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Outdoor Hospitality Explained

It's more than grilling in your backyard or sipping wine on your patio... but that's still relevant!

Outdoor Hospitality generally refers to any and all services provided by businesses or venues in an outdoor setting.

Rooftop cocktails at Camp Bobby in Nashville, Tennessee
Camp Bobby at The Bobby Hotel

Depending on the weather in your area you can find outdoor hospitality all around you at places such as restaurants with rooftop dining or bars with private igloo lounges.

Private dome lounges in Nashville
Cozy in Nash

Camp Bobby at Bobby Hotel 📍 Nashville, TN

Breweries with beer gardens and restaurant operations out of vintage campers or remodeled school buses, aka a skoolie, at food truck parks.

Located on the ocean, Ragga Surf Cafe is in between Flagler Beach & St. Augustine, Florida
Ragga Surf Cafe

Ragga Surf Cafe 📍 Marineland, FL

The other end is accommodation destinations like campgrounds, Glampgrounds, RV resorts and event venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado.

Unique glamping accommodations in Luxury Outdoor Hospitality
Tiny Tiki Retro Hideaway

Unique Airbnb called The Tiny Tiki Retro Hideaway in California

It involves providing a range of services and experiences while utilizing outdoor spaces for customer enjoyment and comfort.

This explains what GLAMP Magazine is all about! Your Influence to Lavish Outdoor Hospitality!



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GLAMP Magazine is a quarterly high end publication featuring glamping lifestyle, travel destinations and industry trends + ways to start a glamping business showcasing America’s beauty in extremely unique ways. Our contributors are sharing their glamping experiences from a consumer perspective to product manufacturing and glamp host operations. Our magazine is the premier opportunity to explore U.S. glamping destinations as well as understand and learn about the outdoor hospitality industry; directly from those living, indulging and managing in this space.

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