How’d you like to rough it in the dead of winter?

More property owners are accommodating adventurous campers with luxurious amenities in places where getting snowed in is the whole point.

Backroad Ramblers lists dozens of wintertime retreats in New England that offer tipis, yurts, tiny homes, geodesic domes, and off-grid cabins overlooking snowcapped mountains and frozen lakes.

A growing number of websites make it easy to book a winter weekend getaway. On Tentrr, you can find campsites complete with canvas tents, beds, toilets, and other creature comforts. But for the true glamping experience, opt for a Tentrr Coleman Outfitted Site. These locations feature Coleman camping gear along with propane heating and cooking equipment, among other amenities. Likewise, Vrbo offers cozy cabins with private hot tubs and gas fireplaces.

Architects and builders can capitalize on the trend by developing campsite designed for year-round use with propane-powered water heating, building heat, and cooking appliances – the more unique, the better. Airbnb recently paid creative builders to design unusual short-term rentals where people can book a stay in a yellow submarine or a giant baked potato.

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