Wine Country is clearly one of the ultimate glamping destinations so I was thrilled to discover that Boothe Napa stepped up their glamping game with new yurts. Tucked away in the opposite end of the campground from the tent sites are six new yurts complete with a bed (you do need to provide your own linens), table and fire pits outside. There is even a window at the top of the yurt so you can stargaze while falling asleep.
My favorite thing about these new yurts is you still get the typical camping setup (fire pit, benches, grill) to enjoy a night under the stars sitting by the fire, but you still have a cozy shelter to retreat to. This is especially reassuring for those of us who are not big fans of campground critters!
As I mentioned in my previous post about Boothe Napa, the location is ideal and there are a handful of wineries within a short walk. One of these wineries is Sterling where you take a gondola up to the top of a hill for a wine tasting/tour of the massive property. I’ve also had friends that brought their bikes and rode around the area, which is next on my checklist!
The campground itself has an in-ground pool which is essential for those hot Napa summers. There are also hiking trails connected to the campground if you want to get some exercise in before a day of wine tasting and relaxation. Sites are still pretty affordable ($70 a night) book up quickly, so reserve yours now!
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