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8 Impressive Glamping Spots Near Nashville, Tennessee

by Holly Riddle
Updated September 05, 2021

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Nashville is so much more than Honky Tonk Row. Beyond the neon lights and live music, Nashville is a hub of history, arts and culture. And it’s within easy reach of natural attractions in the great outdoors.

It also boasts an awesome food scene and, of course, you can find plenty of your favorite Tennessee whiskey flowing in just about every watering hole.

Whatever you travel to Nashville to experience, you’re going to need a place to stay. Luckily, if hotels aren’t your thing, you won’t need to give up your creature comforts to stay close to all the action. There are plenty of places to glamp in Nashville for the perfect mix of luxury and low-key, outdoorsy living.

Here are 8 of the best glamping rentals near Nashville for your next above-average getaway.

Related Read: The 12 Best Cabin Rentals in Nashville, Tennessee

1. Ginger Farms Glamping

Ginger Farms Glamping Nashville
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Why you should stay: Everything you like about camping, none of the stuff you don’t.

  • Location: Smyrna
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $99/night

The glamping tents on Ginger Farms include all of the perks of camping — a secluded spot in the woods, s’mores over the campfire, waking up to birdsong, and falling asleep beneath the stars — but without all of the problems.

Say goodbye to sleeping on the ground or worrying about spiders in your sleeping bag, because this place to glamp in Nashville is a stylish safari tent outfitted with a cozy bed and other furnishings to make your stay comfortable. There’s even carpet on the floor to keep your toes nice and toasty.

Outside the spacious tent, you’ll find an eco-friendly bathroom just steps away with a camp-style toilet, shower and sink, and even towels and toiletries.

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Follow ’em: @ginger_farms

2. Tennessee Glamping

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Why you should stay: Call this upscale, geodesic dome home for the night.

  • Location: Altamount
  • Sleeps: Up to 5
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $375/night

Tennessee Glamping offers a series of mountaintop geodesic domes overlooking the rolling Tennessee hills and valleys. Each dome is stylish and totally photo op-worthy. In fact, they’ve even been featured on off-the-grid living television shows.

They’re outfitted with all the little luxuries that make a glamping stay memorable, including Wi-Fi, hot tubs, climate control, outdoor showers and grills, fire bowls,, and comfortable and deck furniture. The domes are scattered around the property, so you won’t feel like you’re sharing too much of your space (or privacy) with your fellow campers.

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Follow ’em: @tennesseeglamping

3. Little House in the Woods

Little House in the Woods Nashville
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Why you should stay: Luxury living at a good price on a tiny footprint.

  • Location: Pegram
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $145/night

Who said your glamping experience required a dome or a tent? You can just as easily enjoy your communion with nature from a tiny home like the Little House in the Woods.

For what this glamping option lacks in size it makes up in style. The bottom floor is split between a living-kitchen area and a bathroom that seems huge for the space. The living area and kitchen are both stylishly decorated with a modern-rustic theme, mixing deep grays, whites, and industrial finishes with exposed wood.

A full kitchen setup with a stove, fridge, and microwave makes for easy cooking during your trip, while a bar and a sectional couch provide ample seating. In the bathroom, the convenience and comfort continue with a huge walk-in shower and stand-alone soaking tub. You’re definitely not roughing it when you stay here.

Note that you’ll need to climb a ladder to the loft for the sleeping area, outfitted with two twin beds and plush carpet. Oh, and there’s no Wi-Fi.

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4. The Greenbrier Beechhouse

The Greenbrier Beechhouse Nashville
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Why you should stay: Roomy treehouse with a huge deck.

  • Location: Greenbrier
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $280/night

If you think all treehouses are small, wait until you see The Greenbrier Beechhouse. Just a half-hour drive from the city, the treehouse features soaring ceilings, expansive living and dining spaces, and a huge deck. And the kitchen is pretty roomy, too – it has a full-size stove, which is something you’ll be hard-pressed to find in most places to glamp in Nashville.

The main treehouse is connected to a secondary treehouse by a swinging bridge, creating two most separate spaces families who need a little space apart here and there during the day. Extra amenities include a fireplace and handicap-accessible shower.

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5. Vintage Trailer on No.9 Farms

Vintage Trailer on No.9 Farms Nashville
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Why you should stay: Step back in time with a stay in a ritzy vintage trailer.

  • Location: Ashland City
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $189/night

If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing the country via your own vintage Airstream or other camper-style trailer, here’s your chance to live that dream — at least for a few nights, while you’re visiting Nashville.

This vintage trailer set on No.9 Farms is exceptionally adorable and lovingly restored and maintained to create an unprecedented camping experience. The trailer’s awning stretches over the huge deck so guests can enjoy the scenery without being exposed to the elements.

If the weather’s nice, make use of the firepit or head out for a river float on the Cumberland. When you return home, you’ll be greeted with gorgeous wood details and vintage-style touches.

An outdoor shower and soaking tub await just a few steps away from the trailer. And even though it’s an outdoor shower, it’s hardly lackluster: the luxurious rain show cascades around the soaking tub, creating a romantic space to spend an evening for two. And when you get hungry, no problem: an outdoor kitchen is just the icing atop the vintage cake. There’s even Wi-Fi so you can look up how to cook all your fav recipes outdoors.

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Follow ’em: @no9farms

6. Tentrr Signature Site on Whooping Crane Farm

Tentrr Signature Site on Whooping Crane Farm Nashville
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Why you should stay: Ultra-convenient location on the water.

  • Location: Nashville
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $113/night

You can’t beat the location of this Tentrr signature site on Whooping Crane Farm. Not only is this place to glamp in Nashville actually in Nashville, but it’s also on the water.

The Cumberland River flows past this historic farm’s 115 acres. It’s part of the Bells Bend neighborhood, sometimes referred to as “Nashville’s green lung.” The outdoor fun is plentiful, thanks to fish ponds and kayak rentals for a reasonable $10. There are a few tents on the property with different sleeping setups, so make sure to message the owner if you want a sleeping configuration not listed on the booking site.

When it’s time to get your fill of the city, though, you’re only 12 miles from downtown Nashville.

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7. Retro Shasta Airflyte

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Why you should stay: Is this a cool place to glamp in Nashville, or a 1960s time machine?

  • Location: Nashville
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $135/night

Break out your tie-dye t-shirt and your miniskirts, ’cause this retro Shasta Airflyte is a blast from the past. The 1961 vintage trailer was restored to it’s heyday look and lovingly christened “Jolene.” Country music fans will appreciate the reference; for everyone else, Google “Jolene by Dolly Parton.” You’re welcome.)

Inside, the teal booth seats, paisley-patterned accents, and black-and-white checkered tile will remind you of your favorite classic diner. For its small size, the Airflyte still offers two beds and a bathroom with a shower. And don’t worry — while it’s retro, it doesn’t leave out the modern amenities you expect while traveling, such as central heat and a/c, bluetooth speakers, and a microwave.

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8. Serenity House

Serenity House Nashville
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Why you should stay: A lux home rental with all the perks of a treehouse.

  • Location: McEwen
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $185/night

Serenity House is a luxury treehouse with a contemporary feel and plenty of space as well as loads of amenities. The white-washed wood walls are a nice break from the wood-on-wood-on-wood, brown-on-brown-on-brown theme in many treehouses, as are the dark finishes and industrial-style accents.

The treehouse’s bottom floor boasts a small dining area, a kitchen, and a larger seating area with a comfortable leather sofa. Climb the ladder to get to the upstairs loft sleeping area, which is more private than you’d think for being a loft. And you get a stylish indoor bathroom, too.

If you decide to leave the treehouse, you’ll find plenty to enjoy on the surrounding farm, from swimming or fishing in the pond to visiting the resident barnyard animals, including some friendly Highland cows. This is a good place to glamp in Nashville if you have a larger group as there are several rentals on the property, all of which are linked to in the Airbnb listing.

The treehouse is a spectacular place to get away from it all, too, with its lack of W-Fi and minimal cell service (there’s not even a TV in the treehouse). Talk about true serenity!

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