Inside CannaCamp, America's First Marijuana Resort

You can now really relax on your next vacation.

It was only a matter of time: Once marijuana became legal in states like Colorado and Washington, the tourists were bound to flock there. And now you don't have to fly to Amsterdam to experience a weed-fueled vacation.

CannaCamp Cannabis Resort

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CannaCamp (opens in new tab), a 170-acre ranch in Durango, Colorado, is about to become America's first cannabis resort. They're accepting reservations now for their first guests, who will arrive from July 1 to October 31. Legally, they can't give you the weed as soon as you get there, but they'll hook you up with a "concierge" who works with local dispensaries to get you special rates, and even private tours.

CannaCamp Cannabis Resort

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You can go hiking or mountain biking through the wilderness, or stay behind to take classes on cooking with marijuana, weed-fueled yoga sessions, or a very green version of your typical "wine and canvas" art sessions. You can even splurge on a massage using cannabis-infused lotions on your skin.

Gourmet chefs cook up daily "Wake and Bake Breakfasts" and "4:20 Happy Hours" with lots of snacks. (You know, in case you get the munchies.)

CannaCamp Cannabis Resort

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You can't smoke in your cabin for safety reasons, but you'll have acres and acres of spaces to light up, judgment-free. Rates star at $395 per person per night for a two-bedroom cabin, and there's a three-night minimum. Chill.

Megan Friedman is the former managing editor of the Newsroom at Hearst. She's worked at NBC and Time, and is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism.