Glamping near Tampa with hot tubs

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3 top glamping sites near Tampa with hot tubs

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Tampa Glamper

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Tampa, FL
Welcome to our Florida Winter Wonderland, where the Sunshine State meets a touch of frosty magic. Cozy up in our snug accommodations, where the allure of winter transforms. Nestled amid swaying trees & under the gentle warmth of winter sun, our rental invites you to experience a unique blend of tropical charm & seasonal enchantment. Immerse yourself in our mild winter magic, creating a one-of-a-kind retreat that redefines the winter. Your Florida adventure begins in our sunny winter paradise. Outdoor area has a 20x16 pergola with lights, fans and plenty of seating including a dinner table. Outdoor TV, fire pit, grill and depending on the season a Hot tub or 8’ stock tank pool. Giant connect four, corn hole. Chicken coop with fresh eggs daily on site. Parking up to 2 vehicles. Two bedrooms (5 beds) 1.5 bath with full size kitchen/ appliances. Hot water, with complementary shampoo/conditioner/bodywash. Indoor & outdoor games / toys. High speed WiFi and complimentary Netflix.
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Beach Glamping

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Bay Pines, FL
Affordable glamping located just minutes from the beach! Enjoy drinks by the pool, catch a gorgeous sunset at Madeira Beach, and relax by the fire pit in the evening. Check out one of the many delicious restaurants this area has to offer. This inviting camper has all the perks of a hotel, but for a fraction of the price.
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Bare RV Resort

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Land O'lakes, FL
Clothing Optional Oasis… Resort and Campground! Our ADULTS ONLY facility offers tent and RV camping spaces. Our entertainment area includes a pool and hot tub, along with clubhouse including a pool table, dart boards, corn hole, and lots of space to kick back, relax and be one with nature! We are dog friendly. Perfect for first-time nudists! We are woman owned/operated and offer a welcoming and relaxing environment for you to explore nudity. The resort has a lovely recreation area where you may adjust at your own pace. Be one with nature! Prepare for your visit: Our resort is completely BYO at this time. Come prepared with everything you will need for your visit. Feel free to pack a small cooler for your time at the pool (no glass in the recreation area).
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Glamping near Tampa with hot tubs guide

Overview

On the east side of Florida on the Gulf Coast, Tampa delivers about 264 days of sunshine a year. Aside from downtown attractions like Busch Gardens, the Florida Aquarium, and ZooTampa at Lowry Park, campers like to venture outside the city for kayaking in Lake Kissimmee State Park and hiking at Hontoon Island State Park, where there’s a 300-year-old oak tree. Campers can expect excellent boating access at Fort De Soto Park and opportunities to sit back and catch some rays on its white sandy beaches. Find more camping options nearby, including primitive backcountry campsites, glamping in air-conditioned canvas tents, and RV parks with full hookups.

Where to go

Lake Kissimmee State Park

Drive 1.5 hours east of Tampa to Lake Kissimmee State Park. Spend the day conquering the 10-mile long Buster Island Paddling Trail by kayak, or head to Joe Overstreet Landing for bird watching. Then, find a range of camping accommodations, from primitive campsites accessed by foot to drive-in campsites with laundry facilities, dump stations, and full hookups. For more luxury, go glamping in pioneer-style canvas tents with queen-sized beds and air-conditioning.

Hontoon Island State Park

Two hours northeast of Tampa, Hontoon Island State Park is ready to wow campers with its natural scenery. The island is only accessible by boat, but there is a public ferry system and a marina. On the island, campers will find canoe, kayak, and bike rentals, as well as a hike to Bear Tree Landing, which features a 300-year-old living oak tree. Rent a rustic cabin with bunk beds, picnic tables, outdoor grills, and electricity. Or, opt for a tent campsite with shared restrooms and heated showers. The park does not allow motorized vehicles, so RV campers will need to enjoy the island as a day trip.

Fort De Soto Park

With over 1,000 acres of land, including seven miles of waterfront and three miles of sandy beaches, Fort De Soto Park is consistently rated one of America’s top beaches. Wander to North Beach for swimming, or take your furry friend to Dog Park Beach where they can run off-leash. Boaters will also appreciate the 800-foot launch area in addition to several floating docks. Then set up at campgrounds within the park offering grills, potable water, electricity hookups, laundry facilities, flush toilets, and showers. Reservations can be made up to six months in advance, and it’s recommended to book ahead.

When to go

Due to its subtropical climate, Tampa experiences a wet season and a dry season. Summers last from June until October and often see temperatures in the 90s, along with thunderstorms. The winters, running from November until May, are dryer and a little bit cooler, with an average high of 71°F in January. The weather in spring and fall is warm with a low chance of rain—a prime forecast for hiking and swimming.

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