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16 Best Glamping Spots in Washington State

Washington State is blessed with bustling cities with famed sites and cuisine, as well as natural wonders within its beautiful state parks, pristine lakes, rivers, and dramatic coast—and camping is one of the prime ways to delve into much of it. If you find it hard to depart from the city and totally embrace the natural surroundings, there’s always glamping. Glamping is now a term officially listed in the dictionary and is quoted as “a form of camping involving accommodation and facilities more luxurious than those associated with traditional camping.” So yeah, Washington’s got that, and these are the most beautiful places to enjoy it.

Sanctuary Among the Trees - Olympia Sanctuary Among the Trees
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Sanctuary Among the Trees - Olympia

The towering treehouse wraps around cedar trees and sits amongst a variety of others, which are coated in a lovely layer of forest moss. The half bathhouses a compostable toilet, and the outdoor shower is constructed of cedar—the top portion has skylights for viewing the trees around the campsite. Coolers are available for food storage and the fire pit is calling your name.

Treehouse in the Columbia River Gorge - Stevenson Treehouse in the Columbia River Gorge
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Treehouse in the Columbia River Gorge - Stevenson

Few places in the world outdo the Columbia River Gorge. Covered in foliage and carved by pristine waters, it feels a bit like heaven. Oversized windows in this treehouse allow guests to fully absorb the surroundings, and one of the trees from the land serves as the structure centerpiece.

Devils Mountain Yurt - Mount Vernon Devils Mountain Yurt
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Devils Mountain Yurt - Mount Vernon

Precious, snug and affordable, the wee little yurt is the place to come for both isolation and proximity to great food and shops. So if you’re wanting a taste of nature and civilization, what are you waiting for? Fishing, kayaking, views of mountains—this romantic abode is a couple’s getaway.

Pampered Wilderness - Millersylvania State Park Pampered Wilderness
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Pampered Wilderness - Millersylvania State Park

Pampered Wilderness in Millersylvania State Park offers access to the lovely Deep Lake while being encapsulated in aromatic firs. Full of nature but simultaneously meticulous, the canvas tents framed by thick rustic wood scream luxury. Of course, outdoor opportunities overflow out here, but nearby is the town of Tenino where campers can spend an evening tasting wine, chocolates and browsing through antiques. If you are searching for a camping experience that is more upscale, this is it.

Cozy Lakefront Cabin with Bonus 'Tree House' - Port Angeles Cozy Lakefront Cabin with Bonus 'Tree House' - A Place to Unwind
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Cozy Lakefront Cabin with Bonus 'Tree House' - Port Angeles

The rustic cabin is scenically sat right on the water. Rugged yet elegant design flows throughout the initial structure. But if you wanted to elevate your Glamping experience in Washington, head down to the treehouse, which is a part of the main listing. A path gently winds down to the precious dwelling, which houses a cozy place to sleep, and awesome views from the deck.

Island Jungalow - Bainbridge Island Island Jungalow
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Island Jungalow - Bainbridge Island

Described as a quasi-primitive cabin, the humble abode is simply accented with wood, string lights and a plush convertible bed. Listen to the rain hit the roof, sip a warm beverage on the front porch, and of course, venture out into the beautiful natural setting. The tiny house is simple in the most pleasant way, and our favorite attribute may be the clawfoot tub which is heated via a roaring fire.

Rustic Luxurious Getaway Cabin - Clear Lake The Perfect Rustic Luxurious Getaway Cabin
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Rustic Luxurious Getaway Cabin - Clear Lake

Does it get any closer to the water than this? The cabin, which is built of reclaimed wood, is wedged right next to a teal-colored pond. Full of fish, and turtles, and other wildlife, just gazing out over the water is a fun and relaxing experience. Two waterfalls are also on the property, one which is right beside the six-person hot tub. Glamping can absolutely be this luxurious.

