Last Updated May 3, 2022 5/3/2022

20 Best Glamping Rentals in Pennsylvania

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Glamping is a fun way to experience the authentic nature of a place without making yourself uncomfortable or having to pack a lot of gear. There are amazing glamping spots all around the country, especially in places that are filled with natural beauty, such as Pennsylvania. From yurts to luxury tents, treehouses, RVs, cabins, and train cars, you can have a truly unique stay with a glamping rental through Airbnb or Vrbo. Here are some of the best glamping rentals in Pennsylvania for inspiration.

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The Glamper for Two Guests – Columbia
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Cozy up around the fire and enjoy

The Glamper for Two Guests – Columbia

You can enjoy a glamping trip in this vintage 1975 Airstream that has been fully remodeled and is super comfortable. The interior features a full-size bed, bathroom, kitchen, Wi-Fi, and TV. There’s a small dining table inside to enjoy meals. Meanwhile, the outside space around the camper has a fire table, outdoor seating, and outdoor grill setup. This is a fun place to be when you want to do some sightseeing around charming small towns like Lancaster, Gettysburg, and Hershey. Dogs are welcome here for a $100 fee, and the host even provides treats, bowls, and a sofa cover.

Woodland Streamside Glamping - Kane
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What a perfect spot to pitch at tent

Woodland Streamside Glamping - Kane

Up to three people can stay in this glamping tent in the woods and next to a babbling brook. It’s an awesome location for glamping and comes with a queen-size bed, table and stools, lounge furniture, wood stove, and propane heat. The property also has solar battery electricity, a separate bathroom tent, and hot water showers. Parking is available about 100 steps away from the campsite. The location is close enough to town if you want to go out, but also feels remote and secluded.

Magical Treehouse: An Off-Grid Secluded Mountain View - Mehoopany
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Especially stunning during the fall

Magical Treehouse: An Off-Grid Secluded Mountain View - Mehoopany

How about sleeping 30 feet above the ground for your glamping adventure? This Airbnb rental is an off-grid treehouse in a rural, wooded forest. It has a wood-burning stove, battery generator for charging, and composting toilet. There is also a hot water shower available. The treehouse is surrounded by a couple acres of woods. Other perks are the queen-size bed, kitchen, deck, and yard. Dogs are allowed for an extra fee.

Creekside Getaway in the Trees - Tunkhannock
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Such a cool place to hang out

Creekside Getaway in the Trees - Tunkhannock

This treehouse rental is a private, second-floor studio apartment that’s up among the trees. It has a 40-foot deck and overlooks Bowman’s Creek. The rental space for two people is in the mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania, so it has a different vibe here during all four seasons. Guests have access to the backyard, creek, and creek bed when they stay here to enjoy some swimming, tubing, grilling out, and hanging around the fire pit. Some of the best hiking in Pennsylvania is close by for your nature-themed getaway.

Glamping at Airydale - Mill Creek
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Glamping doesn't get much better than this!

Glamping at Airydale - Mill Creek

Glamping is fun at this tent that has a double-size bed, camp stove, basic cookware, and complimentary goodies. It is a canvas tent with a 14-foot by 24-foot deck so you can enjoy the outdoor space in comfort. Firewood is available to enjoy campfires while you’re here, and well-behaved pets are welcome as long as you pay an extra fee. The tent is on a seven-acre, wooded property that you can explore. Guests can also use the small, shared pavilion and fire ring near the site. Up to five people can sleep comfortably inside.

1941 Restored Vintage Caboose with Wi-Fi & Netflix - Lock Haven
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A must-stay for all train lovers

1941 Restored Vintage Caboose with Wi-Fi & Netflix - Lock Haven

Anyone who likes trains should definitely book a train car glamping rental at some point! This glamping rental is a vintage caboose for two people. The caboose is equipped with a toilet, shower, sink, microwave, coffeemaker, linens, TV, and Netflix. Air conditioning and Wi-Fi are also provided. It’s near Interstate-80 and off of Route 220 too. You’ll be at the Bald Eagle Valley Trailhead and enjoy a historic and unique stay you’ll never forget. Make sure to check out the kiosk next to the caboose to learn about its history.

