The world has been modernized, bringing the newest trend when it comes to lodging sites - glamping. Many travelers are now fans of both leisure in hotels and adventurous camping. Travelers can now enjoy camping with a glam where campers will not mind getting complicated camping amenities. New England is just as scenic a place as any to go glamping. Its various glamping (glam + camping) sites already offer these amenities to all travelers, from beautiful furniture to fire-pits.

Try the following these glamping sites in New England.

10 Sandy Pines Campground, Kennebunkport, Maine

It is a family glamping site where travelers can choose their preferred accommodation – they offer cottages, huts, and tents with themes. Cottages have king-size beds, outdoor seating with fire pits, and a cooler, while huts feature a full-size bed, fire pit, and lighting, and the tents have a king-size bed, seating area, deck, and shared deck bathhouse. Sandy Pines is a family-friendly and resort-like glamping site. It features a heated saltwater pool, kids' club with playground, and volleyball courts including outdoor activities.

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9 Normandy Farms, Foxboro, Massachusetts

If looking for an ideal glamping site for the family is on top of the list, Normandy Farms can offer a lot for the campers. It is a woodsy resort-like site where travelers can enjoy various activities such as biking at their bike park, arcade, a racing track for remote cars, soccer, disc golf to horseshoes, shuffleboard, and many more. Campers have lodging options from cabins to safari tents. Other amenities include fireplaces, cable TV, and in-room Keurig machines. Take note; travelers have to bring their bedding and bath essentials.

8 Tops'l Farm, Waldoboro, Maine

With an 83-acre farm and campsite along the Medomak River in Waldoboro, Maine, camping will surely be one of the best. Tops'l Farm features different outdoor activities such as archery, ax throwing, barn bingo, stargazing, and movie nights, and travelers can even have a romantic picnic breakfast at Moody's Diner, which also offers lots of food. Guests can choose their lodging between A-frame cabins (mainly available for groups) and cabin suites with a queen-size bed.

7 Getaway Blake Brook, Epsom, New Hampshire

Consisting of 31 single-bed cabins and 12 twin-bed cabins with a heater and air-conditioner; Getaway Blake Brook is one of a kind. Amenities include private bathrooms, wireless speakers, radios, picnic tables, a fully stocked kitchen with cooking essentials, fire pits with grill grates, and grilling utensils. What most campers like about this site is that it's pet-friendly and is just an hour away from Lake Winnipesaukee, where travelers can swim, enjoy boating, and fish.

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6 AutoCamp Cape Cod, Falmouth, Massachusetts

This is one of the most luxurious campsites on this list. AutoCamp Cape Cod boasts Airstream Suites which feature queen-size beds, sleeper sofas, private bathrooms with rain showers, microwaves, mini-fridge, and private fire pits with built-in grills. Also available are luxury tents (from April to October), accessible suites, and X Suites which have the same amenities as Airstream Suites. Campers are given a chance to also socialize with each other through campfire chats, farm-to-table dinners, and yoga. Travelers can also enjoy the fresh air through biking along the Shining Sea Bikeway, where travelers can bring bikes or borrow the available bikes there.

5 Terramor Outdoor Resort, Bar Harbor, Maine

One of the newest camping sites in Bar Harbor, Terramor has 64 available tents split into five categories suitable from solo travelers to family camping. If guests prefer to enjoy the summer weather, there are available tents with outdoor showers. Into outdoor adventures? Explore hiking through the trails of Acadia National Park and explore the seaside villages of Maine. The unique feature of this glamping site is the refreshing pool, steamy hot tubs, and evening cocktails.

4 Under Canvas Acadia, Surry, Maine

Under Canvas Acadia sits in the Pattern Bay coastline with 63 spacious safari-styled tents, which feature West Elm furniture, organic toiletries with daily housekeeping, and a wood-burning stove. Guests can ask for coordinators, which helps curate the itinerary to ensure campers won't miss any activity here. It also features the dramatic scenery of sunsets and "Stargazer" tents where travelers can watch the twinkling night sky through the window above a massive king-size bed.

3 Huttopia White Mountains, Albany, New Hampshire

Surrounded by the hills of the White Mountains of every lodging, Huttopia White Mountains offers canvas tents that feature bathrooms, mattresses, appliances, and kitchen wares. They also have a wooden chalet with a mezzanine, two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, and a gas heater. Campers can choose whether to swim in the lake or soak in the heated swimming pool. Some recreational activities here are scheduled, but guests can enjoy kayaking, board games, and sports activities such as ping pong, beach volley, baseball, and many more.

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2 Birchwood Hideout, Salisbury, New Hampshire

One of the cheapest glamping sites in New England, Birchwood Hideout could still give every camper a cozy and comfortable canvas tent. It features a fire pit, outdoor seating, and firewood. It gives travelers the simplest camp, but that also means a more peaceful and more private place for every guest. If travelers prefer to have a retreat camp, this place is perfect. It is also 30 minutes away from the city of Concord.

1 Seguin Tree Dwellings, Georgetown, Maine

Seguin Tree Dwellings features minimalist modern décor of glamping lodges. From the beautiful scenery of dramatic river views, rope bridges, hot tubs in the trees, kitchen, and bathrooms to kayaks and canoes – guests will surely enjoy a minimalist camp in this location. Heaters are available for guests who visit during autumn.

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