The Treebones Resort in Big Sur, California, offers 16 yurts with wood floors, queen beds and hot and cold running water (which certainly count as glamping) as well as a number of bring-your-own-tent campsites (which probably don’t, but still have great Pacific Ocean views). Their showpiece, though, is the 500-square-foot Autonomous Tent, which is glamping on steroids. Sitting off by itself in majestic seclusion, it boasts a king bed, leather furniture, gas fireplace and its own en suite bathroom with a claw foot shower. True to its name, the metal-framed tent is completely off grid, with water from an on-site source, solar panels for power, and a composting toilet. An attached deck and nearby fire pit let guests extend outdoor evenings from spectacular sunsets through to late-night stargazing. Double occupancy is $495 weekdays, $594 Friday/Saturday, with a two-night minimum stay.