If you live for warm summer nights under the stars, the words "hate camping" might hit your ears wrong. Those people exist, but this might be a baby step toward changing their minds. 

By the way, I'm "those people." My husband would love to take me camping but I kind of loathe the idea of it. I think my hate of camping is rooted in the fact that without a hair dryer and flat iron, my hair looks like I have permanent bed head. After two days, there's no amount of dry shampoo that can save it. It even looks weird in a hat. Looking gross makes me feel gross and then I'm no fun. Give me a little electricity and a place to take a warm shower.

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Well, apparently the folks at Valley Village in Eastern Idaho (Irwin to be exact) read my mind. You'll find six themed tiny homes and four themed glamping tents. The tiny homes are cute, but the glamping tents are impressive! Each of them has a queen or king sized bed, working lights, heater, air conditioner mini fridge and a private, full size bathroom with a tub (and outlets, I saw them in the pictures!)

Guests who book a glamping tent also haves access to the community clubhouse that has a game room, complimentary coffee, oven and a microwave. There's even a community fire pit to enjoy as the sun goes down. Stays in the glamping tents are $115 a night.

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Not gonna lie, with that full size tub and outlets in the bathroom, I'd be open to trying giving "glamping" a try. Take a look around the tents and let me know which one is your favorite!

Valley Village Glamping is Perfect For People Who Hate Camping

Valley Village is a tiny home and RV park located in Irwin, Idaho. It's about a five hour road trip from Boise. A stay in one of their "glamping" tents is about $115.

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