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12 Super Cool Glamping Rentals in Oregon

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A stunning coastline, impressive mountains, and high deserts — no matter what type of getaway you’re craving, you’ll probably find it in Oregon.

And what’s the best way to experience everything the Beaver State has to offer? Glamping. You’ll be surrounded by beautiful landscapes with easy access to your choice of outdoor recreation, without having to give up your must-have creature comforts.

From the state’s central desert to some of the best beaches the Pacific Northwest has to offer, you can unplug and unwind just about anywhere you want in the state. You can sleep in a yurt, a treehouse, or even a refurbished greenhouse. So if you’re ready to plan your lodging, check out the 12 most unforgettable glamping rentals in Oregon to help you get ready for your next adventure.

1. Historic Vineyard Glamping

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Why you should stay: Unplug and connect with nature in a well-appointed vineyard yurt.

  • Nearest town: Elkton
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $110/night

Nestled in Oregon’s coastal mountains on the Umpqua River sits a historic vineyard with a yurt – a yurt where the first thing you’ll see when stepping outside in the morning is a block of Riesling grapes. What better way to unplug and refresh than with a fine glass of wine around the rustic fire pit, or while listening to the vinyl collection on the yurt’s turntables?

With a full bathroom and comfortable queen bed, this yurt makes you feel at home while ensuring you’ll have fresh air, the sounds of birds (and neighboring tractors,) and gorgeous rural sunsets. Explore the many nearby hiking trails, take a swim in the river, or head over to the vineyard’s tasting room to sample and learn about the grapes grown right outside your front door.

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2. Forested Oasis

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Why you should stay: A restful getaway that feels worlds away but is only a quick 30 minutes from Portland.

  • Nearest town: Banks
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $65/night

It can be difficult to find escapes into nature without sacrificing proximity to a city, but this Forested Oasis does just that. Only a 30-minute drive from Portland International Airport, this whimsical tent offers a tranquil stay to serve as a quick escape from the city, or simply a place to relax and soak in the natural vibes.

Situated at the edge of a wildlife-rich pond, the tent welcomes you to a rural escape. You’ll have an outdoor fire pit and access to an outdoor hot tub, meditation tent, sand volleyball court, and more. But it doesn’t stop there. The host, Ruthanne, thought of everything and provides eye masks, earplugs, a sound machine, and board games to help ensure your stay is a relaxed one. Add to that the tent’s plush queen bed, stocked kitchenette, and access to a shower and toilet via a gravel pathway, and you have the glamping oasis of your dreams.

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3. Cates Cozy Retreat

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Why you should stay: A horse ranch escape with vintage charm and easy access to world-class outdoor recreation.

  • Nearest town: Grants Pass
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $95/night

Retro vibes, modern comforts, and easy access to some of southern Oregon’s greatest outdoor adventures: Cates Cozy Retreat has it all. You’ll start each morning off with a complimentary continental breakfast, but then it’s up to you to decide how to spend the rest of the day. Visit the Gypsy horses that live on the farm, venture off for a rafting trip on the world-class Rogue River, take a wine tour, go fishing, or go hiking. There’s plenty to fill several days.

No matter how you spend your time, a restful and comfortable sleep awaits upon your return. This cozy trailer features two comfortable twin beds, a spacious outdoor patio, a kitchen, and a bathroom with a shower.

“I’m so glad I stayed here! I got to try out a bit of RV glamping but with the perfect amount of authenticity, charm, and thoughtfulness. You aren’t signing up for a cookie cutter Airstream retreat, but instead Melissa feels like a real host, complete with the kinds of muffins and other nostalgic snacks my mom would have packed for me and my friends, plus 2 bottles of wine!”

Rachel, San Francisco, CA
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4. The Bali House

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Why you should stay: A refurbed greenhouse with private trails and a cedar hot tub.

  • Nearest town: Scotts Mills
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $140/night

The Bali House invokes everything you expect from a home named after the exotic island: romance, style, and freedom. Located between Salem and Portland on an organic farm and equestrian facility, the Bali House offers an escape from everyday life. While many glamping rentals in Oregon offer nearby hiking, the Bali House has an extensive network of private hiking trails on the property so you can enjoy nature in solitude. The home is also next to several public trails leading to waterfalls and stunning vistas of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

As a converted greenhouse, The Bali House offers sweeping panoramic views of your surroundings. Luxurious sheets await in the double bed and the private cedar hot tub will likely be perfect for soothing muscle aches from your day’s adventures. The bathroom and kitchenette are located a short walking distance from the house, so be sure to come prepared in case of inclement weather.

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5. Beautiful, Magical Treehouse

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Why you should stay: Wake up in the trees at one of Oregon’s most iconic outdoor destinations.

  • Nearest town: Mt. Hood
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $275/night

Mt. Hood draws travelers from all over the world with its long ski season, scenic lakes, twisting rivers, and stunning hikes. So staying at Mt. Hood is the quintessential Oregon experience for any outdoor enthusiast. And what better way to experience the unofficial outdoor icon of the state than by glamping in a beautiful treehouse?

Suspended between three large fir trees, the treehouse offers a comfortable sleep in the canopy.  After being greeted by the property’s friendly dogs, ascend the spiral staircase into the treehouse to enjoy views of the nearby pond and surrounding forest. The treehouse also has a zip line, swings, a slackline, a basketball court, and more to keep you entertained after you’ve explored the surrounding area.

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6. Panacea at the Canyon

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Why you should stay: An all-inclusive luxury resort in the heart of Central Oregon’s desert.

