Contrary to what you may have thought, “roughing it” is optional in America’s national parks. If air conditioning and Wi-Fi are essential to your existence, if you prefer a bed under a roof to a sleeping bag in a tent, and if you’d rather eat mountain trout with blueberry butter than burgers and beans, then you should consider staying in a lodge in or just outside the park.
While some parks offer rooms and furnishings that are older than the 99-year-old National Park Service itself, others have accommodations that are as upscale and swanky as any luxury resort. Here are six that are well worth the stay: