Here’s something different: A tent erected atop a large covered porch, complete with a twisty slide to the fire pit and picnic table below!
This is, of course, no normal tent. The canvas structure is held up by beautiful wooden beams, and there’s a queen-sized bed and kids’ cot bunks inside meaning no one has to sleep on the floor. It’s off-grid, with a cooler, water bubbler and solar lights, giving you an excellent glamping experience.
What do you think? We actually saw a family who lived in a tent like this here.
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Canvas Tent with Covered Porch in PA
How cool is a tent with wooden beams?
On this side, you walk in at ground level.
Inside there’s a queen bed, and a cot bunk.
Kids (and adults…) are sure to love this slide!
Bunk cots for the little ones.
No indoor plumbing, but drinking water provided.
The roof over the tent means you stay dry!
Have dinner underneath the tent!
What a fun space.
Super comfy camp loungers on the porch.
Time to roast some marshmallows.
Our “glamping” canvas tent is on a large wooden deck, which provides an abundance of space to enjoy the outdoors. The tent comes furnished with a queen bed (linens & towels provided), a cot-style bunk bed (please bring sleeping bags, pillows, etc), plenty of floor space for sleeping bags, basic camping cookware, and a propane camp stove. Enjoy a cup of fresh campfire peculated coffee each morning, along with the sweet goodies provided by your hosts! A fire ring is in front of the Glampsite for you to enjoy campfires (firewood available).
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