C+A+V+E - Leavenworth C+A+V+E
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C+A+V+E - Leavenworth

How much majestic-ness can one handle? Your limits will be tested when approaching this actual cave, carved out of the rock in the vicinity of the quaint, Bavarian-inspired area of Leavenworth. Not only have two bedrooms and a bathroom been intricately built into Batman-esque lair, but a hot tub, in a cavern, with a tiny pebble design, awaits for ultimate nights hanging with your love. Even the hosts have a hard time putting this gem into words, so just book it and find out.

Beautiful Mountain Getaway - Leavenworth Beautiful Mountain Getaway - Leavenworth
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Beautiful Mountain Getaway - Leavenworth

While it may be tiny, this little cabin is rugged in all of the right ways. Guests will be completely comfortable and will be surrounded by majestic features. A pond is on-site, and you’ll be located near the famous Leavenworth, Washington. Leavenworth is one of the most jaw-dropping Christmas towns on earth, but its Bavarian theme is appealing all year.

Underground Hygge - Orondo Underground Hygge
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Underground Hygge - Orondo

The underground hygge provides more shelter than a tent, but still holds onto the endearing minimalism of glamping. Funky round windows, doors and sinks, and natural building accents really do mimic a hobbit home from Lord of the Rings. The host ensures the greeting is just as enchanting, as previous guests noted amazing scones and whittling crafts upon their arrival.

Paisley Paradise Yurt - Roy Paisley Paradise Yurt
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Paisley Paradise Yurt - Roy

A yurt is far stronger than typical tents and will block cold wind and other elements while guests enjoy staying deep in the woods. The circular form is unique and beautiful, and a gorgeously tiled bathroom is connected. Soak in the clawfoot tub or perhaps opt for the onsite hot tub.

Thiselle Creek Farmstay - Yacolt Thiselle Creek Farmstay
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Thiselle Creek Farmstay - Yacolt

The naturalistic yurts are located on a farm full of goats and pigs which you can interact with. However, gorgeous hikes and river views are a short distance away. Those who love the outdoors, in general, will truly appreciate this glamping site. An outdoor kitchen, composting toilet, and simple eclectic surroundings make it a special spot to escape to.

Leanto - Olga LEANTO
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Leanto - Olga

Self-described as “basically luxurious”, there could not be a more fitting term for Leanto, in Olga, Washington. Immersed in Moran State Park, guests are enveloped in dreamy scenery of Orcas Island, where you’ll find 30 hiking trails, pristine lakes and zero materialized world interruption—that means little cell service and zip electricity. Canvas tents are tucked within wooded areas and set atop rustic platforms with minimalist furnishings. Flushing toilets and showers are on the property.

The Rolling Huts - Winthrop Rolling Huts
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The Rolling Huts - Winthrop

Contemporary yet rugged, The Rolling Huts in Winthrop look as if a chunk of that trendy loft in the city was plucked out and placed in a meadow surrounded by mountains. Each Methow Valley unit has been designed with glamping in mind, with just enough modern convenience. Six huts are grouped together, (canvas tents are available, too) and normal showers are located in the barn. On the cusp of phenomenal cross country skiing and hiking, this refined establishment mixes the best of both worlds.

Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge - Snohomish Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge
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Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge - Snohomish

Take in mountain peaks and forests from this multi-level luxury cabin. A small kitchenette, a kid’s sleeping loft and plush foam beds are a sampling of the features. Walking up to the treehouse is mesmerizing in itself. To round it all out is a huge soaking tub surrounded by windows and a fireplace.

Lakedale Resort - San Juan Island Lakedale Resort, San Juan Island
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Lakedale Resort - San Juan Island

Lakedale Resort on San Juan Island is a paradise for canoeing, fishing, hiking—all the basics for a weekend outside via three spring-fed lakes and wooded terrain. While well-equipped cabins can be booked, the canvas tents, also referred to as canvas cabins, with wood flooring and comfy beds still offer practicality, in addition to extra nature immersion. Be sure to taste the local wine, along with the lodge breakfast of eggs, signature granola, pancakes and multitudes of other treats to start an adventuresome day.

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