For a totally new camping experience, or a way to get the non-camper in your life to become a camping enthusiast, go glamping – that is, glamorous camping – in a tricked-out tent or cushy cabin. This experience gets you out into nature while including some of the comforts of home like a plush mattress, working sink, and (wait for it) air-conditioning. We at Masiello Employment like to try new things, and we’re sharing these favorite glamping options well worth the drive from our hometown of Keene, NH:



Close to North Conway, New Hampshire

This glampground offers up dozens of accommodations, ranging from a modest Canadian Tent or wood-and-canvas Bonaventure Tent to a luxe-friendly Trapper’s Tent (complete with indoor plumbing). For those who wish for more of a log-cabin-in-the-woods camping excursion, a Chalet fits the bill. In addition to a scenic spot by Iona Lake, the grounds include a small grocery area (in case you forget the fixins’ for s’mores), pool, washroom facilities, fire pits, and fresh-made pizzas served out of an Airstream.


Epsom, New Hampshire

Meant as a natural, 20-acre getaway for Bostonians, these handcrafted hideaways appeal to anyone looking to enjoy the wonderland of southern New Hampshire. A step (or three) up from a tent, each tiny-home-like cabin has a picnic table, chairs, and campfire grill outside and air-conditioning, hot showers, and stove and sink inside, along with at least one pampering bed.


Sandy Pines Campground

Kennebunkport, Maine

Just about a mile from Goose Rocks Beach, this campground goes well beyond its basic tent and RV sites with a score of safari-like, high-styled Glamp Tents as well as Camp Cottages (tiny getaways on wheels), Hideaway Huts (modern, A-frame accommodations), and a collection of Unique Retreats (from a snazzy Airstream to a sparkling Glass House). Every type of camper staying here enjoys access to amenities like the General Store, laundry facilities, Kids’ Camp, and social events like BINGO and movie night.

Tops’l Farms

Waldoboro, Maine

Set on 83 acres of forest and pasture alongside the Medomak River, this mid-coast destination offers ten beautifully appointed canvas tents and A-frame lodge cabins. Here, a great night’s sleep is blissfully blended with nature (foraging, kayaking, fly-fishing, hiking, stargazing), farming (bee-keeping, canning, cheese-making, fermenting, egg-collecting), and recreation (bocce, archery, croquet, badminton, horseshoes). Think of it like summer camp for adults – one where you can have a robust Maine breakfast delivered to your tent (in a cast iron skillet) each morning and cocktail craft kits delivered each night.

We at Masiello Employment are here to make sure finding the right job is no more complicated than setting up a two-person tent. Give us a call today; our recruiting team is available for a free consultation.