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Deluxe Yellowstone Lake glamping adventure


For Immediate Release

Far and Away Adventures Reports Prime Space Still Available
For Glamping This Summer Inside Yellowstone National Park 
Even as Most Park Accommodations Are Sold Out
SUN VALLEY, ID, June 4, 2012 – Reports have it that prime week / weekend access to summer accommodations at Yellowstone National Park may already be close to sold out, thanks to the ever-growing popularity of visiting this iconic destination.
However, summer vacation procrastinators need not panic, Far and Away Adventures reports summer/fall 2012 availability is still good for its Deluxe Yellowstone Lake Basecamp glamping adventure offering the most secluded but luxurious canvass accommodations in the park region.
“All signs point to a sold out Yellowstone this summer. Reservations at the park lodges are running strong and it is anticipated that within the next 10 to 15 days all the prime weeks and lodges will be booked up and full,” said Steve Lentz, the company’s founder/owner.
Far and Away Adventures’ glamping here is about experiencing in utmost privacy the secluded backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. This begins to take place after a jet boat from the park’s Bay Bridge Marina speeds supplies and a maximum of only eight friends and family to a landing where sea kayaks carry on to a wilderness camp on a remote arm of Yellowstone Lake, the largest freshwater alpine lake in North America. See:
Then, promises Lentz, for minimally 50 hours (three days and two nights) it’s complete time out from life’s frenzy and Yellowstone’s crowds.
Why minimally 50 hours?
“That’s the minimal amount of time a human being needs to at least begin to brush off the other life,” says Lentz. “This process is assisted by the private location of our camp on a remote shoreline providing complete solitude and escape from the trappings of our over-civilized world.” 

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