Secluded Cabin in the Woods of Pennsylvania - Centerville
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Festive and fun for a glamping trip

Secluded Cabin in the Woods of Pennsylvania - Centerville

Cabin rentals also provide excellent glamping experiences, such as this listing on Vrbo. It’s a 1,600-square-foot cabin with three bedrooms, four beds, and two baths. In this log cabin, you’ll be on 28 secluded acres of land in northwestern Pennsylvania and among the woods and wildlife. Families like it here because of the kids’ loft, full kitchen, laundry machines, fireplace, and wrap-around deck to look out over the valley and stream. There are lots of hiking opportunities in this area and also Tionesta Lake, Canadohta Lake, and Woodcock Lake nearby. The home comes with a hot tub for guests to use. Pets are welcome here.

Serenity Airstream at Apple Blossom Farm - Orrtanna
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A well-appointed glamping space

Serenity Airstream at Apple Blossom Farm - Orrtanna

Airstream glamping rentals are very popular in Pennsylvania, including this one for two people. It even has a hot tub onsite that you can use for an extra fee. The camper isn’t roughing it at all and is actually more like staying in a boutique hotel. It’s parked on 30 acres of land on a retired apple orchard. The host can provide you with fresh, organic eggs. The camper’s black water holding tank needs to be emptied every two days during your stay.

Hidden Brook Glamping Getaway - Honesdale
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Tucked into the woods for your little getaway

Hidden Brook Glamping Getaway - Honesdale

Enjoy a peaceful and tranquil location in this bell tent that’s out in nature for your Pennsylvania adventure. It comes with access to an outdoor shower and toilet, as well as dishes and a camping stove. For your comfort, there are also fans, electronics chargers, a queen-size memory foam mattress, towels, pillows, and blankets. Parking is located close to the campsite. This glamping option allows pets, up to two dogs for an extra fee per pet.

Yurt at the Farm - South Sterling
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A unique and fun spot among the animals

Yurt at the Farm - South Sterling

Located on a 40-acre working farm with sheep, cows, and chickens, this yurt is available to rent through Airbnb. It’s 20 feet in diameter and decorated simply and elegantly. You’ll be in a peaceful and secluded setting that overlooks a pasture. You can use the wood stove for heat when it’s cool outside. But prospective guests should know that this is an off-grid glamping option with no running water or full electricity. However, there is a solar panel for charging and a lamp. The outdoor kitchen is a great spot to prepare your meals, and there’s a campfire area outside too. Overall, it accommodates four people with a queen-size bed and sofa bed. Pets are welcome here.

Unique Scandinavian Cabin Treehouse at Solvang Inn - Huntingdon
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Feel like you're on an adventure in Norway

Unique Scandinavian Cabin Treehouse at Solvang Inn - Huntingdon

Crafted as a replica of an authentic Stabbur like the ones on Norwegian farms, plan a glamping trip here to embrace the Scandinavian lifestyle. You will be comfortable in this rental property, which has two double beds and an ensuite bathroom. There are also other room options available on this property at the main house. The property is on 80 acres of forests and fields, with a trout stream and hiking trails nearby. You can explore the greater area during your stay and also use the kitchenette and sauna.

Secluded Cabin Nestled in The Beautiful Mahantango Valley - Northumberland County
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Plenty of space to spread out and chill

Secluded Cabin Nestled in The Beautiful Mahantango Valley - Northumberland County

In a space of 425 square feet, here’s a cabin for rent on Vrbo that has one bedroom and one bath for your glamping trip. It is on 10 acres of private woodland with lots of amenities, including a TV, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, kitchen, and queen-size bed. You’ll enjoy the lovely views from the large windows while staying here. The rental property is close to a winery, mountain lookout, amusement resort, and other attractions.

Secluded Off-Grid Yurt with Wood-Fired Hot Tub - Mehoopany
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A cute space designed for two

Secluded Off-Grid Yurt with Wood-Fired Hot Tub - Mehoopany

With this glamping rental, you’ll stay in a unique yurt that’s off-grid in rural Pennsylvania. It has a hot tub and solar chargers to keep your phones charged. Guests use the composting toilet, queen-size bed, and camp cooking basic supplies. The shower stall and hot water for bathing is available between May and October. The yurt is located on 40 acres of land and is on the same property as the host’s main house. Fun things to do when you are glamping in this area include birdwatching at the Wyalusing Rocks, visiting the state parks, wine tasting at local vineyards, canoeing down the Susquehanna River, and checking out antique shops. Dogs are allowed here for an extra fee per dog.

