There’s a new way to go glamping in the Columbia River Gorge, according to The Oregonian.
Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Wash., already known for its luxury treehouses, beautiful lodge rooms and wellness retreats, has announced a whole new glamping experience for guests who like their natural getaways a little more comfortable.
Housed in wood-framed safari-style tents, the glamping will be available to book starting May 2024, the lodge announced Wednesday (Feb. 7), a tantalizing opportunity for travelers who want to “immerse themselves in nature without compromising on luxury and comfort.”
Each of the tents covers 472 square feet and comes with either a king bed or two queen beds, as well as a private bathroom, fire pit and soaking tub, the lodge said. The glamping experience, which is available to book now, starts at $519 per night on off-season weekdays, rising through the summer and peaking at $1,069 per night over the Fourth of July weekend.