There are three fire-pits total. Each is surrounded by wooden rocking chairs and benches. The Glamping Concierge, yes you get a concierge, comes by around 6:30pm and lights the fire. They provide 4 bundles of wood and will continually tend the fire until it runs out. You are more than welcome to purchase additional wood from the General Store should you want it to go on longer. On our last morning one families still had their fire going at 9am and all the kids gathered and ate s'mores for breakfast. At check-in you're given a S'mores Kit with marshmallows, chocolate, graham crackers, and roasting sticks.
Across from the bath houses is a covered pavilion with 8-10 picnic tables, fans, and lights which are kept on all night. Our tent was immediately next to the pavilion. At first we were afraid that it would be too bright and loud. However, sound was not an issue for us and the lights were the perfect amount of light to allow me to walk one of my darlings to the bathroom at 2am in the rain... oh so fun!
My older son, who is about to turn 6, made instant friends with all the other kids. We found that a lot of families were there and the kids didn't mind being away from technology for the weekend. They were running through nature, climbing trees, and creating their own adventures. The space is conducive to allowing for everything from free play, sports, whatever you might like to do.
Inside The Tents
Beyond the patio you'll find a thick canvas/vinyl enclosure that also zips completely closed. By the way, the entire tent is covered by an additional tarp-vinyl covering to prevent leaks from rain. This leads to the private bedroom portion of the tent. Inside you'll have:
- king sized bed with drawers in the base
- two twin beds that can be moved together
- tall boy dresser
- armoire with microwave, safe, and fridge (the fridge is a good size and we had plenty of space even with all the groceries we brought)
- air conditioning unit
- long mirror that swivels
- various board games
- two side tables
- paddle fan with a light
- three table/dresser top lights
- an extension cord with usb outlets
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Just Outside the Tent
Glamping Bath House
There are two buildings off to the side of the Glamping area with individual bathrooms inside. You're given a key, hotel room style, that allows you access to your own numbered door that corresponds with your tent number. This makes it easy to leave your toiletries in there without having to carry them back and forth each time you make a trip over. Each room has a shower, sink, toilet, paper towels, shampoo, soap, and toilet paper.
Every Glamping site comes with access to the Glamping Concierge. They come by frequently throughout the day to check if anyone needs their assistance. They light the nightly campfire and come back to tend it for a few hours, they can make reservations for you for various events on property, and will happily bring you almost anything you may have forgotten. Additionally, they come by each morning with a light breakfast! Hot coffee in a carafe, warm cinnamon buns, and fruit. Delivery time did vary, it came between 8am-9:45am throughout our stay. It seemed to take longer when they had more tents to serve. Our first night there we were one of two tents there. The second and third night we were one of twenty!