We can’t wait to make life long memories with you.
Glamping is all about the ‘experience’. It’s about getting back to nature without getting back to basics. At Timberline Glamping, you won’t be sleeping on the floor in a hot tent.
We’re all About Comfort
There’s an accommodation type for everyone. From large safari tents and cozy bell tents to Retro RV’s, we have something that can appease the fanciest traveler.
Ready to experience Timberline Glamping?
Whether it’s a weekend get-away with your significant other, a family experience to make memories with your kids, or a group outing with your best buds, we can’t wait to host you and your party!
Glamping is a new way to spend time Outside!
We believe that spending time in the great outdoors is great for your health, both physically and mentally. It’s time you get to do it in style and leave the hard work to us. When you arrive you will show up to beautiful tent with an amazingly comfortable bed and the softest bedding you can ask for. Air Conditioning in the hotter months and Heating in the cooler months! Each site comes with two hammocks, string lights, a fire pit and a charcoal grill. Although we do not provide Wi-Fi, the cell phone signal is strong enough to Hotspot and connect if the need arises.
Air conditioning / Heater
Beautiful home decor
Electrical outlets to charge your devices
Choose Your Location. Pick Your Add-Ons
Experience the natural beauty of Fall in wine country
Visit The Bay Area’s Top-Rated Glamping Destination
Welcome, and thanks for finding us!
Wildhaven Sonoma® provides an elevated outdoor lodging experience in the heart of Sonoma wine country.
Our glamping tents offer a unique blend of nature and comfort that help you recharge mind and body, reconnect with loved ones, and rediscover your love for nature.
See why we’re the Bay Area’s top-rated glamping destination by reading more below or booking a tent cabin.
Wildhaven’s glamping experience was designed to provide guests with comfort, warmth, and cleanliness, while still maintaining a close connection to Sonoma County’s stunning natural beauty.
Our extra-large, safari-style tent cabins feature comfortable beds with linens, electricity & heaters, and all the furnishings you need for a memorable night outdoors.
Your stay at Wildhaven includes more than just a spacious and comfortable tent cabin.
Our 10-acre riverfront property includes clean bathrooms & showers, an outdoor kitchen, private river access & beaches, open spaces & views, a store with local treats, private event space, yoga classes, wine tasting, and live music.
We’re located on the Russian River in Sonoma County’s famous Alexander Valley wine region, 20 minutes from 200+ wineries.
Popular destinations are close by:
Santa Rosa___20 mins
Calistoga (Napa Co.)___27 mins
Ocean (Jenner)___53 mins
City of Sonoma___55 mins
San Francisco___75 mins
Our location makes it easy to experience the following activities:
Wine: Visit 425+ wineries in Sonoma County (view recommendations & discounts)
Water: Swim/float/kayak in the Russian River, or rent a boat & explore Lake Sonoma
Dining: Sample the many farm-to-table dining spots that give Sonoma its amazing culinary diversity
Hiking: Explore family-friendly hikes in Healdsburg with vineyard/mountain views and redwood groves
Biking: Take a cruiser bike 1 mile to tasting rooms, or road bike through Alexander Valley
Fishing: Cast away right from our property to find bass, steelhead, trout, and catfish
Horseback Riding: Ride through the vineyards of Alexander Valley or scenic trails high above Lake Sonoma
Towns: Soak in the flavor of quaint towns such as Healdsburg, Geyserville, Guerneville, Jenner, and Calistoga
On the fence about glamping? Check out this 3-minute video from Sacramento’s FOX40, filmed in August 2021:
Safari Glamping Tents
Our Safari Tents put the GLAMP in glamping. Each luxurious 16'x20' canvas tent is equipped with a king sized bed, 2 twin beds, a small refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave, half bath (Showers can be taken in our bath house), 8 foot deck, outside charcoal grill, picnic table, fire ring, AC and heat. Sleeps 4. No pets in glamping tents.
- Sleeps 4
- No Pets Allowed
- Covered Deck
CAMPSITE MAPBOOK NOW
|King Bed (Linens and pillows are provided!)||Twin Bunk Beds (Linens and pillows are provided!)|
|Half Bath||Coffee Maker|
|Microwave Oven||4.5 cubic foot refrigerator|
|Covered Deck||Charcoal Grill|
|Fire Ring||Picnic Table|
|Adirondack Chairs||Air Conditioner|
What to Bring...
- Toiletries (Articles used in washing and taking care of one's body, such as soap, shampoo, and toothpaste.)
- Toilet Paper, Paper Towels & Napkins
- Paper Plates, Plastic Silverware
- Trash Bags
- Food, Water and other drinks
- Coffee and Coffee Filters and/or Tea Bags
- Your Favorite Cooking Appliances/Crock Pot
- Charcoal and Lighter fluid
- Beach Chairs (If going to the shore)
- Bicycles (Bicycles Also Available for Rent)
- Bathing Suits, Towels and Clothes
- .25 Cents for Showers
Deposits, Special Requirements...
