Have you ever wondered how it would feel to sleep in a covered wagon like in the times of the Old West? Well, now you can, and without any of the calamities of the American West.
Ree Drummond, better known as, The Pioneer Woman, has a list of the best places to live your settler dreams across America. Little House on the Prairie gets an upgrade with all these great accommodations.
Camping grounds across the United States offer guests the opportunity to sleep in an old-fashioned Conestoga wagon. Most of the wagons come with necessary amenities like private bathrooms and air conditioning.
The Pioneer Woman lists some major resorts and campsites that offer this rural glamping opportunity in various parts of the United States. All the accommodations provide an air of nature and adventure to the camping situation.
Zion Wildflower Resort, located near the entrance of Zion National Park in Utah, is the newest to this type of camping. The experience of sleeping under the stars is elevated here with air conditioning and a luxury bathhouse.
Those looking to live like a prairie child on the East Coast can head on over to the Roscoe Campsite Park. Located in the charming town of Roscoe, New York, you can sleep along the banks of the Beaverkill River.
Those who want to stick to a more authentic Conestoga wagon experience can camp at the Smokey Hollow Campground. While the campsite includes a microwave, fridge, and even a coffee pot, guests must bring their bedsheets and kitchen items.