iGlamp allows customers to experience luxury, pop-up tent camping while choosing their own site anywhere within an hour’s travel of Denison.

For a nightly rate of $129, customers can book a 16-foot tent with check-ins and check-outs on Friday or Sunday. Guests have their choice of one queen-size bed or two twin-size beds with linens provided and prepared. Inside each tent, glampers will find a mix of comforts and campsite essentials, including pillows, rugs and tables, board games and cards, camp tools, garbage bags and a tent lock. Additionally, there is a large storage container with small pots and pans, bottle and can openers, dining ware and barbecue utensils.

For an additional fee, iGlamp also offers grocery shopping, meal preparations, a romantic-evening package, breakfast packages and outdoor recreation equipment for rental. One to two weeks prior notice is required for reservations and glampers may still be able to negotiate services for desired locations which lay outside of the approved range.

Tents accommodate two people, but a roll-away bed can be incorporated for an additional fee. iGlamp allows pets when campers stay at pet-friendly campsites, but animals aren’t allowed on the furniture or rugs inside each tent.

For additional information, visit www.glampingtexoma.com. iGlamp can also be reached calling 903.624.6275 or emailing info@iGLAMP.net.

Tiny Cabins at the Sundance Camp

Situated on 80 secluded acres of the Preston Peninsula, Sundance Camp allows guests to explore Lake Texoma and glamp comfortably in a collection of colorful, tiny cabins. Nightly rates range from $150-$400 for these cabins, which can sleep two people and boast a blend of rustic and modern styles.

Cabin rentals include high-end bedding and bath amenities, personal concierge, in-room refreshments, communal bar and dining, and weekend campfires with s’mores. Guest can choose from a host of daily activities including in-room massages, sight-seeing tours, kayaking and paddle boarding, tubing, water skiing, fishing and sailing.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner is provided on weekend stays and Sundance Camp offers hand-selected and locally-sourced meal options for all guests. Other dining packages include beach-side picnics and a sunset-dinner cruise for two.

With a limited number of cabins, guests are advised to make reservations well in advance of their intended stay. For those unable to book a tiny cabin, Sundance Camp also offers RV sites and primitive camping. Pets are not allowed in Sundance Camp’s tiny cabins. For additional information, visit www.sundancetexoma.com. Sundance Camp is located at 295 Glen Eden Drive in Pottsboro and can be reached by calling 903.419.1011.

Kasitas at Paradise on Lake Texoma

For those seeking a simple but stylish lakeside stay, the kasitas at Paradise on Lake Texoma may may just check all the boxes.

Paradise’s six water-front and water-view kasitas start at $89 per night and are a great fit for couples and small families of four with either young kids or dogs. Inside, each tiny house offers a king-sized bed on the ground floor, as well as a bedded loft. Linens are provided. Outside the kasitas include a fire ring, outdoor sink and grill. Communal bathrooms and showers are just a short walk away.

Guests can spend their days lounging in the community hammock garden and unwinding with a drink at the on-site bar. Kayak and paddleboard rentals are also available. Pets are permitted in the kasitas, but must be leashed whenever outside. Larger cabins, RV sites and camping sites are also available.

For additional information, visit www.paradisetexoma.com. Paradise on Lake Texoma is located at 503 Paradise Park Drive in Pottsboro and can be reached by calling 903.419.1009.