Myers RV Center Albuquerque Blog
- 0 0Published on Aug 08, 2017
Glamping is “Glamorous Camping” and it’s a hot trend right now. We’ve found that Glamping in an RV is the perfect way to go, especially for full timers. You get all the benefits of Glamping with limited downside.
The most common ways to Glamp are RVs; but you can also glamp with tents, yurts, or cabins. Some companies set up cabins, yurts or RVs so all you have to do is show up and everything is set up and taken care of for you. Tenting and Yurts can be fun but you have to deal with setting them up and taking them down. RVs are our favorite because once you’ve set up your RV for Glamping, the only time you have to do any work is when you move locations.
You can Glamp anywhere. Many people choose to Glamp in the middle of nowhere which we’ve done. But another option is to stay at one of the many RV Resorts across the United States.
These resorts are usually in scenic areas with all the best outdoor adventure activities such as Hiking Trails, Kayaking, Basketball, a Baseball Field, Pickleball, Mini Golf, Tennis, Restaurant, Stocked Fishing Pond, Gym and so much more!
A nice lake with great fishing makes for a better Glamping experience. Docks and a boat launch really cater to the Glamping Community. You can bring your own boat or you can rent one from the campground.
It doesn't matter if it's a lake, river or ocean; if there's good fishing RVers will flock to catch the big one. Having waterfront property and having the ability to go fishing is very attractive to Glampers.
Fishing on a lake can be great but you can also strike out. A way to help the guests catch more fish is to build stocked ponds.
Most RV Resorts have some form of workout center. However, they are typically limited and it’s extremely rare to find one with a full weight gym. Most Glampers are going to want to get in their gym time before they relax by the pool.
A pool and hot tub are hot topics for Glamping. Heated pools are increasingly becoming more and more popular. Nobody wants to get into a cold pool and many RV Resorts have indoor pools for you to use year round.
Now get out and Glamp!