For travelers who love the idea of camping but don’t want to sacrifice modern hotel luxuries, Under Canvas does both. The company, which popularized upscale glamping in the U.S., opened a new 50-acre resort on Wednesday (July 12) in Paradise Valley, Mont., located just outside the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park, according to Travel + Leisure.
“The debut of our newest camp, Under Canvas North Yellowstone – Paradise Valley, marks a significant milestone for the brand, a full-circle moment as our first-ever camp is located near West Yellowstone,” Matt Gaghen, CEO of Under Canvas, said in a statement sent to Travel + Leisure. “We are delighted to expand access to the vast wonders of the Greater Yellowstone region, immersing guests in the renowned natural beauty, wildlife, ranchlands and Western culture for which Yellowstone is celebrated.”
The new camp is said to have drop-dead gorgeous views of the Absaroka Mountain Range along with access to a full one-mile stretch of the Yellowstone River, which meanders through the camp. In fact, guests can take part in plenty of river-centric activities while staying at the camp, including fly fishing and floating on the river on a luxe wooden raft while enjoying wine and charcuterie. Guests also have access to on-site programming, including daily yoga classes and regular live music performances.