Quaint and Quiet Glamping Tent - Granville Summit
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A lovely and quiet place in the woods

Quaint and Quiet Glamping Tent - Granville Summit

Four guests can stay in this glamping tent on Fairview Farm and near a pond. It’s located in a quiet place in the woods and near the bath house. The host provides guided horseback rides on the farm to help you really get the full farm experience. When you arrive, the tent will be set up for you. You can check out the state park and local wineries when you stay here for a glamping getaway.

Stationary Houseboat on the Allegheny: Oolikhanna - Verona
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How cool would it be to stay here?

Stationary Houseboat on the Allegheny: Oolikhanna - Verona

It’s also possible to go glamping on a boat in Pennsylvania, such as this houseboat for up to four people. This is a 1972 houseboat on the Allegheny River that’s 10.7 miles from downtown Pittsburgh. Your rental here comes with a complimentary kayak, canoe, or paddleboard rental to explore the waterways. The boat is located down a flight of stairs to the dock, so pack lightly. It’s in an active marina that does have some noise to be aware of.

StayCayLikeABoss: A 2-Bedroom Yacht - Philadelphia
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Pure luxury and tranquil waters

StayCayLikeABoss: A 2-Bedroom Yacht - Philadelphia

Another fun boat rental option is this Airbnb listing on Penn’s Landing. It’s situated on the waterfront of Philadelphia and in walking distance of Old City and many historical and cultural attractions. Therefore, it’s easy to glamp here on a sightseeing trip that’s incredibly unique. When you stay on this yacht, you’ll have access to all the marina facilities, which includes bathrooms, a shower, and laundry machines. Each of the two bedrooms have queen-size beds. TV and Wi-Fi are also offered here.

Cabin in the Trees in Historic Jim Thorpe - Jim Thorpe
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Grill out and enjoy the serene scene

Cabin in the Trees in Historic Jim Thorpe - Jim Thorpe

Plan a glamping trip to this 475-square-foot cabin and have one bedroom and one bathroom to yourselves. The cabin sleeps up to three people in a queen-size bed and twin bed. The home also comes with a kitchenette, TV, Wi-Fi, heat, and air conditioning. Guests can use the shared backyard and have easy off-street parking. The backyard has a BBQ grill, table, chairs, and fireplace. However, you should know the cabin is close to the main house. Book this rental cabin for a fun escape that’s close to historic attractions, restaurants, and shops.

The Yurt at Rafferty Manor in Ohiopyle - Ohiopyle
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A historic and rustic yurt experience

The Yurt at Rafferty Manor in Ohiopyle - Ohiopyle

While many yurts have only been built recently, this one dates back to 1920. It is in Ohiopyle State Park and perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and anyone interested in architecture because of the proximity to recreation and Frank Lloyd Wright homes. The yurt sleeps two people and has two single beds. It is equipped with a wood-burner to keep you warm. There’s a separate structure next door with bathrooms and a shower. That “change house” is shared with others and closed off-season. But when it’s closed, you can use the main house to shower.

The Dome Home - Aspers
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Dome homes like this are one in a million

The Dome Home - Aspers

A unique way to go glamping is to stay in a dome home, such as this one in the heart of apple orchards. It’s close to a state park and Gettysburg, and it’s been remodeled to make you feel right at home. Use the fire pit in the backyard, enjoy the sounds of nature on the back deck, and get a good night’s rest in the double bed and bunk bed. Cable TV is not provided, but Wi-Fi is available.

Hot Tub and Private Premium Glamping in RV - Bethel
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Immerse yourself in nature and quiet

Hot Tub and Private Premium Glamping in RV - Bethel

Here’s a 2019 Grand Design travel trailer that you can stay in and enjoy a lovely outdoor space, mountain views, and hot tub. It’s ideal for romantic escapes and family vacations. You’ll be in a 38-foot trailer that is private and has a queen-size bed, smart TV, shower, and toilet. The trailer also comes with Wi-Fi and is in a grass campsite by a peaceful pond. The hot tub is on the back corner deck in a private spot. The host family lives in a house on the property with a variety of animals and kids.

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