Try something different on your next camping trip.
Conestoga Ranch sits on the northern border of Utah just below Wyoming and Idaho and enjoys majestic mountain views and recreation on Bear Lake. It’s also where you can hang up your spurs and sleep in a covered wagon. There’s room for as many as six. Couples wagons start at around $110.
Reaching up to heaven...
Wow, what a view and the night sky is amazing!
The Thorny Mountain Fire Tower in West Virginia’s Seneca State Park is one of the closest places to heaven you’ll ever find. It sits at one of the state’s highest points and one must climb 69 steep steps to get there. Relax on the catwalk; enjoy the misty taste of moonshine and drift off to sleep. Rates are a calming $75 a night.
Ruby's Inn at Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park is made up of eight large tepees with plenty of room to sit by a campfire and gaze at the night sky. No water or electricity. So bring the essentials and seven friends. At $62 a night, that’s about $8 per person.
Located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park you will find LeConte Lodge, which is a unique place to sleep for many reasons.
The lodge sits at an elevation of approximately 6,400 feet making it the highest public lodge in the eastern U.S. and it is the only permanent structure where one can sleep in the Great Smoky Mountains.
LeConte is open from March through November. Reservations fill up fast, so plan in advance. Prices are based on your meal options, which are served family style. Cabins start at $140 while lodges go for as much as $1,100.