1. Enjoy the southern charm of Blackberry Farm in Tennessee.
Why stay: This resort is tucked away in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. And staying at Blackberry Farm is like getting a big slice of southern hospitality, topped with homemade churned butter.
What to do: Explore the 9,000 acres of farmland, which includes a charcuterie, bakery, larder, and animals like chickens, sheep, and llamas roaming the grounds. They offer activities like gardening, cooking classes, and tracking truffles so that your visit feels authentic to the farm.
2. Stay in the most amazing adult treehouse at TreeHouse Point in Fall City, Washington.
Why stay: If you love the outdoors, but don't love camping, then consider TreeHouse Point the best glamping you can get without a tent.
3. Relax in a gorgeous all-inclusive resort at Dunton Hot Springs in Dolores, Colorado.
Why stay: This all-inclusive resort means that you never have to leave the beauty of this restored ghost town. Each log cabin features its own special amenities — outdoor showers, wood burning stoves, copper tubs, and riverside views — to make your stay uniquely yours.
4. Reconnect with the great outdoors at The Ranch at Rock Creek in Montana.
Why stay: If the breathtaking views of Montana mountains, meadows, trout ponds, and a fishing creek don't draw you in, then the amenities will. You can stay in the main lodge, their renovated 19th-century barn, one of their glamping cabins, or even a log home, and still enjoy the ~finer~ things in life, like the chef's tasting menu or a spa treatment.
5. Revel in tropical paradise at Little Palm Island Resort on Little Touch Key, Florida.
Why stay: Little Palm Island Resort is only accessible by boat or seaplane, making this one of the more secluded settings to plan a vacation. Private white-sand beaches, and bungalows surrounded by palms add to that privacy factor.
What to do: Snorkel, fish, scuba dive, sail, and go looking for dolphins on this incredible island.
6. For undeveloped natural beauty, head to The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island, Georgia.
Why stay: St. Simons Island is a private 10,000 acre spot with privately owned guest rooms and cottages known as The Lodge. Those rooms feature wraparound porches with rocking chairs, and outdoor showers that help you be one with nature.
What to do: If strolling along the seven miles of untouched beach isn't enough for you, the island provides "Naturalists," who can give you guided wildlife tours, take you fishing, boating, or bird watching.
7. Experience the beauty of Napa Valley in the comfort of a French-inspired resort at Auberge du Soleil in California.
Why stay: Sun-drenched guest rooms, and embracing the indoor-outdoor California style of architecture make Auberge du Soleil a relaxing and cozy stay. Not to mention their amazing packages, which take care of any planning you'd have to do.
What to do: You can go wine tasting in the valley, or stay at the resort and enjoy the carefully curated selection from Auberge's wine director.
8. For a romantic and rustic getaway, look no further than Twin Farms in Barnard, Vermont.
What to do: There's no reason to leave the property, as they have everything from tennis to snowshoeing to a spa to keep you entertained. They even have murder mystery weekends and writers' workshops.
9. Enjoy the most incredible ocean views at the Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California.
10. Get the best of Hawaii at a luxury resort at Travaasa in Maui.
Why stay: An authentic Hawaii experience in the comfort of an all-inclusive resort? Yes, please! Located in Hana, on the southern tip of Maui, this retreat combines the beauty of the island with luxury experiences.
11. Explore a luxury dude ranch at the Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming.
12. Find total seclusion at Amangiri in Canyon Point, Utah.
Why stay: If you're looking for total seclusion, then booking at this remote resort is where it's at. Their contemporary suites are individualized and hard to choose from, with amenities like a private rooftop terrace, private lap pool, and outdoor dining areas, among other things.
What to do: Since Amangiri is close to a number of protected parks (Zion National Park, the Grand Canyon, and Bryce Canyon) there are plenty of outdoor activities to choose from. Whether it's rafting on the Colorado River, taking a scenic hot air balloon tour, or exploring the desert on horseback, you won't be short of things to do.