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Living the High Life at the U.S.’s First Cannabis Resort

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If vacation is about serious chillaxing and getting away from it all, CannaCamp may be just the ticket for some travelers. The ranch, now accepting reservations, claims to be America’s first “cannabis resort,” where vacationers can toke up without fear—and in plenty of company.

The 170-acre resort in Durango, Colo., comes from the same group that brought the state two “Bud+Breakfasts.” But Cannacamp is altogether more ambitious in scope, with activities ranging from art classes (“Canvas and Cannabis”) to yoga (“Cannabis Yoga”). Meals are specially prepared to go with weed, and there is a concierge on hand to make pairing recommendations.

The resort’s woodsy one-, two- and three-bedroom cabins can accommodate up to 40 guests, and smoking is permitted anywhere but inside the cabins themselves (for safety purposes). Rates begin at $395 per person per night. CannaCamp originally planned to have a three-day minimum stay but dropped the restriction.

The rub? For legal reasons, they say, “a stay at CannaCamp includes everything except the cannabis itself.” But, 4/20 revelers, fear not—that concierge is on hand to connect guests with local dispensaries.

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