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If you’re looking for adventure but don’t want to make yourself uncomfortable or unsafe in the process, glamping rentals are a great option. When you go “fancy camping” in a yurt, treehouse, camper, or luxurious tent, you can really experience nature in an outdoorsy place, such as Virginia. There are lots of options available throughout the state, thanks to the unique listings on Airbnb and Vrbo.
Here are the dreamiest glamping rentals in Virginia right now!
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There are lots of yurt Airbnb rentals available in Virginia, including this one for up to four people. This yurt is on 150 acres and about a 20-minute drive from Interstate 81. It’s a peaceful 24-foot yurt with a full kitchen, bathroom, steam sauna, shower, and comfy places to sleep and hang out. Dogs are welcome here, so bring your pup along. There is Wi-Fi and TV in the yurt. But it’s also easy to get out in nature here because the yurt is surrounded by trails, streams, and natural beauty. Long-term stays are allowed here. It’s a fun place to be to explore the nearby town of Floyd, Virginia too.
You can experience the Blue Ridge Mountains in style when you book this luxury yurt on Airbnb. It’s on a 70-acre farmstead down a quiet country road. Yet you’ll still be close to the Blue Ridge trail, breweries, skiing, wineries, and hiking. The yurt is 30 feet in diameter and spans 720 square feet. Guests staying here have exclusive access to the hot tub and shared access to the pond. The yurt has fast internet and air conditioning. This yurt gets awesome reviews from past guests and is perfect for glamping.
It’s also fun to plan a glamping trip for Virginia Beach, so consider this tent for up to four people. It has a bed, linens, mini-fridge, microwave, heat, and air conditioning for your comfort. You’ll be about two miles from the beach and be able to use the four swimming pools onsite too. The campground also has other shared amenities, including mini-golf, a café, a store, and activities. Pets are allowed here, and there’s free Wi-Fi as well for tent guests.
Adventurous people in Virginia love this glamping treehouse that’s perfect for two people and 400 square feet in size. It is nestled in the pine trees, near a river, and a perfect place to unwind. The interior has a kitchen that’s well-equipped, a loft bedroom, and bathroom. There’s a two-person tub on the deck of this treehouse, which is situated on a five-acre property. It’s about 200 feet from the host’s home, 70 feet from a dead-end road, and 16 feet off the ground. Your stay includes the use of two kayaks and a canoe. When you go glamping here, it’s fun to check out the nearby town of Harrisonburg that’s 8 miles away.
With this 12-foot by 12-foot glamping tent, you’ll get to enjoy a Virginia farm in a nice neighborhood. It’s a canvas tent that’s comfy and spacious, as well as equipped with everything you need to feel at home. There are alpacas and goats living here, and the main house is far enough away to give you privacy. You’ll have a private, outdoor bathroom to use that includes a sink and toilet with compost bag, as well as an outdoor shower. There’s a two-burner stove for outdoor cooking too. Alternatively, there are restaurants within about two miles of the tent.
The Trailside Treehouse is a very popular glamping rental on Airbnb and can sleep up to eight people. It’s right by the river and has trails to explore, that is when you’re not simply feeling the magic up among the trees! This is a dog-friendly treehouse that comes with complimentary bikes, a kitchenette, and a bathroom. Enjoy the host-provided activities inside that will help you reminisce about your childhood and reinvigorate your imagination. It is just minutes off of I-95 and I-64 in central Richmond, so you might hear some traffic noise when you stay here.
You can stay in a renovated 1954 Airstream for your glamping trip and enjoy 142 wooded acres and five miles of trails with this Vrbo booking. The camper is also close to an eight-acre private lake. This is a unique place to stay with its own kitchen, sleeping space for three people, and a small full bathroom. The outdoor space is romantic and relaxing with a fire pit, wood swings, dock, beach area, and kayaks available for guest use. There is Wi-Fi available, and pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis and with a $75 pet fee.
Up to eight people can stay in this Airbnb yurt and enjoy the glamping lifestyle. It is at Stillhouse Farm in a private setting and near a creek and wildlife. The yurt has high-speed Wi-Fi, Roku TV, a patio with an outdoor fireplace, heat, and air conditioning. It’s situated on 59 acres of land, which you can wander around to explore the trails and play in the creek nearby. No neighbors are in sight at this private getaway.
Wolftrap Farm is a 600-acre cattle and horse farm that offers multiple glamping tents on Airbnb. There are actually seven vacation homes on the property to choose from. This particular tent has a queen-size bed, electric lights, and air conditioning. Guests use the bathrooms at the pavilion about 50 yards away. For cooking, there’s a pavilion kitchen with a microwave and a gas grill. It’s best for two people and close to the towns of Monticello, Montpelier, and Charlottesville.
A Vrbo glamping option to consider is this cozy cabin for two people. It’s a log cabin on a 165-acre farm between Roanoke and Lynchburg. This is a great place for couples but not kids or pets. It has a hot tub, rocking chairs on the front porch, and mountain views to spend some time together. Glamping guests will have a kitchen here, as well as a TV, a fireplace, heat, and air conditioning. This is one of the most popular and highly rated Virginia cabins on Vrbo!
A highly recommended yurt option for glamping in Virginia is this Airbnb rental for up to three people. It’s just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the hosts live about two miles away. It has a private setting and features heat, air conditioning, a stocked kitchen, a large bathroom, hot water, and a hot tub on the deck with mountain views. Guests can also use the shared laundry machines near the yurt and in the shed. This is a pet-friendly yurt that also has Wi-Fi and TV with cable. There are fun ziplining opportunities nearby for a little entertainment.
Glamping trips in campers are fun in Virginia, so consider this renovated 1978 Layton, 19-foot camper for your next trip. It is on 25 acres of land and bright and cheerful space with a kitchenette. Known as “Daisy,” this vintage camper is on the same property as a couple of other glamping options, including a converted school bus and a geodesic dome. Enjoy the views from the hammocks here and plan to disconnect from technology, since there is no Wi-Fi on site. The bathroom for guests is a clean port-o-let. A space heater and electric blanket are available for cold nights.
Spanning 600 square feet, here’s a glamping cabin that’s great for couples and available to rent on Vrbo. It is on 65 acres of land with mountain views and near the Appalachian Trail and fishing. You’ll love this modern-rustic cabin that has a king-size bed, bathroom, kitchen, laundry machines, hot tub, internet, TV, and other amenities. The seven-person hot tub is located on the covered deck here.
A fun and unique idea for your next glamping trip is to stay in a real, authentic train car! This is a refurbished railroad caboose with modern amenities near the Blue Ridge Parkway. It has a private bath, kitchenette, two-person Jacuzzi, TV, heat, and air conditioning for your comfort. You can play disc golf onsite and bring your dog along, just as long as you pay the pet fee and follow the rules. This caboose is situated on 27 acres and has multiple cabooses on the property. It’s a good option for two people and has a queen-size bed in the bedroom.
Another way to go glamping is to stay in a real barn for a unique experience. This barn is newly renovated for overnight stays and on four acres of land. It’s minutes from downtown Damascus and less than 1,000 feet from the Virginia Creeper Trail. It offers lovely mountain views and excellent opportunities for hiking and biking nearby. The barn comes with a smart TV, high-speed internet, queen-size bed, full bath, and kitchen. It has multiple decks for outdoor living space. There’s also a two-bedroom cottage on the same property, which is good to know if you have a larger group. The barn itself sleeps four people comfortably, but pets are not allowed.