- Review and Sign Rental Agreement & Campground Rules at check-in
- $250 Security Deposit
- $20 Rental Key & $10 Gate Card Deposit at check in
- Absolutely No Smoking in the Glamping Tent.
- No pets in the Glamping Tent.
- Must be 25+ Years of Age to rent rental units. This person must also stay in the rental unit; CAN NOT rent for someone under the age of 25.
- For more information please contact the office at (877) 494-6559
Please note: Interiors and exteriors may vary and content of rental is subject to change. When making a reservation, although we do our best to accommodate all requests, we cannot guarantee site selections. Your confirmed reservation will guarantee you a spot, not necessarily a specific site.
APPLING, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - It’s growth in Columbia County that keeps drawing businesses to the area.
One company is trying to make its way to Wildwood Park in Appling. The owners promise fun for the family regardless if they like the outdoors or not.
Maybe the idea of camping sounds great in theory, but sleeping on the hard ground or not having access to that morning cup of coffee just doesn’t sound appealing. What if you could enjoy the great outdoors while sleeping in a comfy bed, with access to air conditioning, electricity and a fridge?
Well, you can, and it’s called glamping.
“It’s enjoying the outdoors, but without sacrificing comfort, luxury, and style,” said Rebeka Self, co-owner of Georgia Glamping.
Nathan and Rebeka Self’s company has been pretty successful this year.
“We’ve been booked at 100 percent both weeknights and weekends since May 1,” Nathan said.
“We really found that most families have one person that loves the outdoors and one person that wants to be out there but just wants to be a little more comfortable,” Rebeka said.
And what better place to expand a business than in the county that boasts the number one place to live in America?
“We’ve always thought Columbia County is prime for growth,” Nathan said. “We see the things that are happening in your county, different agencies moving there, we really believe that it’s an up and coming part of the state.”
Each tent is equipped with a real bed, a mini-fridge, a coffee machine, and -- would it really be glamping without electricity, heating and air?
Georgia Glamping says prices for their campsites range from $134 to $189 per night.
“We’ve just gotten a lot of people outdoors that might never want to go camping,” Rebeka said.
The company plans to take over four campsites at the park.
But Shelly Blackburn with the county’s Convention and Visitors Bureau says people who enjoy typical camping shouldn’t have to worry about glampers taking their spots.
“They actually developed a few new campsites for this purpose and they opened up some that had been closed previously,” Blackburn said.
From an economic standpoint, the projections don’t look bad either.
“I think that we’re going to have people coming in from all over the southeast to experience it and we know when they come to town, they spend money here,” Blackburn said.
The one thing Georgia Glamping says they can’t promise is that there won’t be any bugs.
Georgia Glamping still has to get final approval at the next county commission meeting on Oct. 6 before their year-long lease at Wildwood Park is official.
The Corps of Engineers has to approve the contract as well.
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Located in WILDWOOD park in APPLING, GA
From the moment we knew there was a possibility of Georgia Glamping coming to beautiful Columbia County near Augusta, we knew Wildwood Campground is where we wanted to be. A calm 75-acre park offers access to the 72,000-acre Clarks Hill Lake, which has the area's best spots for fishing and boating activities.
Wildwood Park hosts multiple fishing tournaments each year, from local and regional, to larger tournaments for ESPN Bassmasters, American Bass Anglers, FLW, BFL, and Georgia Bass Federation. The park also is home to the International Disc Golf Center.
Choose to relax on your glamping site with included amenities like a wood firepit, hammocks, and picnic tables. Or take part in recreation opportunities like paddle boarding, kayaking, boating and swimming. Take your family or friends on a scenic hike on the historic Bartram Trail.
WILDWOOD park AMENITIES include:
A beach and swim area
Restrooms and showers
Disc Golf Championship Course
To customize your experience even further, check out our list of add-ons!
3780 Dogwood Lane
Appling, Georgia 30802
Timberline Glamping At Clarks Hill Lake
At our Clarks Hill Lake location, we will offer three different sizes of Safari Tents. Combining luxury and the outdoors, our completely furnished Safari Tents gives large families or friends the extra space they need to camp in comfort.
Coming standard in the Deluxe Safari tents:
2 bunk beds
Rugs and lamps
Electrical outlets to charge your devices
A/C & heating units.
Coming standard in the Double Safari tents:
2 Queen Beds
Rugs and lamps
Electrical outlets to charge your devices
A/C & Heating units
Coming standard in the Standard Safari tents:
One Bunk Bed
Rugs and lamps
Electrical outlets to charge your devices
A/C & heating units
Your campsite will include 2 hammocks, a wood fire ring, charcoal grill with cooking grate, and a picnic table.
Weeknights: $149/night + $55 cleaning fee + tax
Weekends: $189/night + $55 cleaning fee + tax
2021 Reservations for
TimberlineGlamping @ Clarks hill Lake
are now open!
