In 2021 the global glamping market was valued at 2.35 billion USD (according to Grand View Research), with an annual growth rate of 10.9% expected from 2022 to 2030. Its rising popularity can be attributed, in part, to consumers touting their glamping experiences on social media, and a growing appreciation for said experiences in the wake of the COVID pandemic. Traditional high-end getaways are expensive, and in short, a bit boring, especially for Gen Z and Millennial consumers who are budget-minded and prefer to spend earnings on unconventional, memorable trips.

So, whether you’re dreaming of glamping in your private backyard oasis, or hoping to host your own glampsite business one day, if you’re feeling the call to glamp, you’re not alone.

But where to start? Cabin stays and yurt rentals have traditionally dominated the space, but buying a whole cabin may not be the most accessible option. That’s where glamping tents come in. They’re temporary, portable, durable, and come in countless options to fit most any space and budget. They can range in size from 63 square feet to a very spacious 800 square feet. And yes, they even come in multiple stories. And multiple shapes, from the traditional wall tent, the tear-drop-shaped bell tent, and even cabin tents—structures made with wooden framing and canvas walls.

published 2022-04-25 18:26:40