When the last time you thought “Hey, let’s go to Michigan for our summer vacay?” If not lately, you should reconsider. Michigan is surrounded by the Great Lakes, which display vibrant hues, and are bordered by picturesque towns that belong in a fairytale book. A glamping vacation in Michigan means kayaking, tasting a variety of masterfully cultivated wines and exploring vast forest foliage. Michigan is the place to get away from it all, and we’ve rounded up a list of the very best glamping spots that provide rustic disconnection, and a touch of glam.

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Rocky Top Farms, Ellsworth Rocky Top tent
Rocky Top tent

Rocky Top Farms, Ellsworth

Rocky Top Farms in Ellsworth, is where lots of tasty cherries are grown. In fact, the farm kitchen whips up killer delicious preserves, and the most famed of all, cherry butter. Old wooden cabins are available for rent, along with yurts, treehouses and a cute little boho tent with a pleasant disconnection from electronics and tech gadgets. Come enjoy this sweeping fruit region and unplug from the world. Guests can also request a wagon tour of the property.

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Wild Cherry Resort, Lake Leelanau Wild Cherry Resort
Wild Cherry Resort

Wild Cherry Resort, Lake Leelanau

Located in Lake Leelanau, Wild Cherry Resort is optimally located near Sleeping Bear National Park, an abundance of adorable fishing towns with shops, bike trails and striking scenery via orchards and vineyards. Roll an RV up to a site, pitch a tent, or find that happy medium between both within the resort’s secluded yurt site. The wooden frame is draped in canvas, while the interior has those eclectic, upscale touches like fine linens and a chandelier—wine, cheese and flowers can be provided daily, per your request and additional fee. The site also has a sunken fire pit, portable toilet/shower and an outdoor dining space.

Paddlers Village, Munising Paddler's Village
Paddler's Village

Paddlers Village, Munising

Paddlers Village at Lake Superior is for “ outdoor enthusiasts on the go”, especially those looking to have a vacation filled with water adventure and hiking. While many accommodation types are offered at the Munising location, the safari tent village is completely endearing and unique. Each canvas structure is set upon a wooden platform, while housing bunk beds and front porch rocking chairs. Cabins and yurts provide something a bit more sturdy if it more suites your comfort levels. Take a look at some of their packages to incorporate kayaking or other water exploration into the trip.

Camp Buttercup, Ann Arbor Camp Buttercup
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Camp Buttercup

Camp Buttercup, Ann Arbor

Close to Ann Arbor, Camp Buttercup houses something a bit more out of the box than the average glamping tent. This beautiful, wooden, UK constructed tiny home sits on the property, featuring an abundance of British touches. No detail has gone neglected, as everything down to the bathroom fixtures reflect the quality of a true shepherds hut. Delicate and inviting, the structure blends well with the landscape and surrounding wildlife.

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Lime Island State Recreation Area, Brimley Lime Island
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Lime Island

Lime Island State Recreation Area, Brimley

Lime Island State Recreation Area has cottages and tent camping set on 932 acres of island, overlooking the St. Marys River. One of the most beloved things to do is watch boats chug by, from your own private dock. Of course, guests have to cast a line with such optimal access to the water. Hiking the surrounding trails that loop the slice of land is a way to both escape and see all the landscape has to offer. As for lodging, you can choose between platform tent camping, or, if you’re feeling really rugged, you can pitch your own tent on a grassy hill. Limited electricity and portable restrooms allow for quite a bit of disconnection and reacquaintance with our beautiful world. Wildlife conservation and even bears aren’t uncommon.

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Mount Bohemia, Mohawk Yurt in the Snow
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Yurt in the Snow

Mount Bohemia, Mohawk

Mount Bohemia offers yurts right on the mountain. When staying in the cozy yurts, skiers can glide right up to the door, for optimal access to the vast terrain on the mountain. The scenery of both water and snow is truly breathtaking, and there’s more to explore within the forests. Go for a hike, set out on a mountain bike adventure in the summer, swim, kayak and enjoy the wide variety of activities available to resort guests. Soak in the hot tub, indulge in wood-fired pizza, after a long day on the slopes. Log cabins are also available.

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Living Heart Yurt, Ann Arbor Living Heart Yurt
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Living Heart Yurt

Living Heart Yurt, Ann Arbor

Living Heart Yurt is dramatically large, with a statement skylight allowing sunshine to peer through during the day, or serving as a portal to stargazing at night. A bathroom with a compost toilet significantly adds to the convenience, further solidifying this Airbnb’s glamping status. Yurts are wonderful alternatives in cooler months, or when camping with little ones. The surrounding land is lush and green with plenty of paths to roam.

The Fields, South Haven The Fields, South Haven
The Fields, South Haven

The Fields, South Haven

The Fields in South Haven are located amongst a blueberry farm. Plush king beds are encapsulated by heavy yet breezy canvas tents, which also stay toasty warm via a wood-burning stove. Every tent has a toilet and shower as well, so this is truly glamping. Awake to a chef-prepared breakfast made with locally sourced ingredients—quiche, grilled bacon, granola and fruit will kick off a day of South Haven adventure right. But the blueberry pancakes, both fluffy and sweet, are the most fitting treat. When in season, be sure to pick fresh, juicy blueberries for straight snacking.

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RGarges Up North Vintage Airstream, Alanson RGarges Up North Vintage Airstream
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RGarges Up North Vintage Airstream

RGarges Up North Vintage Airstream, Alanson

Relocating from Southwest Michigan, this classic airstream has already made a name for itself among the glamping game of Michigan. Now the vintage gem is continuing its Airbnb life in Alanson, where Lake Michigan, ski resorts, restaurants and breweries await. Imagine hitting the snow or water for the day, then snuggling up in the silver time capsule. A quaint chalet is also available for rent on the property. The host has a degree in outdoor recreation, and can certainly provide tips for some seriously awesome adventures.

The Lost Tepee, Saint Ignace The Lost Teepee
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The Lost Teepee

The Lost Tepee, Saint Ignace

Peering over the waters of Saint Ignace, the Lost Tepee has glorious views and incomparable sunset viewing. Inside the Insta-worthy structure are some simple furnishings, like lounge chairs and beds, but what else do you need when the days bring expansive horizon views, and the nights a vibrant sky full of stars?

Tentrr - Superior Serenity, Onota Township Tentrr - Superior Serenity
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Tentrr - Superior Serenity

Tentrr - Superior Serenity, Onota Township

In the Onota Township, a canvas tent along with a simpler pop up can accommodate nine guests by the massive Lake Superior, and it is jaw-dropping. Wake up in the morning to those blue waters, then wander through the enchanting forests. Everything is off the grid, so one can truly rejuvenate.