Hey, we know we don’t have the best reputation for being outdoorsy. (We got lost in Prospect Park one time, OK?) But that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate a good dose of nature every now and again. Here’s where to rough it without actually roughing it.

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Tentrr

Tentrr (2 hours from NYC)

Wish you could camp without, well, other campers? This all-inclusive service gives you access to gorgeous stretches of private land in the Catskills where you and up to 11 friends can have the whole space to yourselves. Each site includes a platform tent with a queen-size air mattress for two (and an additional dome tent for your pals), a fire pit with a grill and a restroom/shower situation, plus (obviously) gorgeous natural surroundings, like hiking trails and swimming holes.

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Firelight Camps

Firelight Camps (4 hours from NYC)

If being too far from civilization isn’t your jam, this luxe retreat in Ithaca is more like an outdoor hotel: It has an on-site spa, restaurant and yoga classes, plus complimentary locally sourced breakfast and pour-over coffee. You’re also in close proximity to hiking, waterfalls, kayaking and—lucky you—smack-dab in the middle of wine country. (We’ll take a post-hike Riesling, thank you very much.)

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Posh Primitive

Posh Primitive (3 hours, 45 minutes from NYC)

You’ll feel rustic AF (without, you know, sacrificing any comfort) at this Adirondack camp, which makes a prime location for whitewater rafting and stargazing. The tents are equipped with woodstoves, dogs are welcome, and best of all, your booking includes all meals—featuring veggies from the organic garden—served in the cozy main lodge. 

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Gatherwild Ranch

Gatherwild Ranch (2 hours, 15 minutes from NYC)

These adorable bell tents are situated on a 75-acre farm and former apple orchard. On the property, you’ll find solar-powered showers, an outdoor kitchen, bikes and water floaties to borrow, free-range sheep and chickens and a swimming hole (complete with rope swing).

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Terra Glamping

Terra Glamping Events (Various Locations)

Looking to get a whole squad together for a fancy-yet-rural escape (a buddymoon, perhaps)? This event-planning company will set up the glampsite of your dreams in locations all around NYC, with next-level amenities like memory-foam mattresses, hammocks, on-site chefs and bartenders and even a “camp butler.” This outdoors thing doesn’t sound so bad after all. 

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Airbnb

Yurt on a Horse Farm (2 hours from NYC)

We always thought we’d have to travel abroad to use the “yurt” option on Airbnb…and we were delighted to find that’s not the case. This charming spot, nestled on a 27-acre farm, features dozens of animals (and horseback riding), a deck, a fire pit and a hot tub. But what really won over our city-slicker heart is the wood-burning pizza oven.

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Airbnb

Geo Dome at the Outlier Inn (1 hour, 45 minutes from NYC)

Come on, how could you not want to stay in this awesome retro-futuristic bubble? The surrounding property is pretty interesting, too: It houses a recording studio, a vintage shop, a fiber-arts workshop, all sorts of animals (goats! bunnies!) and several other types of accommodation (including a vintage trailer)—in case you feel like making friends around the communal campfire.

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Collective Retreats

Collective Hudson Valley (2 hours from NYC)

This experiential retreat already has camps in Yellowstone and Vail, and opens its doors, er, tent flaps to a brand-new Hudson Valley location July 14. Located on a working organic farm, the site's five tents are named for famous authors who were inspired by the region (e.g. Millay, Whitman) and include posh amenities like chandeliers, private bathrooms and 1,500-thread-count sheets. Meals are sourced from the surrounding farm (it doesn't get any more local than this, people) and activities include everything from zip-lining to literary tours.

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