Glamping tents are returning to Lake Hemet this summer and fall. Bookings are available from June 1 through November 1.
Glamping tents sleep up to four guests and are outfitted with two full-sized beds, complete with linens and toiletries, a personal fire pit, picnic table, and additional outdoor seating.
The tents are located in Lower Eagle Camp 3 below the cabin village. Reservations are required. Pets are not permitted for guests staying in glamping tents.
Lake Hemet is surrounded by the San Jacinto Mountains, in Mountain Center, near the town of Idyllwild. It offers RV, cabin, and tent camping.
For additional information or to book a stay in a glamping tent, visit www.lakehemetrecreation.com/vacation-rental-units.
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