I hate the word glamping (for those who don’t know, glamping is shorthand for “glamorous camping”). I’m not sure what this trend of smashing words together is all about, but I don’t like it one bit. Okay, weird grammar rant over.
Moab Under Canvas is a self-described glamping location – a luxury tented camp near the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in Utah. The camp consists of a range of canvas tents and tipis with scenic views of the desert, canyons and plateaus – replete with all the fancy amenities that a hotel would have. It looks so nice it’s pretty easy to look beyond that horrible word.