How to go “glamping” at Conestoga Ranch in Bear Lake

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So what is glamping? It is a mashup of “glamorous” and “camping,” glamping is a worldwide phenomenon that combines the thrills of camping with the comforts of home. At Conestoga Ranch, guests have the option of staying in a traditional tent, covered wagon, or a grand tent. The covered wagons are wired with electricity so that you have a night light and a place to charge your phone. The grand tents have all of those amenities plus a personal bathroom and shower inside. The ranch has a playground for kids, a recreation tent with countless toys, an event tent for weddings or special events, and the Campfire Grill Restaurant. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with menu items selected by Chef Vincent. The restaurant features a custom wood fire pizza oven.  At the Campfire Grill, they do occasional pig roasts and all meals can be enjoyed outside by the fire.

Enter to win the huge Conestoga Ranch Bear Lake giveaway! The winner will receive a two-night stay for two guests at Conestoga Ranch and one dinner for two at Campfire Grill Restaurant. Valid on Sunday-Thursday during the 2016 season (not valid on holidays). To enter go to Fox 13 The PLACE on Facebook, like the page, and then comment on the photo from Conestoga Ranch for your chance to win!

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