A most fitting way to begin exploring again
We are pleased to announce the reopening of our tent cabins. While you’ll find that the redwoods have remained the same, and that our safari-style accommodations are as luxurious as ever, we do need to let you know about some notable changes to the glamping experience—all made with your well-being in mind.
In accordance with social distancing guidelines, Ventana Big Sur hotel guests and Ventana Glamping guests will now enjoy distinct areas on the property. The resort grounds including swimming pools, fitness studios and dining facilities are now reserved exclusively for resort guests. Glamping guests will not have access to the resort and will no longer be subject to a resort fee. In addition, we are happy to announce a menu of enhancement packages that feature coolers, s'mores ingredients, and more! Please click here for all the details.
We’re all looking for places that fire our imagination, places that call to us. The places that put things into perspective, but at the same time, have the power to change our perspective entirely. Big Sur is one of those places.
Sleep deeply on a custom-designed mattress and premium linens in your safari-style canvas tent. Marvel at the views of a 20-acre canyon. Light up the fire pit, make s'mores and tell stories—or just let the landscape do all the talking.
It's a luxury camping experience, a more refined way to connect with the outdoors and experience the full splendor of Big Sur.
Glamping Location and Details
- Check-in: 4 p.m.
- Check out: 11 a.m.
- Cancellation policy: Notice 72 hours prior to arrival is required to receive a refund.
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Wildwood State Park Camping & Glamping
Did you know that Wildwood State Park camping and glamping season has finally started!! Does the sound of it make your heartbeat go faster? If it doesn’t, perhaps you need to read the words again. Wildwood State Park is open for camping and glamping right now, and you have until October 30th to enjoy its natural environment and the peace of mind camping grants you. And if there is ever a time when you need the camping to do its magic, it’s definitely after a year full of COVID-19 and being stuck in your home.
Does your heart beat faster now that you realize what the campground has to offer you? Still no because you don’t like sleeping in a tent and being away from civilization? Then just continue reading about Wildwood State Park and its camping conditions, and you’ll see that you have nothing to worry about.
Camping at Wildwood State Park has turned towards the luxury side since 2018. The campground was one of the first state parks to offer indoor accommodations. Their cottages, with the cedar shingles and metal roofs, look humble yet homey on the outside, and the interior design makes the cabins appear warm and cozy because of the unfinished natural wood.
There are 1-bedroom (for up to 4 people) and 2-bedroom (for up to 6 people) cottages, but all of them feature a kitchenette, bathroom, picnic table, fire pit, and screened porch. In the kitchen, you’ll find a fridge, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, stove/oven, and cooking utensils. Although the cabins lack AC, the accommodations have heat, so they are suitable for rent during cold seasons.
The earliest check-in time is 5 p.m., the latest is 9 p.m. You have to book a cottage for at least three nights, and the maximum number of nights you can stay there is seven. The rate per night starts at $175 for a 1-bedroom and $225 for a 2-bedroom cottage (the rates depend on the date).
With 314 campsites, Wildwood State Park will always have a place for you and your camping group even though the sites get booked quickly. Out of these campsites, 80 are designed for RV and trailers only as they include city water, sewer, and 30-amp service hookups. The rates for these sites start at $33 per night, $231 per week.
The rest 234 sites can be used for tents and RVs that don’t mind not having the hookups. These sites are divided into five sections and positioned in wooden surroundings with easy access to the beach and nature trails. There are also two bathroom & shower facilities located centrally for everyone’s convenience. The rates for these campsites start at $21 for sites with tent platforms and $18 for those without platforms.
All campsites at Wildwood State Park are equipped with a picnic table and can accommodate up to six people. Check-in is at 3 p.m.; check-out time is 11 a.m.
Amenities & Activities
Wildwood State Park isn’t just the largest Long Island camping place with sites for tents and trailers; it’s also a family-friendly space with tons of activities and adventure opportunities. Depending on what you like, you can go fishing or swim in the cool waters of the LI Sound. How about biking, bird watching, hiking, and canoeing? There is also a playground, basketball & volleyball courts. During July and August, Wildwood State Parks arranges movies for campers every week.
The campground offers you a water fountain, water fill-up station, dump station, comfort station, convenience store, canoe rentals, and more. Firewood is available for sale. However, you should bring your own barbecue or metal fire container. Otherwise you’ll have to rent it from the park concessionaire.
COVID-19 Safety Measures
Camping at Wildwood State Park is mostly the same during COVID year. However, group camping, including overnight youth camping groups, is not allowed at this time. And you should practice social distancing and wear a mask when you cannot maintain the required distance.
Stay safe and enjoy your camping trip!
790 Hulse Landing Road, Wading River, L.I., NY 11792
For more information, visit the NY State Park website or call 631-929-4314.
While You’re Enjoying the Outdoors
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