May 3, 2012 by JJ in Lexicon, Tents with 0 Comments

celia birtwell tent Glamper

glamper, noun

  1. A person who sets out to camp whether in the woods, a campground, a luxury tent, a Yurt, or any outdoors-like environment and brings all their comforts of home along with them. Pretty pillows, blow drier, finery, etc. Looks good while “roughing it.”
  2. A classic over packer.
  3. Any RVer.
  4. Any Airstream owner (we’re jealous)!

glamping, verb

Origin: A mix up of the two words, “Glamorous” and “Camper.”

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