Michigan will be home to it’s first glamping eco resort.
Bella Solviva, Michigan’s comfy camping eco-resort, is being developed by two entrepreneurs Brad and Sandy Carlson on a 100 acre property in Northern Michigan.
On the Western edge of Jordan River, in Michigan, the glamping destination will feature 100 luxury sites.
The luxury sites will include, fully furnishes safari tents, tree houses, teepees, cabins, restored vintage RV’s and airliners to have access to hot showers and restroom facilities.
Bella Solviva, expects to be in development for two years and expects to have at least 36 sites available to the public this summer.
In addition, the Carlson’s hope to add another 25 sites mid summer with the remaining sites, including six hotel style suites, in 2016.
The properties amenities will include a clubhouse, laundry facilities, swimming pool, tennis as well as multi-purpose courts, ice skating for the winter, playgrounds, a recreation hall.
Also, the property will have trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and cross country skiing.
This glamping property will be short of nothing as it also will be offering concierge service and on site massages.
Bella Solviva is set to the first glamping resort in Michigan and will set the bar high for other glamping destinations.
For more information on statstics and glamping in the United States check out, “Is Glamping Market Underserved? We Think So.”
Recent graduate from the University of Utah with a degree in Mass Communications and previously the lead writer for Glamping LLC.