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Welcome to The Glamping Association

The Glamping Association aims to help you enjoy glamping.

Whether you own & operate a glamping site or you are looking to experience glamping for yourself and want to find a brilliant location, The Glamping Association is here to provide information and standards to help people enjoy glamping.

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For site owners -The Glamping Association

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The Glamping Association was first created almost a decade ago. Since then we have kept a close watch on the market's growth, whist our committee have continued to work in the industry providing guidance for sites and confirming their positions as glamping experts. This detailed experience allows the Glamping Association to be a representative voice of the glamping industry with relevant and up to the minute experience. The Glamping Association is a not for profit organisation, designed to champion and further the causes of the glamping industry.

We believe we are stronger together. We compile an annual census of the market in order to invite new entrants to join us and provide industry statistics that allow us to monitor changes in the industry in order to advise our members.

Our members agree to a code of conduct that ensures guests and sites know there are expected standards for critical elements of glamping accommodation provision such as health and safety, insurance and hygiene.

For guests - The Glamping Club

To assist the public in choosing a location for their glamping holiday, The Glamping Association has a sub-division specifically designed to meet the needs of the glamping public.

The Glamping Club is designed to assist glampers enjoy the activity of glamping. 

The Glamping Club can help glampers prepare for their trips and what to expect as well as providing information on glamping sites. We are keen to encourage Glamping Club members to meet up together at glamping sites so members can introduce themselves to each other and make new friends or even arrange regional glamping breaks at Glamping Association sites.