By Stacey Leasca
June 18, 2020

This summer belongs to the great outdoors.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, travelers are looking to take more socially distant and domestic vacations. And that translates to one thing: Camping around the United States. But don’t worry all you luxury lovers, as there are plenty of glamorous options for you, too, including a stay with Huttopia, the French glamping pioneer.

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For more than two decades, Huttopia has welcomed guests to its various glamping spots around North America. And now, the company is ready to safely welcome visitors once again two its two U.S. destinations in southern Maine and the White Mountains in New Hampshire.

Designed by co-founders Céline and Philippe Bossanne, Huttopia’s campsites are unlike anything you’ve seen before. Each one sits on at least 40 acres of lush outdoor land waiting to be explored.

Beyond the glorious outdoor beauty, the sites also come fully equipped with everything guests need to enjoy the great outdoors in style.

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At the campsites, guests can choose between renting a canvas tent or tiny cabin. Inside the tents, a kitchen area with a stove, sink, and fridge is available, along with a plush bed. In some tents, guests will even have access to a private bathroom.

In the cabins, guests will find all of those amenities plus space for even more people, making it the ideal solution for families looking to bunk together.

Best of all? The sites are already set up for social distancing, perfect for solo travelers, couples, and families wanting a bit of solitude.

Beyond the stellar rooms, guests can take part in Huttopia’s philosophy of “disconnecting from daily life” by recreating their best French memories with espresso, pastries, and homemade pizzas, all available at its on-site restaurants. Visitors can also take full advantage of the camp’s equipment, including kayaks, hiking gear, and more.

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Both Huttopia’s White Mountains and southern Maine locations are open now through October 18, 2020. For those feeling a bit more adventurous, its Sutton, Quebec, location is also open now through October 12, 2020.