You can now book incredible stargazing domes with private saunas and hot tubs

Camping isn’t for everyone, but for those Brits who love it there’s nothing like staying in the great outdoors.

For anyone who’s willing to sleep in a tent it provides the added bonus of stargazing, cooking on the campfire and telling stories though the night.

You can treat your family to a camping trip like no other with this American accommodation.

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The new camping dome has taken living outdoors to the next level as it lets you gaze up at the glorious night sky from the warmth and comfort of the indoors, reports the Mirror.

Oculis Lodge is a new site in the Cascade Mountain, USA which aims to let people "live out (their) campground fantasies without sacrificing the luxuries of a hotel."

Each 700 sq/foot dome is designed specifically to immerse campers in the outdoors as much as possible, while taking advantage of the clear mountain skies.

The domes have a king-sized bed, two queen-size beds in the loft for another four guests, a deck hammock, smart home technology and a fire pit.

A telescope is also provided so guests can take a closer look at stars and planets above – maybe you’ll even spot a shooting star for luck.

In fact, there's as a 15-feet-wide skylight in the living room for those who want to watch the skies from the comfort of the sofa.

After a long night of gazing you can limber up with a morning session of yoga held on the outside heated deck.

A dip in the six-person hot tub can also help you unwind and relax after a day on the nearby ski-slopes.

Every unit comes with a personal sauna that can fit four people and will be filled up with groceries of your choosing ahead of your arrival.

The campsite is a 25-minute drive to the ski slopes of Mount Baker, which is well known for summer and winter activities.

During the winter of 1998-99, the mountain received 1,140 inches of snowfall – verified as the World Record for snowfall during a single winter season on a mountain.

You can book a dome from £295 a night, or £1,567 for a week. You can find out more on


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