Terra Glamping pitches its tents at Cedar Point

Glamp Site Debuts Memorial Day Weekend

The East End has a new glamp site. Glamping – luxury or glamour camping — is coming to Cedar Point County Park in East Hampton.

         Terra Glamping, the Brooklyn-based company that focuses on luxury camping and full-service high-end outdoor event production, will set up shop overlooking Gardiners Bay.

         “The outdoor adventure meets modern luxury aesthetic of glamping is an ideal fit for East Hampton and we’re thrilled to be the first company to offer this new option for seasonal getaways to area vacationers and residents alike,” said Terra Glamping co-founder and CEO Rebecca Martin. “Cedar Point County Park is a picturesque location with lush forests and miles of coastline, an ideal setting for the Terra Glamping experience.”

         The company, founded by Martin and David Levine, has created seasonal glamping hotels in the Catskills and the Rockaways and was selected by the Suffolk County Parks Department to create this concept for Cedar Point. SCPD issued a request for proposals with the goal of introducing new ventures that would attract more campers to the site.

         “There is something for everyone to enjoy this summer as glamping is coming to Cedar Point County Park in East Hampton,” said Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone. “This latest camping trend allows residents and visitors alike to enjoy an outdoor adventure with luxury amenities at one of our many stunning County parks.”

         The site will feature 30 fully furnished and carefully designed sleeping tents that include one or two queen-sized beds and a six-foot deck overlooking the water. Guests will also enjoy two lounge tents with couches, books, and board games; a dining tent; bathroom and shower facilities; a fully stocked grilling area; a fire pit; and additional outdoor furnishings including hammocks.

         Each morning will begin with a continental breakfast of fresh coffee, fine teas, local pastries, fruit, yogurt, and homemade granola. At night guests can gather around the campfire and enjoy a gourmet s’mores bar.

         Activities will include sunrise yoga, live music, movie nights, wellness festivals, and farm-to-table dinners with guest chefs. Kayaks and stand-up paddle boards will also be available.

         Reservations are available from Friday, May 24, through the last weekend in October. They can be made online at www.terraglamping.com.

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