Mass. has one of the top glamping spots in the U.S., according to USA Today readers

It opened in April.

An Airstream trailer at AutoCamp Cape Cod in Falmouth. Matt Kisiday

Campers looking for a top-notch glamping vacation will find it in Massachusetts, according to USA Today readers.

USA Today released a list of 10 best glamping spots in America, and AutoCamp, which has a location in Falmouth, ranked No. 9. The company opened the Cape Cod location in April.

Here’s what the publication wrote about AutoCamp:

“AutoCamp offers glamping opportunities along the Russian River north of San Francisco and in Yosemite and Cape Cod. Guests can enjoy their stay in either a custom-made Airstream trailer or luxury glamping tent, which include amenities such as queen-sized beds with linens, fully equipped kitchens, walk-in showers, and decks and fire pits. “

— USA Today

Another New England glamping spot made the list, too: Sandy Pines Campground in Kennebunkport, Maine, ranked No. 3. At Sandy Pines, “guests can stay in vintage trailers, Conestoga wagons, domes, huts and glamping tents, all equipped with king or queen beds, heat and air conditioning, fire pits, outdoor dining areas,” wrote the publication.


The No. 1 glamping spot in the country is Out n’ About Treehouse Treesort in Cave Junction, Ore.

USA Today readers also named two new New England campgrounds among the 10 best campgrounds in America: Brattleboro North KOA in East Dummerston, Vermont, ranked No. 5, and Bar Harbor/Oceanside KOA Holiday in Bar Harbor, Maine, ranked No. 9. The No. 1 campground in the country is Sunbury/Columbus North KOA in Sunbury, Ohio.

The lists are part of USA Today’s 2021 10Best Reader’s Choice Awards. For the 10Best Reader’s Choice Awards lists, USA Today travel experts select 20 nominees in topics that range from food to lodging, destinations to things to do, and then ask readers to cast votes to determine the top 10.


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