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Wyoming is filled with wide-open spaces, unique accommodations, and fascinating characters. This makes it a great place to go glamping with an Airbnb rental as you spend time in nature while enjoying many of the comforts of home. Here are our top picks for glamping spots in Wyoming.
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It doesn’t get much more unique than staying in an authentic sheep wagon in Wyoming! One of the most unique Airbnbs in the U.S., this wagon sleeps four people and offers a true western experience. It was originally used on a family ranch between the 1920s and 1970s and has been fully restored since then. It’s one of two wagons available to rent on Airbnb here. The wagon is on a 65,000-acre ranch that you can explore. Popular things to do in the area are mountain biking, fishing, hunting, hiking, and riding ATVs. The wagon is typically available from May to early October. Your hosts here offer a birthday package and a romance package if you’re celebrating something special, as well as guided ranch tours for an additional cost.
One great glamping option is this luxurious tent in Shell for two guests. It is on a permanent platform and has a private deck. The tent has a queen-size bed, electricity, and Wi-Fi. You can use the hot water, toilet, and shower in the nearby shower house. Pets are welcome for a $20 fee per night. This tent is at the Shell Campground and includes linens and blankets but not towels. You’ll be just five miles from the Bighorn National Forest from here and also be at a great stopping point between Mount Rushmore, Devils Tower, and Yellowstone National Park. There’s a general store and café a block away, and guests can use fire pits for cooking and campfires.
Here’s a yurt in Clark, Wyoming that accommodates three guests and allows you to see a different side of the Yellowstone region. It’s on the way to Yellowstone and has friendly llamas, three dogs, and three cats onsite. Wi-Fi is available here, and there’s a private bathroom with a shower and laundry facilities in the main house about 15 yards away. The host provides coffee, tea, and homemade blueberry muffins in the morning. The Sun and Moon yurt has a deck that overlooks the Beartooth Front Range. For your fuel and grocery needs, head to nearby Cody, Wyoming and Red Lodge, Montana.
This is a glamping tent option for up to four guests that is about five miles from Buffalo, Wyoming and on Rock Creek. The tent is on 20 acres of land, and the hosts run a fishing camp in the Bighorn Mountains in the summer. It’s a 14-foot by 16-foot tent under cottonwood trees, and there are about 25 horses on the pasture nearby. It’s a fun place to stay for families with kids, and the tent has a charcoal grill, sun shower, and outhouse. A small tent can be set up outside the larger tent for kids. You’ll feel like you’re out in the country while only being a few minutes from downtown Buffalo. Guests have access to the areas around the tent, driveway, and pasture. Due to the very dry conditions, there are no fires or smoking allowed.
For two guests in the Cody area of Wyoming, consider staying at one of these 10 brand-new camping cabins. When you stay here, you’ll have stream views, a second-story viewing deck, llamas and baby goats onsite, horseshoe pits, basketball court, and coffee and tea in the mornings. This cabin and the other ones at the site are about 35 miles east of the East Gate of Yellowstone and 15 miles west of Cody. Other onsite perks for guests are the fire ring, picnic tables, grills for a small fee, common microwave and fridge, and beer and wine for sale.
For a camper-style glamping experience, consider this cute pop-up camper in Laramie. It’s a 1996 camper parked in the host’s driveway and in the town’s downtown historic district. It’s a great option to try camping without needing to have your own camper or set things up yourself. About a block away is the legendary dive bar, Roughed Up Duck. Guest access is by lockbox. There is no restroom in the pop-up camper. However, there is heat and Wi-Fi inside for guests at this very affordable Airbnb glamping option.
For an off-the-beaten-path glamping experience, consider this canvas-wall tent with pure western hospitality. It isn’t that close to town, but it is a great place to have an adventure and getaway. You’ll be about 16 miles southwest of Cody and 60 miles from Yellowstone National Park. The tent has a queen-size bed and all the supplies you’ll need. There is electricity for charging here, but Wi-Fi and cell service are spotty. The hosts here also offer a log cabin and log porch on Airbnb. You cannot store food or cook in the tent due to bear habitats. The bathroom and shower are just a few feet from the tent in the main house.
Here’s an adorable vintage camper for two guests in the Buffalo area of Wyoming. It has 10 windows and is simple, cozy, and private. From here, you’ll get amazing views of the Bighorn Mountains, Cloud Peak, and Crazy Woman Canyon. There’s a shared shower and bath in the main ranch house. The camper is situated on 50 acres of property and allows dogs with a pet fee. Breakfast is served here with organic ingredients. Stay here to be comfortable while enjoying Wyoming’s wide-open spaces!
Another camper option is this 34-foot camper that can accommodate four guests as your Jackson Hole basecamp. It’s convenient, quiet, and private when you visit the Tetons. The town of Jackson is eight minutes away, and the Snake River is five minutes away. Keep in mind that this Airbnb camper is not meant to drive but rather sits stationary in a private driveway for overnight accommodations. It offers a kitchen, Wi-Fi, heat, air conditioning, and TV.
Another wonderful wagon experience for your overnight glamping trip is this sheepherders wagon where you can experience how early ranchers once lived. It has a comfortable mattress and is six miles from Cody. This is a place to enjoy the beauty and peace of the Southfork Valley. Guests who stay here can use the bathroom and shower in the main house through a separate entrance. Amenities offered are Wi-Fi, heating, and a washer and dryer. Long-term stays of 28 days or more are allowed here.
Here’s an adorable cabin that’s just five minutes from Cody and a great choice for two guests. It is close to Yellowstone and equipped with a mini-fridge, electric tea kettle, coffee, and tea. There is no Wi-Fi here, but there is air conditioning. Your stay includes access to a shared deck, great hiking on the property, and a charcoal grill. The host’s dog, Rooster, lives onsite and is friendly and likely to greet you when you arrive. There are also horses grazing around the property.
In the Casper, Wyoming area, you can go glamping at this rustic treehouse tent that’s close to lovely mountain views with sunrises and sunsets. It’s just minutes from downtown and closed to the airport while also being near a small creek and suspended in the trees. Perfect for solo adventurers and couples, this tent in the trees features hammock-style sleeping. Guests have access to a toilet and sink, while showers are available upon request in a separate living space.