Woof! Dog packs around the world are yapping in glee over the news a pet-friendly glamping rentals website launched. Called opens in a new windowGlamping Hub for Pets, the new site, which is part of Glamping Hub, is a community of pet owners offering a resource for booking pet-friendly outdoor lodging, trip planning and pet travel tips.
What is Glamping?
If you’re unfamiliar with the term, glamping means glamorous camping and refers to luxurious outdoor accommodations. And who doesn’t love the outdoors more than your dog? When I was a dog parent, I vacationed with my four-legged fur-child often and had difficulty finding outdoor accommodations welcoming pets. Granted, this was in the ‘90s when the Internet was just catching on and vacationing with your dog was not that hip.
A Lot of Pets Are Traveling These Days
Today, more and more people are opting to travel with their fur companions, in fact, a recent opens in a new windowTripAdvisor survey revealed 53 percent of respondents with pets travel with them. According to opens in a new windowPetRelocation.com’s Summer Pet Travel survey, 60 percent of pet owners traveled with their furry companion in 2010!
I’ve entertained the idea of adopting another dog and if I did, I know it would be my traveling sidekick. My friend Jen in Washington brings her dogs almost every time she and her husband head out for an adventure in the Pacific Northwest and a site like Glamping Hub for Pets would be useful. Do I travel with my cats? Only if I really, really need to. Trust me. My cats are NOT keen on travel.
Find Dog-Friendly Cabins (And More) at Glamping Hub for Pets
Pet-friendly accommodations vary on this site and options range from cute cabins to comfy yurts and cozy cottages to tranquil tipis. opens in a new windowGlamping Hub for Pets currently has about 500 pet-friendly, tail-wagging accommodations primarily focused on the U.S., however, they plan to double their inventory by the end of the year and will add listings in more than 80 countries.
The National Park Service is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year and many cabins, luxury tents and yurts in and around the parks are pet-friendly. Glamping Hub for Pets would be a great resource for planning a national park vacation with your dog.
Wait, what’s that I hear. Is that a bark in the background? Methinks Fido is ready for a vacation, get glamping and
Visit opens in a new windowhttps://pets.glampinghub.com for additional information.
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