Escape from the urban jungle at The Utopian—Medina Lake’s first & only glamping resort

Tiny container homes at The Utopian | Photo courtesy of The Attractive Lifestyle

Immerse yourself in the Texas Hill Country this spring at The Utopian, where nature meets tiny home living in an intimate and modern lakeside resort northwest of San Antonio.

Newly debuted near Lake Medina, The Utopian offers you the chance to glamp in the climate-controlled comfort of two futuristic tiny homes, sleekly repurposed from shipping containers.

Kick back and relax amidst the stress-relieving nature surrounding in the woods, or spend a day on the beautiful waters of Medina Lake within easy walking distance, just one mile away.

The Utopian’s Tiny Homes

Two futuristic container homes boast luxurious marble showers and bedside floor-to-ceiling windows designed to immerse glampers in nature without sacrificing comfort.

The grounds also include a boho, covered common space inside a big, inviting tent complete with large skylights, lined with bohemian rugs and cushions, and illuminated at night.

Created and managed by an experienced local host team, The Utopian is now available for reservations. Learn more or book now on Airbnb.

The Utopian Resort at Medina Lake

 

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