  • Nearest town: Culver
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $825/night

Nature meets luxury at this eco-conscious and all-inclusive resort and spa where you’re encouraged to just “be.” Located at Smith Rock, one of Oregon’s Seven Natural Wonders, Panacea Resort is surrounded by stunning rock formations and seemingly endless outdoor recreation opportunities. Whether you indulge in a spa treatment or guided meditation or spend your day mountain biking, hiking, and climbing in one of Oregon’s most famous playgrounds, Panacea is the perfect spot for a digital detox.

The resort was designed to be as eco-conscious as possible and used its surroundings as inspiration. It utilizes solar power the region’s 300 days of sunlight to power the entire resort entirely on solar power. Each luxury tent rises off the ground so as not to disrupt the native vegetation and only organic, locally sourced products are used at the resort.

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7. The Yurt on Eagleview

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Why you should stay: A brand-new yurt perfect for when you want both a mountain and ocean escape.

  • Nearest town: Gold Beach
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $176/night

Can’t decide on a mountain or beach escape? Not a problem, as The Yurt on Eagleview has both. Tucked away on a mountainside with 180-degree views of Oregon’s famous Rogue River, you’ll be less than five minutes from the beach. Whether you go hiking, swimming, rafting, or exploring along the coast, the cozy yurt is the ideal home base.

The brand new and fully furnished yurt (complete with a clawfoot tub) offers a spacious and comfortable stay. Enjoy breakfast or wine on the wrap-around deck and keep a lookout for elk, eagles, and more. If you’re up for it, prepare a meal in the full kitchen and save your veggie scraps – the goats on property will love eating them.

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8. Prospector Luxury Tent

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Why you should stay: Sleep in luxury in “Oregon’s Emerald-Jewel Gateway” to Crater Lake National Park.

  • Nearest town: Glide
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $110/night

Inspired by the Oregon prospectors who arrived in the state 150 years ago, the handcrafted wood-and-canvas Prospector Luxury Tent has a king bed with luxury linens to ensure a comfortable sleep. Outside your door is a park-like patio, complete with a fire pit and picnic table to ensure you get an authentic camp feel.

The Prospector Tent is in Idleyld Park, where you’ll have 24-hour access to the bathroom facilities with heated showers. From the park, there’s a short forest path that leads to a shaded swimming hole with a waterfall. Being in a remote area in a National Forest, you also have easy access to hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, and more, including Umpqua Hot Springs. Just be sure to bring your own beach towel and pack out anything you pack in.

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9. The Dunes

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Why you should stay: Tiny home living in a friendly community only a short walk from the beach.

  • Nearest town: Waldport
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $105/night

You can live out your tiny home dreams in this 1975 revamped airstream just a short walk from Oregon’s stunning coast. Modernized with a beachy vibe, this vintage Airstream Overlander is small in size but has all the amenities and comforts of home. The Dunes has a queen-sized bed and twin bed that doubles as a couch, a full bathroom with a tiled shower, a kitchen, and a TV.

Part of what makes tiny home living so appealing is the community it creates. In this tiny home park, you’ll have friendly neighbors renting other nearby tiny homes also enjoying access to the park’s amenities. A common area, lodge, dog park, and greenhouse are all available for your use during your stay.

“Great place to stay when wanting something other than a beach hotel. Very close walk to the beach (not crowded at all), the sheets were very soft and the overall airstream cleanliness was great.”

Josh, Portland, OR
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10. Otter Rock Surf Yurt

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Why you should stay: A comfortable yurt with easy access to one of the best surf spots in the PNW.

  • Nearest town: Otter Rock
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $149/night

With a sandbar that makes the waves break oh-so-perfectly, Otter Rock is a surfer’s paradise no matter your ability level. And Otter Rock Surf Yurt’s close proximity to the beach makes it one of the best glamping rentals in Oregon for your next surf trip in Oregon. The yurt is fully furnished with thoughtful surfing features like a heated outdoor shower and board racks. You’ll just need to bring your own bedding.

When the surf is down, there’s still plenty to do. Lounge on the wrap-around deck with views of the ocean, take a stroll into town for some seafood, or explore one of the many hikes in the area.

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11. The TokinTree

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Why you should stay: A suspended treehouse overlooking a working cannabis farm.

  • Nearest town: Cave Junction
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $160/night

Complimentary cannabis, a tour of the working farm, and comfortable accommodations up in the trees – a night at The TokinTree is truly an experience that you’ll remember. After crossing the suspension bridge, you’ll find a fully equipped treehouse with a kitchenette, full bath with shower, a sofa bed, and a queen bed. The many windows in the treehouse provide ensure you’ll have sweeping views of the farm and surrounding mountains.

Located in Cave Junction, you’ll both get to stay above ground in the trees and go underground as you explore Oregon Caves National Monument. Be sure to check it out after taking a tour of the farm. As the treehouse is on a working cannabis farm, guests must be at least 21 years old to stay.

“…Loved the vibes of this treehouse! Finishings of the “tree house” were awesome and beyond expectations for a “tree house”, nice windows, bathroom, multi level, and gorgeous views. The farm was awesome as well! If you’re the adventurous type, like nature, and enjoy cannabis, this is an awesome experience to have.”

Jonathan, Laguna Niguel, CA
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12. Shipping Container Glamping

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Why you should stay here: Stay in a renovated shipping container near Oregon’s oldest city.

  • Nearest town: Astoria
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $75/night

This is one of the most unique glamping rentals in Oregon.  It’s a shipping container-turned-drive-thru-coffee-shop-turned-glamping retreat, and a cozy one at that. The shipping container’s location on a partially wooded 2.5-acre lot with a meandering creek, outdoor fire pit, and outdoor dining area give you the full camping experience, but the full kitchen, plush queen sofa bed, and breakfast bar provide creature comforts to ensure your stay is a comfortable one.

Only six miles from the historic coastal city of Astoria, you’ll be close to some great museums, hiking trails, coastal activities, and more.

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