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You Need Your Own Glamping Pod

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Author: Matt JohnsonPhotos/Graphics: Mike HawthornePublished: Sep 17, 2020Updated: Dec 12, 2023

You’ve seen the photos, possibly even stayed in one at a glamping resort, but imagine owning your own glamping pod. Your own slice of outdoor luxury is conveniently located in your backyard.

Look no further than these amazing and cute glamping pods. They range from simple and portable, to extremely luxurious and expensive. The options of course are endless, but here are a few pods to get ideas rolling around in your head.

Sandstone Star Bell Tent

Sandstone Bell Tent Glamping Pod
Photo from belltents.com

This is probably what you have in mind when you think of glamping.

It’s a classic when it comes to glamping pods.

The Sandstone Star Bell Tent is a combination of teepee/yurt style canvas tent with a large single entrance and can sleep up to 6. The breathable lightweight canvas with the large opening and four mesh-zipped windows allows for plenty of airflows to keep you cool.

While it is lightweight, don’t be concerned with its durability. It has a 35mm diameter center pole with 5mm guy ropes, and heavy-duty stakes to keep it secured. The material and zippers are also heavy duty so this bell tent will last.

Pemberton by Modulog

The Pemberton Glamping Pod
Photo from modulog.co.uk

This beauty will give you the look and feel of a cozy log cabin.

It’s definitely one of the more robust glamping pods you can find.

The Pemberton by Modulog can sleep up to five and has a standalone bedroom and shower room, just in case you didn’t think glamping could get any more comfortable.

Made with real, solid wood and packed with elegant design features, this pod comes with glazed french doors and an outdoor covered deck area.

This cabin is fairly large at around 21′ by 17′, bringing it to a decent 357sqft of space.

SimpleTerra Denali Yurt

SimpleTerra Denali Steel Yurt
Photo from simpleterra.com

Durability, space, and comfort is what you get with the Denali Yurt.

This event-style tent comes with a diameter of over 26′, 540sqft, and claims you can fit up to 50 people in there. Although I don’t think that would be a comfortable amount of people.

Extremely durable, the Denali is rated for up to 63mph winds! Not quite hurricane strength but really, really good for a yurt. It is made of four layers to keep the elements on the outside where they belong.

Lotus Belle Outback Tent

Lotus Belle Outback Tent

Elegant and beautiful, the 13′ Lotus Belle Outback is just what you need to grace your backyard or glamping resort. This tent instantly elevates your experience from camping to glamping.

Whether a family outing or a couple’s retreat, with this tent you can fit either four twin-sized beds or a king-sized bed, whichever you prefer.

With comfort and relaxation at the forefront of the design, the Outback includes a zippable mesh open-air door and windows to keep the pests at bay during your stay. There is an additional vent in the back as well as enlarged vents in the roof to keep cool air throughout.

Geodesic Dome Tent

Geodesic Dome Tent Glamping Pod
Photo from glampingdomestore.com

The Geodesic Dome Tent from the Glamping Dome Store is the perfect glamping pod for those that want to enjoy their picturesque landscape as it provides a great viewing experience.

This beautiful dome is a massive structure measuring 23′ making it ideal for large gatherings such as a family retreat or reception. The durable shell comes in 12 different colors and is fire retardant, mold-resistant, waterproof, and UV resistant to ensure it lasts the tests of time for your and your guests.

Still not satisfied? Then upgrade your tent with their amazing assortment of add-ons such as upgraded flooring, additional windows, window treatments, and much more.


Do you have your own glamping pod? You might not but we guarantee you probably want one! If you do happen to have a pod, we would love to see it! Drop your pod or thoughts on pods in the comments section below or share them on Facebook.

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Matt Johnson


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Matt is an experienced camper and glamping enthusiast with a Master's degree in Wildlife Science from Texas A&M University. Authoring posts for GlamperGear, he shares his wealth of knowledge on picturesque campsites, luxurious accommodations, and the best gear for outdoor adventures. His passion for nature and knack for comfort in the wilderness make him an expert guide for your next camping endeavor.

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