Unusual Hotels – Glamping in Montana USA

Glamping, the art of camping in total luxury. Think of Harry Potters Tent which, with the wave of a wand, transformed itself into a spacious home for 6. The Tents at Pinnacle are one or two bedrooms, each with full bathroom and awesome views over the river.

What is luxury camping at Paws Up?

The beauty of luxury camping at Paws Up is that it bridges the divide between the authentic experience of communing with nature, and adult desires for amenities and comfort. Each safari-like tent features fine linens, The Last Best Bed®, chic rustic furnishings, a private master bathroom, cooling fans, heat and, most importantly, a skilled camp chef and a highly attentive camping butler at your beck and call. Guests at our camps can participate in all activities and are encouraged to experience everything Montana’s only 37,000-acre luxury ranch resort has to offer.

Creekside Camp

Luxury Camp Featuring One- and Two-Bedroom Tents/270-530 Square Feet

Creekside Camp is the newest, and most glamping experience at Paws Up featuring six tents nestled on the banks of Elk Creek. Tents feature en-suite bathrooms, king beds, art on the walls, wood flooring, and more. Creekside Camp features a grand dining pavilion with stunning round-stone fireplace, a camping butler, and a location that will frequently remind you that you’re in The Last Best Place. Prices start from $1,235 for a double bedroom tent, full board.

Pinnacle Creek

Luxury Camp Featuring One- and Two-Bedroom Tents/565-1,029 Square Feet
The newest and most luxurious camp at Paws Up Pinnacle Camp will be located on a bluff overlooking the confluence of the Blackfoot River and Elk Creek: one of the most breathtaking locations on our 37,000 acres. This luxury camping experience will feature six large tent suites with spacious en-suite bathrooms, a plush dining pavilion, and a myriad of luxury resort amenities.

It’s Montana glamping and it doesn’t get any better. Glamping available May to October rates for a double bedroom start from $1,333 per night and full board.

Paws Up

A Montana resort that offers an up close and personal Montana experience coupled with pure luxury. Surrounded by endless forests, intersected by 10 miles of the Blackfoot River, and nestled under the biggest sky you’ve ever seen, Paws Up is a 37,000-acre canvas of picture-perfect Montana that you won’t experience at any other Montana resorts.

Activities

The list of Summer activities is amazing:  Horses: horseriding, cattle rodeo, ponies, chuck wagon tours: Discovering:  quads, mountain bikes, Fishing: every kind of  wild river fly fishing available; Watersports: , rafting, canoeing, kayak,canyoning, Shooting sports:  archery, 12bore claypigeon shooting, paint balling; Golf: Both traditional and non; Children: A new activity every day. In fact there is the possibility of practicing almost every sport one could wish for, not forgetting flying over the magnificent Montana Landscape in a Balloon.

For more information www.pawsup.com

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