Green River Narrows Race: The Best, Muddiest Glamping Weekend Ever.
“However, if you’re 36 years old, a light sleeper, and/or traveling with a dog that doesn’t like other dogs, OR if the idea of a naked man sprinting by your sleeping bag with a trailing, fiery tail of toilet paper fluttering from his ass gives you pause, I highly, highly recommend booking a glamping tent at the Wilderness Cove Campground across the street. (Literally, it’s about a one-minute walk, and you can enjoy the live music at a comfortable and non-sleep-prohibitive volume.). We went for the Double Glamping Tent because our friends were traveling with us, and it was amazing. The tents are clean, the beds are comfortable, the shared common area made for an amazing breakfast and hangout spot, and we had electrical outlets and a bathhouse instead of a portapotty. Best of all, since it rained all weekend, our campground did not disintegrate into a giant mud pit.”