7 Sensational Glamping Wedding Venues
Turn an outdoor wedding into an intimate, all-night affair at these glamping-ready venues
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Under Canvas Zion, Virgin, UT
While all seven of Under Canvas’ camps are worthy of hosting your big day, their red-rock haven on the edge of Zion National Park sets the stage perfectly. Enjoy full run of the place for two nights so your guests can get to know one another and explore the area before the big day. With beds for 120 guests and dancing space for up to 300, no one has to be left off the list. The team will also put together a custom event anywhere in the U.S. and Canada if you’d like something a little closer to home.
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Camp Navarro, Navarro, CA
If some of your best memories are from camp, you can’t go wrong with this redwood retreat. In addition to the rope swing and campfire at Camp Navarro, gourmet meals made with local ingredients and a star-lit dance floor transform the space into a hideout worthy of the occasion. Guests can book an onsite (rustic) cabin, glamping tent, tipi, Adirondack, or tent campsite to enjoy the festivities all weekend long.
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Pioneertown Motel, Pioneertown, CA
These desert digs are located just outside of Yucca Valley and Joshua Tree. Originally opened in the 1940s to house Western movie stars, Pioneertown Motel has recently been fully renovated into a comfortable, small boom-town respite. Plan your day around golden hour—the last hour of sunlight before sunset—for gorgeous, glowing shots of you and your guests. Once the stars are out, everyone can hole up in one of the 19 guest rooms or camp onsite.
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The Suttle Lodge, Deschutes National Forest, OR
Embrace the best parts of camping—quiet nights under the stars, hiking trails footsteps from bed, seemingly endless forests—with enough luxury to make grandma happy at The Suttle Lodge. Guests can hang out in the cocktail lounge or grab a pre-ceremony bite at The Boathouse before joining you in the Deschutes National Forest for a night you won’t forget. The lodge has 11 rooms for anyone wary of camping, in addition to lakeside and rustic forest cabins. Take note, the space is only available for weddings mid-September through mid-May.
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The Resort at Paws Up, Greenough, MT
From a chic, rustic ceremony to a black-tie occasion, Paws Up’s 37,000 acres of rolling hills and luxury amenities are ready to host your dream nuptials. Say “I do” at the Wedding Knoll with panoramic views of the mountains and ranch before raising a glass with your guests in the hayloft or at a candle-lit table in the field. There’s plenty of room for everyone to hide away post-ceremony in one of the resort’s six luxury glamping camps that are home to safari-style tents complete with air conditioning and heat, an ensuite bath, and a camping butler should any need arise.
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Piney River Ranch, Vail, CO
Nestled beneath the Gore Range, Piney River Ranch has gorgeous mountain and lake vistas. Up to 200 people can fill up on traditional ranch food, including meats smoked onsite. When you’re done dancing the night away in the two log pavilions, guests can rest up in a glamping tent, lakefront yurt, or rustic cabin.
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Shelter Co., Anywhere in the U.S.
Based in San Francisco, Shelter Co. will bring the glamp to you. From open-air tents that show off the view and keep the sun at bay to cozy couches and rugs to snuggle up on, they have everything you need to fully outfit any campsite or open space. Even better, they can help you plan the whole shindig from finding the venue to picking out the chairs so all you have to do is show up and celebrate.