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From luxury tent-camping to glacier hiking, here are the best ways to have fun in the Western wilderness

4 more luxury camping resorts
Photo by Thomas J. Story; written by Steve Casimiro and Peter Fish

4 more luxury camping resorts

• Horseshoes, volleyball, fireside card games, 3 lakes, 82 acres of woods—in Washington, San Juan Island’s Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes is the summer camp you always wished for. From $149, including breakfast; lakedale.com

• In Sequoia National Monument—next door to the national park—Sequoia High Sierra Camp gives you 36 canvas bungalows set on a Sierra mountainside, with ample hiking and fly-fishing ops nearby. Great food too. $250, including meals; opens Jun 15; sequoiahighsierracamp.com

• Idaho’s serene Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast has 3 tents (each with queen bed, woodstove, and adjacent kitchen) on 52 acres near Clark Fork. $125, including breakfast; huckleberrytentandbreakfast.com

• At Rockwater Secret Cove Resort (pictured), “tenthouse” suites—with king-size beds and tubs for two—perch on B.C.’s Sunshine Coast. The resort spa takes advantage of the scenery too–you get your massage on a platform overlooking the Pacific. From $341 U.S.; rockwatersecretcoveresort.com

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