Win a Romantic Glamping Adventure in California

Glamping in Cali

The days may be getting shorter, but that only means it’s the perfect time to squeeze in one more outdoor escape before the El Niño brings us some much needed rain. With the help of some awesome partners, oM is making it easy for you to make your great escape. We’ve partnered with Outdoor Project, California Through My Lens, and Bucket List Journey to give away a fabulous fall weekend retreat.

The lucky winner will spend two nights on KOA’s Petaluma campground, where you can enjoy activities from horseshoes and bocce to a rock wall and sky-high bounce pillow—and with private bath, kitchenette, TV, and WiFi, your Deluxe Cabin is anything but roughing it. You’ll still enjoy the pleasures of camping, though. Recchiuti Confections is sending along a bespoke S’Mores kit (think vanilla bean marshmallows and bittersweet chocolate) to add a touch of glam to evenings around the campfire. By day, you’ll learn about the magic of cheese-making at Achadinha Dairy Farm, and by night, you’ll indulge in a decadent meal at Michelin-recommended Sugo Trattoria. Plus, there are countless outdoor adventures around, and The Outdoor Project has the scoop on nearby wonders.

What are you waiting for? Enter today!

Win a Luxurious Cabin + Culinary Retreat in Petaluma

  • Two nights at Deluxe Cabin at KOA’s Petaluma site
  • Bespoke s’mores kit from Recchiuti Confections
  • Tour of Achadinha Dairy Farm
  • $100 voucher for Michelin-starred Sugo Trattoria


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What are the best offbeat adventures around Petaluma? Outdoor Project has you covered:

Bodega Head

Bodega Head

 Novato Hill Climb

Novato Hill Climb
Photo: Brandon Katcher

Armstrong Redwoods State Park
Armstrong Redwood State Park

Photo: Gina Teichert



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