more, including super comfortable beds with fluffy, sumptuous bedding (unlike the standard flannel sleeping bag). Tents also include all the electricity one would need, a spacious deck perfect for lounging, private master bathroom and your own personal butler (maybe to fetch the marshmallows?).

Put down the hotdogs because all guests will enjoy fabulous, world-class cuisine at The Dining Pavilion, where every meal brings new adventure. Local ingredients are featured, so the meals change just like the seasons.

The Resort at Paws up Luxury CampThe resort is nestled near Seeley Lake and the Blackfoot River making it the prime location for a variety of outdoor activities. The Resort at Paws Up offers a multitude of adventures including equestrian excursions, fly-fishing, ATV tours, shooting sports, mountain biking and much more!

What better way to relax and rejuvenate after a long day on horseback than at the resort’s Spa Town?

Discretely nestled on the edge of an expansive meadow, in the waving shade of soaring pines sits Spa Town at The Resort at Paws Up. The resort’s 11 oversized spa tents is one of the most unique spas to have ever been built.

While offering unique treatments, the spa gives new meaning to “getting lost” in the woods. With such treatments as A River Runs Thought It Wellness Massage and the Cowboy Classic Scalp Massage who wouldn’t want to get lost in this woods?

Read more about the Resort at Paws Up on their blog.

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