Montana Resort Launches New 'Glamping' Options


In rural Montana, luxe travelers can "rough it" in style with glamorous camping, or glamping, in safari-like tents at the Paws Up Resort, which just launched its new Moonlight Camp.

Six canvas tents (605 to 975 square feet) are located at the foot of Lewis & Clark's famous Lookout Rock, close to the Blackfoot River. Each tent has en-suite bathrooms, full beds, meals prepared by the private camp chef at the tented dining pavilion, and (we love this) a camping butler. Four of the six tents have two-bedrooms, outfitted with a king bed and two twin beds (ideal for families). The additional two tents will be one-bedroom tent suites with king beds.

Moonlight Camp at Paws Up is open seasonally through September 15. River Camp is also open through September 15 and the two other luxury camps, Creekside Camp and Pinnacle Camp, are open through September 30.

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